The Pop Rockarita was made famous by Cocina 214, I was definitely slightly skeptical of the Pop Rock margarita combination at first. I guess Pop Rocks and tequila were two things I hadn’t ever thought to put together. This drink uses Pop Rocks mixed in with the tequila, as well as to coat the rim of the glass. So if your not a fan of that candy you may want to sit this one out! After it’s all said and done I have to admit it sounds cool and can be an interesting way to switch it up from the usual salt rim. You may even turn a couple heads while your at it.
Glass: No standard glass
Method: shake and strain
Ingredients: 1 packet Pop Rocks, Agave syrup, 1 1/2 oz tequila, 1 oz Grand Marnier, 3/4 oz chilled sweet and sour mix, 2 oz cranberry juice chilled, 1 oz diluted lime juice.