SipMARGS is an authentic margarita made with real tequila. They come in four different flavors Classic, Coconut, Mango, and Mezcal. Each can has 130 calories and is bottled at 5% ABV. All four flavors are offered in 4-packs, which are priced at $11.99; variety 8-packs cost $19.99, and the Classic Sparkling Margarita is available in a bag-in-a-box style for $29.99.
Classic: With bright, vibrant citrus flavor, sipMARGS Classic sparkling margarita is equally tart and sweet with a taste reminiscent of your favorite margarita cocktail.
Coconut: Cool and light with unmistakable coconut essence, sipMARGS Coconut margarita is mildly sweet and refreshing with big tropical flavor.
Mango: The sweet, fruity taste of luscious mangoes are front and center with sipMARGS Mango margarita. Bold, juicy and effervescent.
Mezcal: sipMARGS Mezcal margarita brings the taste of Mexico’s traditional agave spirit to a uniquely refreshing cocktail. A hint of smokiness, herbal notes and a touch of sweetness create a distinctively delicious flavor.
For more information on the sparkling margaritas, head over to the official website.
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