SlimRitas is made with fresh juices and a combination of natural zero calorie sweeteners. We eliminated the entire diet aftertaste by combining just the right sweeteners in just the right amounts. All this generates an authentic Tex-Mex margarita under 100 total calories. SlimRitas never uses citrus flavorings, high fructose corn syrup or Splenda.
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Hands down, the best ready-to-drink margarita on the market today!
When Javier Martinez sent us samples of his JLP Tequila ready-to-drink margarita in a can, we really weren’t sure what to expect. Before I learned about sipping tequilas, I was a margarita girl. I’ve tried every ready-mixed margarita I could find. I’ve had drinks with overwhelming amounts of sugar that led to a hungover feeling (completely messed-up blood sugar levels) after just one. I’ve had others where you could swear there wasn’t a hint of tequila in them. Others were so salty I needed Midol for the water retention. And still others, that claimed to be “Light” or “Sugar-Free”, were so disgusting I couldn’t even drink them after the first sip.
When I needed a margarita mix to add to my Diva Tequila Cupcakes in the Tequila Aficionado Test Kitchen, I had about 10 untried mixes in the refrigerator and could have just picked any one of them, but I knew I wanted these cupcakes to be perfect and the JLP Margarita wouldn’t let me down. It may have added a touch more tequila to the recipe but everybody loved them!
In closing, let me say that I have issues with sugar (Reactive Hypoglycemia), so taste-testing margaritas and margarita mixes can be particularly treacherous for me. Luckily, I felt no insulin response to the JLP Margarita so although I don’t have nutrition information for it, I believe that any sugar in it is below my usual threshold of about 10 grams. (No guarantees though.)
All in all, this is a great ready-to-drink margarita that I recommend highly. In fact, I recommend it so highly that I’m nominating it for the 2014 Brands of Promise Awards.