Ranch Rider Spirits Releases Canned Margarita, Just In Time For The Summer

Ranch Rider Spirits Margarita Cans

Craving a margarita at home, without the trip to the taqueria or cantina? Making margaritas in the kitchen can be a pretty irritating process. You have to perfectly nail the ratio of tequila, lime, and ice, along with orange (ideally, Cointreau) and salt. Frozen margs require dealing with a messy blender afterward. You have to ask yourself if the juice is truly worth the proverbial squeeze.

Ranch Rider Spirits is the Austin-based booze brand that spearheaded the canned ranch water explosion. They were long ahead of the curve, rolling out authentic ranch water made from real tequila – not lousy malt liquor. They say that imitation is the highest form of flattery and, boy, are there quite a few bush-league copycats and imitators in the ready-to-drink space.

Ranch Rider Spirit Margarita Review

Ranch Rider Spirits just rolled out a new addition to the line-up: Margaritas. Each can of Ranch Rider Spirits Margarita is masterfully blended with reposado tequila, a squeeze of lime and orange, sparkling water, and a little bit of sea salt.

The best part, for the calorie-conscious during beach season: No added sugar.

I got a chance to try it earlier this month. It’s deliciously tangy and tastes remarkably fresh for a canned beverage. It’s saltier than expected, akin to a proper night-out-at-the-taqueria marg.

The sparkling water is particularly enjoyable, giving it a proper zip. Ice these bad boys down to be as cold as possible – They’re quite refreshing when frosty.

Grab Ranch Rider Margarita wherever you get your alcohol, like Whole Foods, Target. You can also snag via Drizly or RanchRiderSpirits.com at 13.99/4-pack.

Brandon Wenerd is BroBible's publisher, writing on this site since 2009. He writes about sports, music, men's fashion, outdoor gear, traveling, skiing, and epic adventures. Based in Los Angeles, he also enjoys interviewing athletes and entertainers. Proud Penn State alum, former New Yorker. Email: brandon@brobible.com