How to Make a Frozen Watermelon Margarita


Few things are as quintessentially summery as watermelon: Swollen to perfect ripeness in July and August, crisp, juicy, and cool to the tongue, it makes for an unbeatable post-beach snack or a lawn-chair dessert. Yet watermelon’s place in the cocktail canon is almost nonexistent; when it does appear, it tends to be in the undesirable form of a flavored vodka. The reason is the fruit’s high water content—about 92 percent—which throws off the dilution ratios bartenders like to work with, disrupting the balance and concentration of flavors.

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