Margarita Machine Selections Give Margarita Makers More Choices
Published On: Tuesday, October 7, 2008
Just as you can find a blender in a variety of styles, shapes, and suiting a range of various budgets, margarita makers also offer something for
everyone. Every day there are more and more choices for those who would like to own a margarita machine.
Why would someone want to own a margarita machine? Thatís easy. For people who entertain,
this is the perfect solution for providing tasty alcoholic beverages. If you enjoy drinking margaritas often, owning a machine greatly cuts down on your
costs. A margarita at a restaurant can easily cost $8 a pop, and renting a commercial margarita machine can easily cost $150 a night. Buying a commercial
margarita machine costs thousands of dollars and can make five to eight gallons of drinks Ė much more than one person would really need, even to have a
gathering at home.
The least inexpensive home margarita machine is the Margarator. It generally costs
$80 - $100 and is very simple to use. It doesnít always make drinks of perfect consistency, but it blends margaritas much better than most traditional
blenders and can make up to a gallon of drinks. Another popular option is the Cuisinart Smooth Maker, which can range from $80 - $150. It can make up to 56
ounces of drinks and has a dispensing spout on the front. You can use this to make margaritas, smoothies, protein shakes, and more.
Another step up is the Margaritaville Margarita Machines. With various models ranging from $200 - $400, these machines are made specifically for frozen
drinks, and produced by a company well known for its perfect margaritas. Its parts are a bit sturdier than the Margaratorís and it is known to produce more
Margaritaville actually has a new product out called the Tahiti Frozen Concoctionô Maker DM3000, which runs at about $600. However, itís a pretty incredible
device; it has a very strong motor and three separate, 24-ounce drink jars. You fill the top of the device with ice, pour your chosen ingredients into the
jars, and press the button labeled for the drink you want. Your choices include smoothie, mojito, margarita, daiquiri, colada and mudslide. You can also
choose the thickness of the drinks, and they come out with no ice chunks and are not watery. This is as close as you can get to a professional, commercial
margarita machine without paying the price for one!
With all these different products available, you have a large amount of margarita makers to choose from. One factor to take into consideration is how often
you think you will use the machine. If you entertain frequently and will be giving the machine heavy use, you may want to invest in a more sturdy machine
that is higher quality so it lasts longer and will not need to be replaced often, if at all. Alternatively, if you would like a home margarita maker but
donít think you will be using it too frequently, it may be wiser to buy a cheaper model.
Whatever model you choose to buy, you will certainly be saving money as compared to renting a margarita machine, which can cost the amount in one night that
it would cost to buy margarita maker that is yours forever!
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