Best At-Home Margarita Contest Continues in Mixology Meets Bracketology

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Okay, so you're a great mixologist but nobody much knows that. Now's your chance to shine. Not only will you get recognition, but as part of our Mixology Meets Bracketology competition, you stand a chance to win some cash.

Here's how:

Make your usual delightful margarita at home using Cointreau.

Take a photo of it and send the picture on Instagram to @CointreauUS using the hashtag #artfulathomemargarita.

All photos must include the margarita and a bottle of Cointreau used in the drink. Give it a name and include the recipe. The most artful margarita will win a $100 gift card.

Submissions are accepted through March 11, so get busy. And if you need a closer look at the rules, have at them.

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