Soho House’s iconic Picante is partly responsible for this trend – a fresh, zingy cocktail that makes a splash thanks to the addition of crushed chili – yum!
Understandably, not everyone likes going to a members-only club to cool off, so we’ve put together a list of 10 spicy drink recipes that are easy enough to make right in your own home.
From Bloody Maria to pungent Cayenne Paloma, bookmark these mouthwatering drinks for those times when you’re looking for some serious heat, even as summer approaches. * Chirp *
Spicy mango margarita
Heatwave in a glass, this spicy mango marg is the perfect balance of fruit + a little ‘something’ to bring sunshine into your living room. Using fresh mango, Triple Sec, lime juice and a special serving of jalapeño to finish it all off, it’s a fruity glass of joy that is sure to bring smiles to the faces of all your guests. . Brb, off to add fresh mango to our Tesco repeat order list…
If you’re looking for a delicious brunch, look to the humble Paloma to satisfy your craving for alcohol + hydration in one meal. Perfect for a midday meal thanks to its citrusy, grapefruit flavor, it makes a delicious accompaniment with a stack of savory pancakes or French toast. This *spicy* version has something hot with the Tajn rim (chili seasoning, salt and dehydrated lime juice, FYI) that ensures your day starts off with a bang!
Spicy Cucumber Cooler
Want a drink like one of your 5 every day? Look no further than the cucumber cooler. This refreshing and fun tequila-based cocktail is made with cucumber, jalapeño peppers (a cocktail without a hint of spice in 2022?), agave, and mint before being blended, filtered, and served on Partially rich rock. Be careful though, this classic hot weather is so dreamy, you might forget it’s alcoholic…
Introducing the hottest wine trend of 2022: Jalapeño Rosé. A strong glass of wine on a warm day makes all the difference, so imagine our delight when TikTok’s latest trend involves a delicious glass of Rosé + our favorite spicy side dish I. Just pour yourself a glass of your favorite rosé, add some ice cubes and a few slices of jalapeño peppers and boom, you’ve got yourself a refreshingly spicy sweet, a must-try for those wine lovers far and wide.
Spicy Marg Mocktail
For those hangover days, times when you need a detox, or for those who aren’t immersed in the world of alcohol, you shouldn’t miss this summer’s spicy drink trend with this Jalapeño-infused margarita mocktail- because Who doesn’t love a salty rim? With the same delicious flavor as a regular marg, this alcohol-free version is a Sunday night toast before a new week.
Another use for your favorite Tajin condiment, this Bloody Maria comes in equally delicious, equal portions that can leave you feeling ripples in your weekend deep-fried. For another tequila-based cocktail, add some pre-made Bloody Mary mix and a generous portion of ice before pouring into your most aesthetically pleasing glass. Garnish with some lemon, olive, cucumber and young pickles on a brunch cocktail bar at home cafe and voila, your Sunday morning has just been upgraded.
Habanero Ginger Beergarita
Not a tequila girl? We’ve got you. This beergarita is a beach girl’s dream, adding a refreshing twist to the usual margarita by topping it with a cool bottle of Corona with the classic rim seasoning we know and love. Perfect served at upcoming summer BBQ parties or to impress the girls before your Saturday night, this favorite tastes as good as it looks. Tequila lovers, grab your coupe glass and prepare to be transformed!
Whiskey lovers rejoice, a popular drink is still on your list with this pungent antiquity, perfect for the coming fall. Made with whiskey, agave syrup, fire water and umami bitterness and finished with orange peel, this traditional whiskey cocktail is a sweet taste of warmth from start to finish. With little dilution and no appreciable mixer, this is a powerful mixer, so be careful when trying it too early or too late…
Spicy Cayenne Paloma
Blood oranges – along with jalapeños and tequila – have certainly had their moment in the beverage world, and this spicy Paloma gives them another chance to shine in a vibrant pink drink that’s sure to come in handy. will be at the top of your to-do list. Reheated with a generous serving of cayenne powder to add to that *hunted spice* we love so much, it’s then complemented by citrus grapefruit, lime and lime for a great summer drink that’s delicious. Your friends will ask for the recipe.
Smoked Negroni Sour Rosemary
Another variety to mark as the cool weather gradually arrives, the Negroni Sour is a classic Italian cocktail with a twist, including Campari, Sweet Vermouth, Gin, rosemary syrup, lemonade, a some orange juice and egg whites. Smoked rosemary makes it perfect for fall, adding a subtle touch of warmth, like sitting by a smoldering fire with a good book. Damn it!