Spicy cocktails – drinks with a delicate kick

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Have you ever made spicy cocktails ? most often that means using chili in some kind of way. But don’t be afraid if you’re not into the “hot stuff”. These spicy cocktails have a most delicate kick, that I’m sure will suit your taste buds in the best and must joyful way.

My guess is that you’ve heard of the cocktail margarita, and most likely the naked & famous cocktail too. In this post you’ll find both, and more! served in the most delicious ways, and with a little prickling spicy kick on the thounge.

Below I have provided three wonderful spicy cocktails that you really must give a try, especially if you like a little spice in your life – in the good way.

So why not kick things up a little ? try to make yourself one of these lovely treats, I’m very confident you’ll find them all, very delicious and tasty.

Cheers, enjoy and happy mixing!


Spicy cocktails – recipes

Spicy cocktails - spicy grino

Spicy gringo

50 ml Tequila blanco jalapeno infused
20 ml Midori melon liqueur
20 ml Fresh organic lime juice
15 ml Agave syrup
Dash coriander bitters

Method: Shake with ice and fine strain into a chilled glass with ice
Garnish: Sprig of mint, lime peel and jalapeno slices on a cocktail pick

Spicy cocktails - naked & famous

Naked & famous

25 ml Mezcal
25 ml Yellow chartreuse
25 ml Chili infused aperol
25 ml Fresh organic lime juice
Pinch smoked salt

Method: Shake with ice and fine strain into a chilled glass
Garnish: Dehydrated orange and chili

Spicy cocktails - spicy pineapple margarita

Spicy pineapple margarita

40 ml Tequila blanco
20 ml Fresh organic lime juice
20 ml Cointreau
20 ml Pineapple & jalapeno cordial homemade
Dash margarita bitters

Method: Shake with ice and fine strain into a chilled glass with ice
Garnish: Dehydrated pineapple, lime peel and a pineapple lollipop

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White lady and gin fizz – drinks using egg white

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White lady and gin fizz are delicious classic cocktails you should try if you haven’t, here I have made five modern variations that I think you will love.

White lady and gin fizz are both popular and well known IBA official cocktails. Both using egg whites, which sits on top of the cocktail like a silky smooth and fluffy cloud.

Tip! if you dont like egg whites in your cocktails, you can leave them out. Vegan ? substitute with alternate like aquafaba. I prefer to use egg whites from fresh organic eggs, but pasteurised egg whites works just as well.

Cheers & enjoy!


Gin fizz IBA official
  • 4.5 cl Gin
  • 3 cl fresh lemon juice
  • 1 cl simple syrup
  • Splash of soda water

White lady IBA official
  • 4 cl gin
  • 3 cl Triple Sec
  • 2 cl lemon juice

White lady and gin fizz – recipes

White lady and gin fizz - Rhubarb fizz

Rhubarb fizz

40 ml Gin
20 ml Fresh organic lemon juice
20 ml Homemade garden rhubarb syrup
10 ml Aperol
Egg white organic
Sparkling water – homemade

Method: First shake hard without ice (without sparkling water). Then shake with ice until chilled and fine strain into a chilled glass. Top with a splash of sparkling water
Garnish: Edible gold dust and garden rhubarb

White lady and gin fizz - Blue lady

Blue lady

60 ml Gin butterfly pea flower infused
22.5 ml Cointreau
22.5 ml Fresh organic lemon juice
10 ml Blue curacao
Egg white organic

Method: First shake hard without ice. Then shake with ice until chilled and fine strain into a chilled glass
Garnish: Dehydrated lemon and small blue flowers

White lady and gin fizz - Bberry fizz

Bberry fizz

50 ml Gin
25 ml Fresh organic lemon juice
20 ml Currant liqueur
Blueberries
Egg white
Sparkling water – homemade

Method: Muddle blueberries and shake all ingredients hard without ice (except sparkling water). Then shake with ice until chilled and fine strain into a chilled glass. Top gently with a splash of sparkling water
Garnish: Sprig of mint and freeze dried blueberries

White lady and gin fizz - Floral lady

Floral lady

60 ml Gin butterfly pea flower infused
30 ml Fresh organic lemon juice
20 ml Creme de violette
Dash lavender bitters
Egg white organic

Method: First shake hard without ice. Then shake with ice until chilled and fine strain into a chilled glass
Garnish: Small blue flowers

White lady and gin fizz - Red lady

Red lady

50 ml Gin
25 ml Fresh organic lemon juice
10 ml Yellow chartreuse
10 ml Grenadine
10 ml Raspberry syrup
Egg white organic

Method: First shake hard without ice. Then shake with ice until chilled and fine strain into a chilled glass
Garnish: Dehydrated lemon and freeze dried raspberries

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Coffee cocktails – drinks for coffee lovers

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Need to kick things up a little ? I’m sure these coffee cocktails will do the trick.

Coffee cocktails is much more than the classic Irish coffee or espresso martini, which I think must be the most well known coffee cocktails, but they also are for a reason, its really deilicious cocktails.

I want to show that there is much more to sipping coffee in drinks than making the classics, and therefore I have made four drinks with coffee which shows you can go in many different directions using coffee to kick up your sips with a little caffeine.

If you like me, love a good coffee and also cocktails. Then I’m sure you’ll love these cocktails with the use of coffee.

Cheers & enjoy!


Recipes

Coffee cocktails - Mocca marg

Mocca marg

40 ml Tequila reposado
25 ml Fresh organic lime juice
15 ml Cointreau
15 ml Coffee liqueur – floated
10 ml Agave syrup
Dash margarita bitters

Method: Shake with ice & fine strain into a chilled glass with ice. Float coffee liqueur
Garnish: Lime peel

Coffee cocktails - Moccarum

Moccarum

35 ml Spiced rum
25 ml Espresso freshly brewed
15 ml Coffee liqueur
10 ml Falernum

Method: Shake with crushed ice & pour into a chilled glass, top with more crushed ice
Garnish: Coffee lollipop, dehydrated pineapple & mint

Coffee cocktails - Whicked tikissert

Whicked tikissert

50 ml Whiskey
30 ml Fresh organic lemon juice
10 ml Espresso liqueur
10 ml Banana liqueur
10 ml Licor43 coffee infused
Dash chocolate bitters

Method: Shake with crushed ice & pour into a chilled glass, top with more crushed ice
Garnish: Coffee lollipop, coffee beans, lemon peel and a glass straw

Coffee cocktails - Mocca fix

Mocca fix

30 ml Whisky
20 ml Coffee infused campari
15 ml Espresso liqueur
15 ml Tiramisu liqueur
10 ml Aperol
Dash chocolate bitters

Method: Stir over ice & strain into a chilled glass
Garnish: Orange dust, dehydrated orange & coffee beans

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Blue cocktails – vibrant blue-autiful drinks

Blue cocktails

Azulero


Azul piscina


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Blue cocktails are fun vibrant and eye catching. These funky and often fruity cocktails are a perfect way to get your summer blues started.

I love experimenting with the visuals, to make eye catching cocktails, and blue cocktails are some of my favorites. They always seem to draw peoples attention, make them curious and has a “wow” effect.

If you want to make mesmerizing blue cocktails, a good way to start is to aquire a bottle of curacao blue, this will turn your cocktail into a beautiful blue serve, and works perfectly well as a substitute for cointreau or orange liqueur in your tropical and fruity blue drinks, to make them sparkle like the deep blue salty sea water.

In this post I want to display two vibrant, fun and delicious blue cocktails I have made, which I served “slushed ice style”. Both are perfect cocktails to enjoy on the pation in the summer, or just when you want a ice cold, delicious and fruity sip. Try them out – you won’t regret it.

Do you have any favorite, funky, fun and fruity blue sips you want to share with me ? tell me about it in the comments below.

Cheers & enjoy !


Blue cocktails – recipes

Blue cocktails - azulero

Azulero

30 ml Tequila blanco
30 ml Agave gin
30 ml Fresh organic lime juice
15 ml Falernum
15 ml Curacao blue
Dash orange bitters

Method: Blend all ingredients with ice to slush ice consistency & pour into a chilled glass
Garnish: Dehydrated orange, lime peel & glass straw

Blue cocktails - azul piscina

Azul piscina

40 ml Tequila blanco
20 ml Fresh organic lime juice
20 ml Cointreau
10 ml Curacao blue
10 ml Agave syrup
Dash margarita bitters

Method: Blend all ingredients with ice to slush ice consistency & pour into a chilled glass
Garnish: Dehydrated orange, lime peel & mint

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Kombucha cocktails – bubbly tea drinks

Kombucha Cocktails

Buyacha hibi

Kombucha cocktails - Buyacha hibi
Kombucha cocktails - Bucharita

Bucharita

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Kombucha cocktails

Kombucha works particular well with sour cocktails like a margarita. Use kombucha to serve a highball, long drinks or even a collins styled serve, which I made in the kombucha cocktail recipes you’ll find below.

Kombucha or kombucha tea is a fermented, tart and refreshing, sweetened black or green tea. The tea is usually fermented for a period of 10 to 14 days at room temperature, and is known and commonly consumed for the health benefits, and typically contains under half the content of sugar, known to be used in regular soft drinks like soda water.

Many kombucha’s are often added with flavourings in form of fruits, spices or other flavourings to enchance the taste experience. Added flavourings to enhance the taste, is also used in the two kombucha’s I have used to make the cocktails which I have displayed in this post.

Just like beer, brewing your own kombucha at home, is increasing it’s popularity all over the world. The kombucha’s I’ve used for the kombucha cocktails, also started as a home brewing project, which later on grew into a company, that now produces commercially for consumers to buy.

If you have made cocktails using kombucha, I would like to hear about your thoughts and experinces in the comments below.


Kombucha cocktails

Kombucha cocktails - Buyacha hibi

Buyacha hibi

45 ml Gin
20 ml Fresh organic lemon juice
12.5 ml Hibiscus syrup
1 bsp Elderflower liqueur
Kombucha (Hibiscus, elderflower and rosehib)

Method: Shake with ice (except kombucha) fine strain into a chilled glass with ice. Top with kombucha
Garnish: Lemon peel and rosemary

Kombucha cocktails - Bucharita

Bucharita

60 ml Tequila blanco
15 ml Cointreau
15 ml Lime cordial
Kombucha (Orange, chili, ginger and elderflower)

Method: Shake with ice (except kombucha) fine strain into a chilled glass with ice. Top with kombucha
Garnish: Chili & ginger

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Cosmopolitan – how to make a beautiful cosmo cocktail

Cosmopolitan


1934 Cosmo

1934
Cosmo

Cosmo


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Cosmopolitan

Also known as a “cosmo”. A cocktail I believe gained a massive popularity boost from the Sex & the city series and must have been one of the most popular cocktails world wide, at the time the show was live. The more well known version of a cosmopolitan (cosmo) uses a mix of vodka, cointreau, lime and cranberry and is a IBA official contempoary classic. There are many variations and opinions on how a cosmopolitan should be served, but one thing almost all of them have in common, is the mix of flavours.

Did you know there is a much older version of a cosmopolitan that utilises gin ?

1934

The regular cosmo is broadly know to be a modern cocktail creation, however there is a cosmo recipe also called “Cosmopolitan daisy” which shows in the book “Pioneers of mixing at elite bars 1903-1933” that was published in 1934.

Below you’ll find my take on both versions of a cosmopolitan cocktail. Hope you take the time to create and try both of these recipes. I did make both, and im not in doubt which one is my favourite. The 1934 Cosmopolitan is my preferred serve of a “cosmo”.

If you do, try both versions, then I would love to hear your oppinions about them, in the comments below.

1934 Cosmopolitan

1934


1934 Cosmopolitan

60 ml Gin
25 ml Fresh organic lemon juice
15 ml Raspberry syrup
10 ml Cointreau
Dash orange bitters

Method: Shake with ice and fine strain into a chilled glass
Garnish: Orange peel and a cosmo lollipop

Cosmopolitan

Cosmo


Cosmo

30 ml Vodka
30 ml Cointreau or triple sec
40 ml Cranberry juice homemade
10 ml Fresh organic lime juice
Dash orange and mandarin bitters

Method: Shake with ice (except cranberry juice) and fine strain into a chilled glass. Float with cranberry juice
Garnish: Dehydrated orange

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