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Heat of Passion Cocktail

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For the drink

  • 2 Ounces Don Julio Reposado
  • 3/4 Ounces habanero-infused orange blossom honey syrup
  • 1/2 Ounce fresh passion fruit purée
  • 1/2 Ounce fresh lime juice

For the infusion

  • 16 Ounces orange honey blossom
  • 8 Ounces hot water
  • 3 habenero peppers


For the drink

Combine Tequila Don Julio Reposado, habanero-infused orange blossom honey syrup, fresh passion fruit purée, and fresh lemon juice into cocktail shaker with ice. Shake well and strain over ice into a rocks glass.

Garnish with a pineapple leaf and serve over ice.

For the infusion

Place all ingredients into a sauce pan and macerate the peppers. Stir and let sit for 5 minutes. Taste to achieve your desired spice level and then strain.

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25 Romantic Cocktails Perfect For Setting The Mood On Valentine’s Day

While a glass of sparkling wine has been known to bring on the romance, these cocktails are pretty and poised to spark some passion on Valentine’s Day.

Olive Me Loves Olive You

Olive Me Loves Olive You at Whitestone Restaurant in Dana Point, California.

At Whitestone Restaurant in Dana Point, California, named after Grammy Award-winning artist John Legend’s hit song “All of Me”, Whitestone’s Olive Me Loves Olive You cocktail is a playful approach to the classic Cosmo with olive oil-washed gin, blood orange shrub, and fresh-pressed cranberry juice. Much like its musical namesake, this cocktail is smooth, sultry, and sure to set the mood this Valentine’s Day. “Ladies love their Cosmos. However, our take on this classic is a great introduction to gin. The olive oil-washing process balances out the juniper, adding an almost-savory, velvety mouthfeel while house made blood orange shrub brings a vibrancy that takes the place of triple sec. The finishing touch adds a bit of bling, with a shimmering gold-dusted dehydrated blood orange,” said beverage consultant Emily Delicce.

Passion at Ivy Lane in New York City.

At Ivy Lane in New York City, the drink features Pimm's, KC Whiskey, raspberry, rhubarb, ginger, lime, and soda. "A seasonally appropriate play on a Pimm’s cup paired with a sherry cask aged whiskey and raspberries that provide the drink with a luscious and rich flavor perfect for A Valentine’s day cocktail,” said head bartender Wilmer Nolasco.

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Available on Valentine’s Day at Parker’s Tavern bar at University Arms hotel in Cambridge (UK), the Aperol Sour has been specially created by the expert team at Parker’s Tavern for Valentine’s Day using local gin, Cambridge Gin and Italy’s favorite aperitif, Aperol – giving it a pretty pink hue. The bitterness of the lemon juice is perfectly balanced by a flavorsome handmade strawberry and rosemary cordial, creating a delicious and indulgent tipple for the day of love. “At Parker’s Tavern we wanted to create a well balanced Valentine’s Day cocktail, with a slightly pink color to stay on theme… The Aperol Sour is a winning combination of sweet and sour – which perfectly complements our indulgent bar snack menu and promises to satisfy all tastes. My favorite part of this cocktail is the rosemary garnish, which adds an earthy, herby tone,” said Sebastian Bouza, bar manager.

The Grande Dame

The Grande Dame at Nicky’s Coal Fired in Nashville.

At Nicky’s Coal Fired in Nashville, this cocktail is served straight up with apple brandy, dry curacao and lemon. Sprinkled with cinnamon and nutmeg, The Grande Dame pulls together the crisp apple flavor with the tarte lemon to create a refreshingly intense drink to accompany your evening of love.

Dream Car from Nashville's Butchertown Hall.

If you're looking for an instagram-worthy cocktail this Valentine's Day, the Dream Car from Nashville's Butchertown Hall has the look of love. This hot pink cocktail is crafted with fresh-pressed lime, prickly pear and a house-made rosemary soda, over a base of Vida Mezcal - a Oaxacan favorite adored for its smoky agave, dried fruit and vanilla flavor profiles.

Le Spritz from Nashville's Liberty Common.

If you'd rather be in Paris sipping bubbly this Valentine's Day, Nashville's Liberty Common has the next best thing for you. This Parisian-meets-Southern café offers "Société du Spritz" - a menu dedicated entirely to spritz cocktails, with more than ten options to choose from. Opt for the Le Spritz, a signature combination of Lillet and Pét-Nat that pairs perfectly with oysters for a strong aphrodisiac.

P.S. Ti Amo from Pittsburgh's DiAnoia's Eatery.

Cozy up with your honey at famed Pittsburgh favorite DiAnoia's Eatery and enjoy the P.S. Ti Amo. Mixed with Demerara Syrup, cinnamon plum herbal tea and Grappa from local Pittsburgh distillery Kingfly Spirits, this cocktail makes for a perfect night cap. Ordinarily used with espresso for a Cafe Correcto, the pillowy, rich raisin notes of the Grappa mixed with the spicy-sweet aroma of the plum tea are sure to add an unexpected spice to your evening. “You should always end your night feeling loved, and a little Grappa never hurt,” said Heather Perkins, general manager at DiAnoia's Eatery

Strawberry Cobbler Martini

Strawberry Cobbler Martini at STK Steakhouse.

STK Steakhouse has a martini perfect for Valentine’s Day, made with Belvedere vodka fresh muddled strawberries (a known aphrodisiac) and a graham cracker crust rim. STK’s Strawberry Cobbler Martini is sure to delight and help get couples in the V-Day spirit. “We know all too well how important it is to set the right mood. That is why our Strawberry Cobbler Martini is sure to delight your bae this Valentine’s Day – not to mention its loaded with fresh strawberries to really help ignite the fire and passion!” said Jake Sanderson, bartender at STK.

Strawberry Hibiscus Caipirinha

Strawberry Hibiscus Caipirinha at Fogo de Chao.

At Fogo de Chão locations nationwide, inspired by the flavors of Brazil, Fogo’s popular Strawberry Hibiscus Caipirinha is a seasonal take on the national cocktail of Brazil. Featuring Silver Cachaça, house-made hibiscus syrup, muddled strawberries and lime, the Strawberry Hibiscus Caipirinha is sure to ignite some Brazilian inspired passion. “All of our featured cocktails are designed to capture the spirit of Brazil, showcasing seasonal fruits – like strawberries – and ingredients that are popular in Brazil and on-trend in the United States – like hibiscus. Our Strawberry Hibiscus Caipirinha is hand-crafted with Brazilian tradition in mind using the freshest ingredients and cachaça – Brazilian style rum,” said Neri Giachini, head gaucho chef.

Hibiscus Cosmopolitan

Hibiscus Cosmopolitan at Sullivan's Steakhouse

Sullivan’s Steakhouse has a romantic twist on the classic Cosmopolitan with the addition of fresh hibiscus. The Hibiscus Cosmopolitan is made with premium Ketel One Vodka, St. Germain, hibiscus, cranberry and lime juice. “We all know that flowers are the staple gift for Valentine’s Day, so why not mix things up this year by treating that special someone to one of our signature Hibiscus Martinis? This fruity and floral twist makes it a sweet and boozy treat, perfect for Galentine’s Day gatherings or romantic V-day Dinners for two,” said Karl Benko, lead mixologist for Sullivan’s Steakhouse.

I’m Not Prickly

I’m Not Prickly at Bar Hugo in New York City,

At Bar Hugo in New York City, the I’m Not Prickly is a deliciously fruity cocktail crafted specifically for those looking for love this Valentine’s Day. The cocktail is a wink back to warmer times, and summer romances with its tropical flavors and hints of citrus. “What inspired me to create this drink was that I wanted a drink with exotic ingredients like the Prickly Pear paired with the color of a bright red representing love. The result was more of a light pink but I think the color is still perfect for Valentine’s Day,” said Kevin Montano, bar manager and mixologist.

Burning History Cocktail

Burning History Cocktail at Zuma.

Zuma’s Burning History cocktail is the perfect fiery cocktail to ignite all of the love and passion in your life this year. “Made with a complex combination of smoky and citrus, this cocktail is a twist on the Penicillin libation, with honey, yuzu and egg whites that lend sweet, frothy notes while smoke from wood fire seasons the glass, making for a layered sip. Made with Nikka Coffey Grain Whiskey (not as smoky as the Penicillin’s Scotch), the cocktail’s smoky flavors come from the Macallan barrel stave being heated with a blowtorch causing the smoke to be trapped in an inverted snifter. This cocktail will be sure to fill your romantic evening with “a hunk, a hunk a burning love,” said James Shearer, global beverage director for Zuma (locations around world including New York, Boston, and Miami).

La Diabla at Cantina Rooftop in New York City.

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Cupid's Kiss

Cupid's Kiss at Kilkea Castle's pub The Keep and restaurant The Bistro in Ireland.

At Kilkea Castle's pub The Keep and restaurant The Bistro in Ireland, a vodka-based cocktail served on the rocks that blends blood orange liqueur with fresh squeezed orange juice, topped with a splash of Sprite and lemon juice. The cocktail is chopped berries and a sprinkle of white chocolate for garnish. “Kilkea Castle offers the Cupid's Kiss all year round as it is a tasty and refreshing cocktail. The beautiful red is the optimum color for Valentine's, whether it be for a morning brunch or evening apero. It is slightly bubbly, thanks to a dash of lemon juice and Sprite, and goes well with everything from eggs and salads to hors d'oeuvres and sweets,” said Andrew Fairbrother, Kilkea Castle bartender.

Smoked Chocolate Old Fashioned

Smoked Chocolate Old Fashioned at Qespi Bar at the JW Marriott El Convento Cusco.

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At Qespi Bar at the JW Marriott El Convento Cusco, chocolate, a delicious ingredient known to many as aphrodisiac for its ability to stimulate the sense of excitement and well-being thanks to a chemical known as Phenythlimine, is the ideal additive for a cocktail to spice things up this Valentine’s Day. The Smoked Chocolate Old Fashioned features chocolate from the nearby Quillabamban, Bourbon, Vermouth Rosso, vanilla bitters, and citrus bitters. "The cocktail itself takes 10 minutes to prepare and watching the elements expertly come together is an amazing experience that guests love to watch,” said Fredy Poccori, head mixologist at Qespi."This cocktail is an experience for the senses!"

Love Potion For Two

Love Potion For Two at Post 390 in Boston.

At Post 390 in Boston, served in a round vessel and filled to the rim with crushed ice, the hot pink Love Potion cocktail is a drink for two, just in time for Valentine’s Day. It is made with rum, falernum, grilled blood orange, tiki bitters, and garnished with exotic dried fruits, a mint sprig, and two straws for sharing. “The Love Potion is the perfect cocktail for sweethearts to share on Valentine’s Day. It is a perfect mix of flavors that give a sense of escape. The Falernum is a syrup that is popular in the Caribbean and includes flavors like ginger, almond, cloves and citrus. It gives it an Island feel,” said Jason Percival, bar manager of Post 390.

Dream in Roses

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Fantasy Suite Martini

Fantasy Suite Martini at The Graystone Tavern in Chicago.

At The Graystone Tavern in Chicago, paying homage to the nation’s favorite dating and relationship television series, The Graystone Tavern’s seductive Fantasy Suite Martini pairs the soft vanilla tasting notes of Wheatley Vodka with the sweet flavors of Mozart White Chocolate, strawberry cream, white Crème de Cacao, and strawberry, creating a delicious medley that’s perfect for a romantic, rose-filled date night this Valentine’s Day. “I wanted our guests to enjoy our Bachelor viewing parties by creating a fun and delicious cocktail that represented the iconic Fantasy Suite, which also ties perfectly into a sweet cocktail for couples on Valentine’s Day. Wheatley Vodka is always my first choice, as it has a great flavor profile to build from,” said Sam Stone, beverage director.

Sweetheart Margarita

Sweetheart Margarita at the AC Hotel in the National Harbor.

At the AC Hotel in the National Harbor, a riff on a classic margarita made with Sauza tequila, Chambord, fresh lime juice, agave, orange juice and garnished with raspberries. "It's the perfect pairing of sweet and sour. The Chambord's exotic raspberry black currant and vanilla flavors are a wonderful compliment to the tequila. It's a great starter cocktail on your romantic date because it's so fresh and light,” said mixologist Michael Enguy.

Rosé Margarita

Rosé Margarita at Central Taco & Tequila in Westmont, New Jersey.

At Central Taco & Tequila in Westmont, New Jersey, this cocktail is made with Espolon Blanco, fresh lime, Marques de Riscal Rosé, garnished with a sprig of rosemary. "What says Valentine's Day more than a pink margarita? We handcrafted our Margarita of the Month to get that romantic color without sacrificing taste by mixing our house tequila (Espolon), with fresh-squeezed lime juice and a Spanish rosé wine that is bursting with notes of strawberry and raspberry without giving you over-the-top sweetness. And finally, it's not topped with roses but instead a fragrant sprig of rosemary,” said Jake Karley, director of purchasing & planning at PJW Restaurant Group.

The French Kiss

The French Kiss at One Door North in San Diego.

At One Door North in San Diego, this refreshingly sweet cocktail is a romantic spin on an old classic. “The French 75 is a classic cocktail but we added a little romance to ours in celebration of Valentine’s Day by sweetening it up a bit with muddled raspberries and topping it with Prosecco rather than the typical champagne,” said James Anderson, general manager at One Door North.

Sling Rosé at Le Blanc Spa Resort Cancun.

Le Blanc Spa Resort Cancun.

“Thinking of the vivid moments we spend together in perfect harmony,” is how mixologist Christian Guerrero was inspired to create this beautiful cocktail comprised of coriander sprouts, gin, lime juice, sparks of Bulgarian rose, and a hint of champagne, available at CAVO BAR at Le Blanc Spa Resort Cancun.

Biles Fizz at Hotel Barrière Le Majestic in Cannes, France.

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At Hotel Barrière Le Majestic in Cannes, France, this vibrant pink drink gets its gorgeous color from a surprising ingredient—beetroot! Infused with beetroot water, London dry gin with notes of pepper and juniper are softened and spirits of Campari and Cachaça, adding sweetness and even richer color. With a pink sugar rim, no cocktail could taste (or look) better on Valentine’s Day! Head bartender, Emanuele Balestra said: “I find [beetroot] to be very attractive for its bright, festive color and even more for its distinctive flavor…it added just the right hint of sweetness and originality.”

By the Fire

By the Fire at Uvae Kitchen and Wine Bar in Chicago.

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At Uvae Kitchen and Wine Bar in Chicago, a complex, well-balanced blend of New Grove dark rum, herbaceous Vecchio Amaro Del Capo and nutty Oloroso sherry, rounded out with Brovo Jammy Sweet Vermouth. "Valentine’s Day is all about romance and nothing embodies that more than the nuanced feeling conveyed with By the Fire comfort, joy and sensuality. The richness, spice and elegance of this cocktail really shine and will surely ignite a flurry of sparks for whomever enjoys it,” said owner and sommelier Lindsey Anderson.

Love Potion #7

Love Potion #7 at Bobby’s Garage Bar at Bobby Hotel in Nashville.

At Bobby’s Garage Bar at Bobby Hotel in Nashville, Love potion #7 is part of a special menu for Bobby’s Garage Bar Valentine’s Day pop-up, Bleeding Hearts. The cocktail consists of turmeric honey, blended with beet juice and Botanist gin. Citrus and celery bitters are added to round out this sweet and earthy cocktail.

Beat-the-Heat Passion Fruit Punch

This delicious Passion Fruit Punch was a new experience for me. You see, I’d never even seen a passion fruit before it was introduced to me by my Australian blogging friend, Vanessa. I met Vanessa in October 2012 at Bloggy Boot Camp Las Vegas and although I’m 25+ years older than her, we just clicked. You can read (and see) all about Vanessa in the following posts:

Plus, you can catch up with Vanessa at her own blog, The Teensy, Tiny Insignificant Details. BTW – I love the title of Vanessa’s blog because it always makes me think that life isn’t defined by those broad sweeping moments, like births, deaths, weddings, divorces, etc. (although they are significant and important), but by the teensy, tiny insignificant details that make up every day life and, in hindsight, become important and memorable as the years pass.

I first saw a passion fruit up close when we (Vanessa and I) bought one in my local grocery store in order to make her Pavlova. It’s an important ingredient and I wasn’t sure we could find one. Because, even though passion fruit does grow in Southern California, it doesn’t seem to have permeated the Southern California food culture, so isn’t something readily available. I think we just lucked out and that an angel was sitting on Vanessa’s shoulder making it possible for Vanessa to recreate her fabulous dessert for her new American friends.

In any case, as luck would have it, a few months after Vanessa’s visit to our country, I invited my good friend, Sita, and her husband, Carl, over to teach me to cook Sita’s Curry Chicken and her Calypso Rice. I’ve known Sita for over 30 years and many years ago, she gave me her recipe for Curry Chicken, but I lost it in the fire. So, I asked if she would come over and share her recipes and we’d have a little impromptu dinner party, to boot, including one of her sons, Curtis, and his wife, Shana.

Really, it’s a little deceptive on my part (really a diabolical conspiracy on my part): I invite my friends over and ask them to cook one of their recipes, I photograph it for the blog and then I get to eat it! Without doing any of the work! Genius on my part, don’t you think? . I’ve done it a couple of other times and you can read those posts here:

And, by the way, I plan to continue to do this: invite friends over, have them cook for me and eat all their food! .

Seriously, I call this my “Teach Me to Cook” series on my blog and I decided it would be a fun way to incorporate different recipes on my site. Vanessa was the first in the series and this Passion Fruit Punch recipe is the most current in the series.

But, a little disclaimer about this recipe: Carl has a passion fruit tree in his yard. So, he harvests lots and lots of passion fruit. He cuts them open, squeezes out the pulp and the juice and freezes it until he uses it. And, Carl was gracious enough to bring a bag of his frozen pulp over to make his punch. But, he doesn’t remember exactly how many passion fruit were it that particular bag! So, he’s guessing it was 20 passion fruit (they’re small).

The other thing I want to ‘fess up is that this punch was made last October. Yup, October 2013. He made it at the same time that Sita made Curry Chicken and Calypso Rice. But, the photos were so pretty with the sunshine colors of spring and summer, that I wanted to hold off on releasing the punch until spring or summer.

So, I decided to wait no more. This week I was releasing this recipe to the universe.

And, as the conscientious food blogger that I am, I decided I’d buy passion fruit and recreate it so that I could give readers the exact amount. So, I went to the store where Vanessa and I bought passion fruit last July. And, guess what? No passion fruit! The produce guy at the store told me they weren’t in season!

I went to another store to finish shopping (I sometimes grocery shop at 4 different stores – I have my favorite things at each one and each one doesn’t carry what the other one carries) and lo’ and behold, they had passion fruit! But, guess what? They cost $2.00 a piece. Yes, $2.00 a piece! I guess they really aren’t “in season” right now and while I love my readership, I don’t love you all enough to spend $40.00 on passion fruit to recreate a recipe that I’ve already photographed.

  • I’m not giving you a “printable” recipe, because I don’t have the exact measurements (my April Fool’s joke to you!).
  • Unless you can find a passion fruit source with more reasonable prices, wait until passion fruit is “in season” in your area to make this punch.

Because, I think everyone should try this punch at least once. Because, it’s pretty darn delicious! A definite citrusy flavor almost like orange juice, it’s a wonderful change of pace from packaged flavored punches or bottled ones. Plus, because you make it with the actual fruit, you aren’t getting any of those nasty additives that are in packaged and bottled punches (necessary for shelf life, stability and all that).

Here’s what you do:

  1. Line a large bowl or pot with cheesecloth. Squeeze the passion fruit juice and pulp over the cheesecloth (in this case, Carl poured his frozen pulp from the freezer bag into a bowl and let it defrost on the counter while we cooked the rest of the meal. So, in the photo above, Carl is pouring the passion fruit pulp and juice from a bowl).
  2. Lifting the corners of the cheesecloth, squeeze the passion fruit juice through the cheese cloth.
  3. Then, use a fine mesh sieve over another bowl and pour the seeds and pulp into the sieve. Massage the pulp in the sieve to release all the juice.
  4. A close-up of what passion fruit juice and pulp looks like before straining through cheesecloth and fine-mesh sieve.
  5. Pour the passion fruit juice back through the sieve one more time to make sure that all the seeds are captured.
  6. Pour the strained passion fruit juice into a pitcher.

Then add water. Carl added a ratio of 3 to 1: three parts water to one part passion fruit juice. Next, add sugar. I think Carl added about a cup of sugar, but start with a half cup, stir and taste and add more as needed. Finish by adding ice cubes to the pitcher.

Not only is it delicious and refreshing, but it’s so pretty!

So, after this woefully unsuccessful trip to the grocery store to buy passion fruit so that I could make Passion Fruit Punch again, I’ve decided that Charlie and I need to plant a couple of passion fruit trees so that I’ll have an unlimited supply – just like Carl .

P.S. Yes, the sunflowers in the picture are real – gorgeous aren’t they?

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You may know this already – so this is not to point out the obvious. In the ethnic (i.e. spanish/latin) sections of your freezer coolers a few Brands (Goya, Sembrador, Ibarra) offer unadulterated (minus the seeds) Passion Fruit Pulp. It goes by the name “Maracuya” and cost between $1.50-$2 per flat bag (this make roughly 48oz of lovely tangy tart juice). I recommend a blend of Maracuya/Pineapple or Maracuya/Strawberry.
Cheers, JE
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I did not know this! I’ll look for this in the grocery store. And, thanks, Jerry, for sharing with me and others who visit my blog. Good information!

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I’m Carole, wife to Charlie (25+ years), mom to a boy named Coco, writer, storyteller, home chef, and recipe developer, budding photographer, occasional crafter who loves family and friends, parties and tablescapes, and all things blog. Join me as I COOK , CREATE , INSPIRE .

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Don&rsquot face another sweltering day without one of these summer cocktails in in hand. From old favorites (ice-cold daiquiris) to new discoveries (a tomato cocktail that doesn&rsquot involve horseradish or 10 things on a skewer), we&rsquove got you quenched. Want something light and not-too-sweet? Maybe a tangy paloma is for you. Feeling a slushy? Do we have a granita recipe for you! How about something to go with that killer picnic food spread you put together? Throw together a pitcher or two of your favorite sangria recipe &mdash red, white, or somewhere in between.

Whether you're sipping your drinks poolside, seaside, or next to the air conditioner, these cocktails &mdash fruity, sweet, and spicy &mdash will keep you cool all summer long. Cheers!


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    Passion fruit lemonade, a luscious way to beat the summer heat

    It's scary when your weather app starts showing 36 degree Celsius temperature on a sunny day in February. What scares more is the fact that you still have two months left to endure the summer heat. Filling ice trays would become a regular exercise. Every time you go out, you will feel pulled towards a nearby ice cream parlor or juice shop.

    Why not try some cool summer drinks at home and save some bucks this time? Grab a pitcher and try out this simple passion fruit lemonade recipe to beat a sunny yellow day with a yellow drink.

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    This cocktail wins me over every time! I love mezcal and Moscow Mules so when Brandon created this cocktail for me one night, it was love at first sip. It&rsquos smoky and slightly sweet with a nice spice from the ginger beer and cayenne. Everyone that we&rsquove shared this cocktail with has really enjoyed it, even those who think they don&rsquot like mezcal!

    If you&rsquove never tried mezcal, you might wonder what it tastes like. It&rsquos a Mexican spirit that is in the same family as tequila, but oh so different in taste. It&rsquos complex and smoky with a slight sweetness. Sipping mezcal on its own is impressive. Mixing it into a beautifully balanced cocktail is the way to enjoy it, in my opinion.

    Swapping the vodka for mezcal in this variation of a Moscow Mule results in a surprisingly delicious cocktail where the rich smokiness of the mezcal balances the ginger and passion fruit so nicely while allowing the spice from the cayenne to really tantalize the taste buds and have them begging for more. It makes for a fantastic sip!

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    The drink that led to both the Negroni and the Americano. Pause and enjoy its simplicity before progressing.

    Created at Milan's Caffè Camparino in the 1860's, the Milano-Torino is named after its original ingredients: Campari is from Milan (Milano in Italian) and sweet vermouth traditionally comes from Turin (Torino in Italian). It is said that later soda water was added to the Milano-Torino to create the Americano. The Milano-Torino also morphed into the Negroni with gin added.


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