Your infused spirits will last a long time as long as you store them in a cool dark space, but more than likely you’ll drink the all before they have time to go bad. Pour back in as much of the reserved spirit as you can fit into the bottle (make a drink with the remainder; don’t let it go to waste). Secondly, if you have a jalapeño plant of your own that is producing more peppers than you know what to do with, they can easily be frozen and saved for sauces and dishes all winter long. If you don’t have your own jalapeño plant this summer, grab some fresh ones from the farmers market; grocery store jalapeños seem to be of undetermined age and just bland. First, start with some good but affordable spirits, such as vodka and tequila. You HAVE to try the Jalapeno Wine, take a taste, but then ask to try it in a bloody mary. You can also use peppers with higher levels of heat, such as serranos or habaneros. Kevin and I always stock up on these when we drive home from California, since Washington’s taxes on alcohol are so high. Got it. I like to use my jalapeño infused vodka in my famous Bloody Mary Shrimp Cocktail, and I love the infused tequila in a Bloody Maria, which is so much more flavorful than a classic Bloody Mary. This expert level spicy drink (extra in both its prep and power) combines the punchy agave infusion with another hot spirit, green chile vodka, along with sweet pineapple juice and demerara syrup, biting cilantro tincture, and herbal green Chartreuse. Your email address will not be published. It is AWESOME.”. Or you can just stick to your rosé. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. I harvested a large amount of jalapeño peppers from my garden this week. How good is that? One review on TripAdvisor is fully feeling Galena’s jalapeño wine: “Between my wife and I we sampled 20 wines. There are so many uses for fresh jalapeños such as salsa, pickled, poppers, and of course cocktails. How chic. Add it to your bloody mary along with some bacon vodka. Looking for something with a little more zing, a little more spice? Once you make your own pepper spirits, you will never want to buy store bought again. They have a Merlot that is new this year (they did one about 10 years ago). Hot Sauce Gin is exactly what it sounds like and is also a think you can buy with your human dollars. Pour out about ½ a cup of the spirit (and reserve) and then slide the slivers of peppers into the bottles. Pour the liquid back into the clean bottle and use for your favorite spicy cocktail. The Jalapeño Liqueur is described in just three words in the product description: “Light. Oh, you sweet child (who is actual an adult of age to drink alcohol). You want rosé that’s also cider? © 2020 Shaun Myrick, LLC All rights reserved. I don’t use high-end spirits here since we are adding the infused flavor. After straining the infusion, the color of the vodka in this case is a bright beautiful yellow green color, and it has a very spicy aroma! What don’t you do with jalapeño liqueur. There’s also jalapeño-infused wine for those who don’t feel like mixing a cocktail. However, if you’re more into savory than sweet, their jalapeño-flavored liqueur will be right up your spicy, spicy alley. Done. Required fields are marked *. Refined.” Let’s unpack that, shall we. Sign up for my newsletter to get free design tips and invites to our in-studio events. Place the top back on the bottle and store in a dark cool space for up to a week. Did you like this article? Think of all the time wasted. Strain the entire bottle through a sieve (a coffee filter or cheesecloth is good to use to keep the spirit clear. Finally, we come to “refined.” How posh.
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