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Outside it's still freezing, but happy hour is about to get HOT.
Looks innocuous enough, but that vodka's been steeping with horseradish and black pepper for weeks. Recipe here.
A gin martini, spiked with Thai basil and jalapeño, accentuated by a chili-sugar rim. Recipe here.
Kin Shop in NYC serves this clever twist on a Manhattan. To make it, the exotic blend of spices that flavor traditional massaman curry are instead steeped into a simple syrup. Recipe here.
The classic bourbon and ginger beer combination gets revived with the addition of ginger liqueur. Recipe here.
Essentially a caipirinha — a Brazilian cocktail made with cachaça, or sugar cane rum— spiked with muddled chili peppers. Recipe here.
Grapefruit and vodka, known as a greyhound, becomes the dalmatian (get it?) with the addition of black pepper syrup. Recipe here.
Maybe the pineapple-rum combination is a little too tropical for March. On the other hand, if you close your eyes and turn the heat up in your apartment, you can maybe pretend you're on a beach vacation! Recipe here.
While you're waiting for grilling season — seriously, are we there yet?! — you can sear the tomatoes in a cast-iron skillet or on a grill pan instead. This mezcal cocktail takes a little more work, but the result is so unique and worth it. Recipe here.
Tequila and pineapple and plenty of heat. Recipe here.
Bloody Marys are inherently spicy, but this is next level, with a Sriracha salt rim and chili-infused vodka. Recipe here.
The "master cleanse" involved drinking only a mixture of lemon juice, cayenne pepper, and maple syrup for days at time, and it sounds insane and awful. Adding bourbon to the mixture and drinking it at happy hour, though? I can get behind that. Recipe here.
Whiskey, jalapeño, agave, and blood orange juice. Also, A+ name. Recipe here.
To really shake up your morning routine. Recipe here.
Essentially it's a jalapeño margarita with blood orange juice. But saying, "I'll take another spicy baby" is much more fun. Recipe here.
Habaneros, tangerines, and tequila. Who knew? Recipe here.
A simple mix of pineapple, lime, tequila, and...green chartreuse!? Chances are you don't have any of that lying around. But, if you invest in a bottle (recommended), you'll be all set to make this as your go-to nightcap come summer. Recipe here.
Between the ginger beer, Sriracha, and chili, this vodka-based cocktail means business. Recipe here.
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