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Cilantro- and Jalapeño-Infused Tequila


Add some spice and freshness to your tequila

“Tequila is totally trending right now, not only because it is a great spirit for summer, but some say its main ingredient, blue agave, has some major health benefits. The spicy kick of jalapeno balances out the bite of the tequila while the cilantro adds a fresh distinct flavor making it the perfect addition to any margarita. We love serving it on the rocks topped with a spiked seltzer, or just plain club soda with a wedge of citrus,” says Trisha Antonsen, chief cocktail officer at Drizly.

This recipe is courtesy of Drizly.

Ingredients

  • 1 jalapeño, seeded and sliced
  • 3/4 Cups cilantro leaves
  • Silver tequila

Jalapeño-Infused Tequila

Jalapeño-infused tequila lends heat, spice and a verdant note to the agave spirit. The two-ingredient recipe is easy to make and it takes very little time. It’s important to note that as with all infusions, the timing is suggested as people have varying tolerances to heat.

To infuse tequila with jalapeños, slice the jalapeño peppers into thin strips and combine the flesh and seeds with tequila in a glass jar for approximately 15 minutes. We recommend you taste as you go until it reaches the desired heat.

The recipe below is for 250ml of tequila. If you’re using the whole bottle (700ml), simply scale it up by using 2 large or 3 medium sized jalapeños. The result is not overly hot but combines a little burn with the vegetal note. When it comes to the choice of tequila, always use 100% blue weber agave and we recommend you buy the best you can afford.


Jalapeño-Infused Tequila

Jalapeño-infused tequila lends heat, spice and a verdant note to the agave spirit. The two-ingredient recipe is easy to make and it takes very little time. It’s important to note that as with all infusions, the timing is suggested as people have varying tolerances to heat.

To infuse tequila with jalapeños, slice the jalapeño peppers into thin strips and combine the flesh and seeds with tequila in a glass jar for approximately 15 minutes. We recommend you taste as you go until it reaches the desired heat.

The recipe below is for 250ml of tequila. If you’re using the whole bottle (700ml), simply scale it up by using 2 large or 3 medium sized jalapeños. The result is not overly hot but combines a little burn with the vegetal note. When it comes to the choice of tequila, always use 100% blue weber agave and we recommend you buy the best you can afford.


Jalapeño-Infused Tequila

Jalapeño-infused tequila lends heat, spice and a verdant note to the agave spirit. The two-ingredient recipe is easy to make and it takes very little time. It’s important to note that as with all infusions, the timing is suggested as people have varying tolerances to heat.

To infuse tequila with jalapeños, slice the jalapeño peppers into thin strips and combine the flesh and seeds with tequila in a glass jar for approximately 15 minutes. We recommend you taste as you go until it reaches the desired heat.

The recipe below is for 250ml of tequila. If you’re using the whole bottle (700ml), simply scale it up by using 2 large or 3 medium sized jalapeños. The result is not overly hot but combines a little burn with the vegetal note. When it comes to the choice of tequila, always use 100% blue weber agave and we recommend you buy the best you can afford.


Jalapeño-Infused Tequila

Jalapeño-infused tequila lends heat, spice and a verdant note to the agave spirit. The two-ingredient recipe is easy to make and it takes very little time. It’s important to note that as with all infusions, the timing is suggested as people have varying tolerances to heat.

To infuse tequila with jalapeños, slice the jalapeño peppers into thin strips and combine the flesh and seeds with tequila in a glass jar for approximately 15 minutes. We recommend you taste as you go until it reaches the desired heat.

The recipe below is for 250ml of tequila. If you’re using the whole bottle (700ml), simply scale it up by using 2 large or 3 medium sized jalapeños. The result is not overly hot but combines a little burn with the vegetal note. When it comes to the choice of tequila, always use 100% blue weber agave and we recommend you buy the best you can afford.


Jalapeño-Infused Tequila

Jalapeño-infused tequila lends heat, spice and a verdant note to the agave spirit. The two-ingredient recipe is easy to make and it takes very little time. It’s important to note that as with all infusions, the timing is suggested as people have varying tolerances to heat.

To infuse tequila with jalapeños, slice the jalapeño peppers into thin strips and combine the flesh and seeds with tequila in a glass jar for approximately 15 minutes. We recommend you taste as you go until it reaches the desired heat.

The recipe below is for 250ml of tequila. If you’re using the whole bottle (700ml), simply scale it up by using 2 large or 3 medium sized jalapeños. The result is not overly hot but combines a little burn with the vegetal note. When it comes to the choice of tequila, always use 100% blue weber agave and we recommend you buy the best you can afford.


Jalapeño-Infused Tequila

Jalapeño-infused tequila lends heat, spice and a verdant note to the agave spirit. The two-ingredient recipe is easy to make and it takes very little time. It’s important to note that as with all infusions, the timing is suggested as people have varying tolerances to heat.

To infuse tequila with jalapeños, slice the jalapeño peppers into thin strips and combine the flesh and seeds with tequila in a glass jar for approximately 15 minutes. We recommend you taste as you go until it reaches the desired heat.

The recipe below is for 250ml of tequila. If you’re using the whole bottle (700ml), simply scale it up by using 2 large or 3 medium sized jalapeños. The result is not overly hot but combines a little burn with the vegetal note. When it comes to the choice of tequila, always use 100% blue weber agave and we recommend you buy the best you can afford.


Jalapeño-Infused Tequila

Jalapeño-infused tequila lends heat, spice and a verdant note to the agave spirit. The two-ingredient recipe is easy to make and it takes very little time. It’s important to note that as with all infusions, the timing is suggested as people have varying tolerances to heat.

To infuse tequila with jalapeños, slice the jalapeño peppers into thin strips and combine the flesh and seeds with tequila in a glass jar for approximately 15 minutes. We recommend you taste as you go until it reaches the desired heat.

The recipe below is for 250ml of tequila. If you’re using the whole bottle (700ml), simply scale it up by using 2 large or 3 medium sized jalapeños. The result is not overly hot but combines a little burn with the vegetal note. When it comes to the choice of tequila, always use 100% blue weber agave and we recommend you buy the best you can afford.


Jalapeño-Infused Tequila

Jalapeño-infused tequila lends heat, spice and a verdant note to the agave spirit. The two-ingredient recipe is easy to make and it takes very little time. It’s important to note that as with all infusions, the timing is suggested as people have varying tolerances to heat.

To infuse tequila with jalapeños, slice the jalapeño peppers into thin strips and combine the flesh and seeds with tequila in a glass jar for approximately 15 minutes. We recommend you taste as you go until it reaches the desired heat.

The recipe below is for 250ml of tequila. If you’re using the whole bottle (700ml), simply scale it up by using 2 large or 3 medium sized jalapeños. The result is not overly hot but combines a little burn with the vegetal note. When it comes to the choice of tequila, always use 100% blue weber agave and we recommend you buy the best you can afford.


Jalapeño-Infused Tequila

Jalapeño-infused tequila lends heat, spice and a verdant note to the agave spirit. The two-ingredient recipe is easy to make and it takes very little time. It’s important to note that as with all infusions, the timing is suggested as people have varying tolerances to heat.

To infuse tequila with jalapeños, slice the jalapeño peppers into thin strips and combine the flesh and seeds with tequila in a glass jar for approximately 15 minutes. We recommend you taste as you go until it reaches the desired heat.

The recipe below is for 250ml of tequila. If you’re using the whole bottle (700ml), simply scale it up by using 2 large or 3 medium sized jalapeños. The result is not overly hot but combines a little burn with the vegetal note. When it comes to the choice of tequila, always use 100% blue weber agave and we recommend you buy the best you can afford.


Jalapeño-Infused Tequila

Jalapeño-infused tequila lends heat, spice and a verdant note to the agave spirit. The two-ingredient recipe is easy to make and it takes very little time. It’s important to note that as with all infusions, the timing is suggested as people have varying tolerances to heat.

To infuse tequila with jalapeños, slice the jalapeño peppers into thin strips and combine the flesh and seeds with tequila in a glass jar for approximately 15 minutes. We recommend you taste as you go until it reaches the desired heat.

The recipe below is for 250ml of tequila. If you’re using the whole bottle (700ml), simply scale it up by using 2 large or 3 medium sized jalapeños. The result is not overly hot but combines a little burn with the vegetal note. When it comes to the choice of tequila, always use 100% blue weber agave and we recommend you buy the best you can afford.


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