Spicy Fifty Cocktail - Just Shake or Stir
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Spicy Fifty Cocktail Recipe

Spicy Fifty Cocktail

Recipe by Salvatore Calabrese - The Maestro
5 from 1 vote
Spicy Fifty Cocktail Recipe is one of the best cocktail recipes created by the Maestro Salvatore Calabrese. The Maestro created this cocktail in 2005 and became a popular modern classic.
The combination of sweet, citrus and spice notes is wonderful and a cocktail you should make or try one day for sure. You can adjust the spice level by adding extra chilli slices. However, the recipe has a perfect balance, so start with this first and adjust after.

Ingredients
 
 

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Equipment

  • Shaker
  • Muddler
  • Strainer
  • Fine Seave
  • Jigger
  • Martini Glass

How to Make 

  • Muddle the chilli in base of shaker
  • Add the rest ingredients, ice and shake
  • Double strain into shilled Martini glass
  • Garnish with red chilli on the rim
Prep Time5 mins
Servings1 cocktail
StyleAperitif
FlavourSpicy / Sweet & Sour
STRENGHT Medium
CALORIES aprox. 182kcal

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One Comment

  • Ann

    5 stars
    This cocktail ticks all the boxes for me! Floral, natural honey element blends nicely with the vanilla vodka & spice! What more could you want? Excellent cocktail!

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