Drink of the Week! Serrano Chile Margarita

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It’s thirsty Thursday, so you know what that means… Time to quench your thirst with a little bit of alcohol!

With summertime in full swing, let’s turn up the heat.

TBT to how Nelly put it back in 2002, “It’s getting hot in here (so hot), so take off all your clothes.” This drink ain’t too far off from that definition. To be honest, this spicy serrano chile margarita can make you do just that.

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I keep it simple & to the point- aka shot glasses are my measurement.

INGREDIENTS
– 1 or 2 shot(s) of Peligroso Silver or Peligroso Anejo Tequila
(Do 2, don’t be a b*tch)
– 2 shots of fresh squeezed lime juice
– 2 shots of simple syrup (So yeah, none of us own simple syrup so here’s how to make it: Bring equal parts of water & sugar/Splenda {if you’z a skinny betch} to a boil. For example, 1 cup water & 1 cup sugar/Splenda)
– 2-5 Serrano peppers (Cut these and use to garnish your drink, or use jalapenos/baby red peppers if you’re a p*ssy and can’t take the extra heat)
– Sea salt for the rim (if you’re feeling feisty add some chili powder to the rim as well)

Look at you go hottie (LITERALLY).

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FYI, this drink is best made if you let the cut up serrano’s marinate in the tequila for a day or two before using. Then you have spicy tequila good to go! But if you’re in a hurry and want it quick, use these ingredients, cut up some peppers and toss a few into your glass!

SPIT FIRE MY FRIENDS… Or keep that to yourself until you get home.

CHEERS!

– Hailey

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