Infused Spicy Caesar Cocktail Rimmer
This spicy rimmer has all the ingredients to make a delicious, savory infused drink. This spicy rim includes a little infused butter, which will pair well with the drink. It will surprise you how well infused butter goes with tomato juice and vodka, which are the major ingredients of the Caesar Cocktail.
The real surprise ingredients in this recipe are the bacon grease and the infused butter. These two fatty substances go together well and give a good flavor base for all the rest of the ingredients. This drink also has additional spices like salt, black pepper, and smoked paprika that add some spice and flavor to the other ingredients.
What Drinks Pair Well with This Rimmer?
Most of the time, this rimmer is used to flavor tomato drinks such as Bloody Mary. That doesn’t mean that it won’t go well with other drinks. Try it with a margarita. The bacon flavor goes so well with the tequila.
Try this as a rimmer for your next glass of beer. Try putting the rim on the glass and filling your glass with beer. Then add ice. Fill your glass up with beer and add lime. This refreshing combination will go well on those hot summer days when you want your beer to last as long as possible.
The amount of botanicals and terpenes you will get from this recipe is minimal. The rim recipe only calls for ½ teaspoon of cannabutter. But this rimmer isn’t just for psychoactive effects; it is also for pure flavor.
If you want to add more infused botanicals to your drink, try including a few drops of an MCT oil tincture to your drink. Remember that just one or two drops of a tincture are enough because they can be very potent (but since you’ve probably made your own with your LĒVO II or LĒVO C, you already know that).
If you want more botanicals, you can also serve this drink with some homemade edibles that you made with your infusion machine. Some infused nachos would go great with this recipe. If you are having a Caesar Cocktail for brunch, why not go the extra mile and make some infused hollandaise sauce for your eggs?
How To Make a Caesar Cocktail
The Caesar Cocktail listed below is a classic way to enjoy your rimmer. It is a tomato-based drink that is very similar to a Bloody Mary. You could even use infused vodka to make the drink.
Just learn how to make a tincture out of vodka and add it to the recipe. You can garnish with a celery stick, but there are many other potential garnishes that you could use too. Try adding a sprig of parsley or a sprig of mint. Try pickled carrots and pickled asparagus.
If you want to try making things extra spicy, try garnishing your drink with a whole pickled jalapeno. You can nibble on the jalapeno as you enjoy your drink and enjoy the spicy compliments to your drink.
Some people don’t like the flavor of Worcestershire sauce. There are many ways to substitute for it. First, just leave it out. The flavors from the rimmer will more than make up for the lack of Worcestershire sauce. A swish of regular steak sauce will go well in the drink, along with some liquid smoke. Just a drop or two will do because they are both very strong ingredients.
Put a little water or lemon juice on the rim of the glass before dunking it in the rimmer mixture. In addition to the clinginess of the bacon grease and infused butter, the water or lemon juice will ensure the dry ingredients stick.
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