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Cocktail: Acapulco Green by Oto Morillo | IbizaFoodie

Cocktail: Acapulco Green by Oto Morillo

Dear Foodies, today we bring an unconventional cocktail, such a transgressive recipe that skips all kinds of conventionalism to finally offer a spectacular result with its own personality.

Mixologist Oto Morillo, bartender at Sir Rocco Beach Club, created this cocktail inspired by the Mexican tradition: tequila and lime base, a spicy flavor and of course a hot-spice touch.

It is true that the hot-spicy is not something we are very used to in our country, and even less common is to find it in a cocktail, but the Acapulco Green is made with such a skill and subtlety that has conquered so many people that is been chosen BEST cocktail among all offered at the hotels and establishments of Palladium group in 2016.

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Acapulco Green

– Ingredients:

  • 50 ml Tequila Casamigos
  • 20 ml Grand Marnier Red
  • 25 ml Lime juice
  • 20 ml Agave Syrup
  • 20 ml Hot pepper puree
  • 1 Touch of Ginger Beer
  • Crushed ice
  • Garnish with dried lime and red habanero

– Elaboration:

The first is to prepare a home-based red habanero syrup, pepper puree and a little bit of Kimchi. Add a little water and sugar and cook at low temperature. Then add the home-syrup, the agave syrup, the Grand Marnier and the Tequila. Shake the mixer so that all ingredients are well integrated and then repeatedly pour to oxygenate the mixture.

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Finally, cover an Old Fashioned glass with crushed ice and add the mixture. Garnish with dried lime and habanero red pepper.

At first it may be scary when you read the list of ingredients, but you can believe us when we tell you that this cocktail will leave you over the mon, as you’ve never tasted anything like this before.

As always, Foodie friend, we recommend you try it at home and to tell us how was the experience, but we also suggest to go to visit Sir Rocco Beach Club and try the original Acapulco Green by Oto Morillo.