TAZO Mixology concentrates creates the perfect TAZO Chili Paloma.
As home mixologists look to upgrade their cocktail skills, TAZO Mixology concentrates sets everyone up for a successful shake. With the TAZO Chili Paloma from Muddling Memories, this cocktail proves that spice and nice are the perfect pair.
While many people are familiar with TAZO and its many types of delicious tea offerings, the new TAZO Mixology line consists of tea and juice-based concentrates. Available in Berry Hibiscus Margarita and Ginger Lime Moscow Mule, these concentrates are perfect for both cocktails and mocktails.
The flavors in the TAZO Mixology concentrates are layered. From the notes of the tea to the fruit from the juice, the combinations are alluring. One sip and you will understand that this tea concentrate will definitely change your beverage game.
Recently, classic cocktails have seen a surge in popularity. While the home mixologist might be comfortable with the familiar, she is looking for a little twist. Transforming those cocktails into a tea cocktails is a tasty way to upgrade the cocktail’s flavor.
To celebrate the launch TAZO Mixology, TAZO partnered with Muddling Memories to create some delicious cocktails and mocktails using the new TAZO product. One recipe that shows the nuanced flavor of this tea and juice concentrate is the TAZO Chili Paloma.
Here’s how to make the TAZO Mixology line TAZO Chili Paloma.
- 4 oz TAZO Berry Hibiscus Margarita
- 1 ½ oz tequila
- ¾ oz serrano chili grapefruit syrup
- ½ fresh lemon, squeezed
- 4 dashes Palo Santo bitters
- 3 oz club soda
- Sprinkle of pink sea salt
- Dehydrated citrus wheel, for garnish
- Add all ingredients into a shaker with ice and shake vigorously for 10 seconds
- Strain into a double rocks glass over an ice sphere
- Charge with club soda, and garnish with a lemon twist and dehydrated citrus wheel.
While some of these ingredients might not always be behind your bar, you can find ways to create those flavors at home. For example, infusing a simple syrup with serrano peppers and grapefruit can be done at home. Anyone can make simple syrup, why not amp up the flavor with some other ingredients.
Also, bitters are a key ingredient to any great cocktail. While these bitters are an elevated version, a variety of bitters are easily available. Consider playing with bitters and their flavors to enhance the flavor of a cocktail.
Lastly, you can make this cocktail a mocktail by omitting the tequila. With all the other ingredients, this mocktail will make anyone realize that mocktails are just as tasty as a cocktail. Liquor isn’t always necessary.
If you are looking to upgrade your home mixology skills, consider starting with TAZO Mixology concentrates. That tea and juice concentrate sets you up for success.
TAZO Berry Hibiscus Margarita and TAZO Ginger Lime Moscow Mule varieties are available at Walmart and Walmart.com, with a larger roll out later this year. It is a sold in a 32 oz ready to serve container.
What is your favorite way to bring a flavor upgrade to a classic cocktail?