A Spicy Paloma Cocktail Recipe, Plus A Peach Liquer Dream
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For the recent event we hosted with Domino magazine to celebrate Texas design, the team at Austin’s Josephine House whipped up some delicious speciality cocktails just for the occasion. Naturally we saddled on up to the bar to get all the details. One is a sweet concoction using peach liquor, and the other a spicy take on a classic Paloma cocktail recipe, and they’re both insanely good. Vintage glassware highly recommended.

Spicy Paloma

(makes one)

2 oz blanco tequila
1.5 oz fresh grapefruit juice
.5 oz fresh lime juice
.5 oz Jalapeno simple syrup (equal parts sugar and hot water with a few jalapeños steeped for a few minutes)

Shake all together, strain over ice and top with soda or Topo Chico

Drunk in Love

(makes one)

1 oz. vodka
.75 oz Peach liquor (we use Rothman & Winter)
.25 oz honey

Shake that all together, top with 2 oz.of cava or dry sparkling wine

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Photos by Sarah Moore

October 15, 2018

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