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11 Spicy Drink Recipes to Make at Home

In some of the hottest spots on earth, spicy food is central to the culinary tradition. You'll sweat over the som tam in Thailand, the vindaloo in India, the jerk chicken in Jamaica—and that sweat will help you cool down. These spicy drinks work the same way, so they're ideal as summer heats up. Some are inspired by classics—for example, Raines Law Room's Garden Paloma, made with blanco tequila and grapefruit, and spiced with a jalapeno agave syrup—while others may taste like nothing you've tried before.

Check out the slideshow for a look at 11 spicy drink recipes that will heat you up (and cool you off) this weekend »


Go Straight to the Recipes

Not-So-Bloody Mary
Garden Paloma
Green Gloves
Upgraded Prairie Fire
Lychee-Thai Chili Lemonade
Grilled Tomato and Toasted Chili Cocktail
The Spice of Life
Bee Sting
Some Like It Hot
In-Sandiary
Vampira

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