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    Michelada cocktail

    Often dubbed the Mexican Bloody Mary, a michelada mirrors all the colours and savoury hits of the original, but replaces the vodka with a light beer. It also captures the spirit of a beachside Mexican restaurant, with its menu of spicy, salty and sour flavours and a large side order of sunshine. Just add tamales and friends... 

    Serves: 1


    250ml Mexican beer (Sol or Corona)
    65ml Waitrose Tomato Juice
    2-3 dashes Tabasco Chipotle Pepper Sauce
    2 dashes Worcestershire sauce
    2 dashes soy sauce
    5ml fresh lime juice

    To rim the glass:
    1 tbsp Cooks’ Ingredients Barbacoa Seasoning mixed with sea salt
    1 lime wedge 


    1. the Barbacoa seasoning and salt on a small saucer. Rub the lime wedge around the rim of a stemmed beer glass before dipping the rim into the mixture.

    2. Fill the glass with ice, add the tomato juice, sauces, lime juice and a pinch of the Barbacoa mixture and stir.

    3. Top up with beer, stir and garnish with the lime wedge. 

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