We love spicy food and especially like spicy bloody marys. Spicy is a journey through sensations of heat, an experiment, and sometimes if hot enough, a high. If you have a selection of hot sauces and you’ve seen Hot Ones on Youtube then you know what we’re talking about. Hot sauce is not optional, it’s mandatory. We have a display of 18 different hot sauces and are always getting new ones either from local farmers' markets or from our travels. A spicy bloody mary is easily made with a flick of the wrist wielding Tabasco, but we’re headed in a different, a more exotic hot sauce bloody mary direction. Keep reading to find out how to make the best spicy bloody marys.
Here are the top 3 hot sauces you have to try when creating your next spicy bloody mary or spicy bloody maria.
Cholula Hot Sauce is made in Chapala, Jalisco, Mexico and named after the 2,500-year-old city of Cholula, Puebla, the oldest still inhabited city in Mexico. Cholula sauce blends Piquin peppers, Arbol peppers and spices for a flavorful hot sauce with just a little bite. Even the biggest hot sauce babies can hang with Cholula so try this one next time if you’re looking for a boost of spice and light on the heat to create a savory spicy bloody maria!
Sriracha Hot Sauce is a Thai style hot sauce that’s become a staple at Thai and Vietnamese restaurants and has made its way into hot sauce fans' hearts worldwide. You can find Sriracha flavored almonds, chips and tons of other savory snacks for good reason, it’s delicious. Made of chili pepper paste, distilled vinegar, garlic, sugar, and salt this thicker style hot sauce gives a distinctive boost of aromatic flavor and tang unlike any other hot sauce on the market. Add a squirt to create a Spicy Sriracha Bloody Mary and enjoy with your favorite Thai Summer Rolls or Banh Mi Sandwich.
El Yucateco Green Chile Habanero Hot Sauce uses a blend of fresh green habanero peppers, garlic, spices, and seasonings. It’s a bright spicy and tangy flavor that has a similar flavor to the green jalapeno but is much spicier. This is not a hot sauce for the faint of heart. It is what we like to call a sleeper, throwing you off the spicy trail with its tangy complex flavor and then building heat until you are frantically looking for your glass of water. You’ll go back for more every time because it’s so delicious and you’re a glutton for punishment by hot sauce. Start slowly with just a few drops in your bloody mary and increase the hot sauce to your level of taste.
Will you try a Green Habanero Bloody Mary?
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