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Mexican Michelada Cocktail

Mexican Michelada Cocktail

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Like a richer, darker version of a bloody Mary, this Mexican michelada is sure to shake up happy hour in the best way possible. Pairs well with a big bowl of tortilla chips.MORE+LESS-

Coarse sea salt (for glass rim)


cup chilled tomato juice


teaspoon worcestershire sauce


teaspoon chipotle hot sauce (or tabasco)


bottles dark Mexican beer

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    Cut one lime in quarters. Use one quarter to moisten the rims of four glasses. Roll rims of glasses in coarse sea salt to coat. Cut 4 thin horizontal slices from remaining lime half to garnish glasses. Set glasses aside.

  • 2

    In a small bowl, combine juice of limes (including the remainders from the sliced lime), tomato juice, soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce and hot sauce. Stir to mix.

  • 3

    Pour tomato mixture evenly into glasses. Top each glass with a bottle of dark Mexican beer and serve immediately.

Expert Tips

  • A Michelada is a Mexican cocktail traditionally made with beer, lime juice, spices, tomato juice and assorted sauces. It’s a savory cocktail that can range in spiciness and is served in a salt-rimmed glass.

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More About This Recipe

  • This spicy Mexican beer cocktail is a combination of classic Mexican flavors, like chipotle and lime. And with dark Mexican beer as this recipe’s main ingredient, it’s perfect for happy hour or your next taco night.

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