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How to make a Far East-inspired spiced red snapper cocktail

We've teamed up with OPIHR Gin to bring you this spiced red snapper cocktail. This drink uses OPIHR's Far East Edition. The Szechuan Pepper within the gin adds a subtle spice kick...

How to make a spiced red snapper cocktail or a bloody Mary (Shutterstock)

The spicy and tomato-ey red snapper cocktail is gin's answer to the bloody Mary. Add a dash of Tobasco sauce for a kick and a stick of celery for a garnish and you're left with a tasty and sophistcated looking drink. 

This version of the cocktail uses OPIHR Gin's Far East Edition. Inspired by the spicy and smoky culinary trends of this part of the world, this particular gin sees the warm flavours of scechuan pepper and smoky ajwan come together to create a bold and intense richly spiced gin. Add a shot of this to your red snapper mixture and you've got an unbeatable cocktail. 

 

While you’re planning your exciting Far East adventure, why not enjoy a taste of the Far East with OPIHR’s spiced red snapper to enjoy a subtle spice kick and an exceptional flavour? 

How to make a spiced red snapper: The full recipe

 

Recipe

  • 50ml OPIHR Far East Edition Gin
  • 85ml Tomato juice
  • 4 dashes Worcester sauce
  • 2 dashes Tabasco
  • 15ml Lemon juice
  • 5ml Olive brine
  • 5g Black pepper
  • Lemongrass garnish

 Method

Build in Collins (or similar glass) with ice. Stir down and squeeze over lemon. Season with salt and pepper. Garnish with lemongrass.

 

Simple serve suggestion

25ml European Edition gin, mix with Mediterranean Tonic and orange garnish

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