Skip to main content

Bloody Hell: Blood Oranges, Jalapeno, Whiskey and Beer Cocktail

Bloody Helly Beer Cocktail, Blood Oranges, Beer, Jalapenos, Whiskey

If there is anything that can lure me away from ordering a good beer, it’s a spicy cocktail.

The heat in a fresh pepper and some whiskey will get me every time. Once blood orange season rolls around, I’m powerless. Blood oranges have a great flavor, part naval orange, part raspberry and the color is incredible. The season has just started and ends far too soon. During the few peak weeks that I’m able to find these beauties that make my cutting board look like an episode of Dexter, I juice and freeze as much as I can for later.

Because before too long the only orange I’ll be able to find will be the boring orange ones.

Bloody Helly Beer Cocktail, Blood Oranges, Beer, Jalapenos, Whiskey

Bloody Hell: Blood Oranges, Jalapeno, Whiskey and Beer Cocktail

1 drink

Ingredients

  • 2 oz blood orange juice
  • 1 ½ oz bourbon
  • 1 tbs agave
  • 1 jalapeno, sliced
  • 2 oz IPA beer

Directions

  1. In a shaker filled with ice add the blood orange juice, bourbon, agave, and jalapeno sliced. Shake well, pour through a strainer into a highball glass with ice.
  2. Add beer, stir.
https://domesticfits.com/bloody-hell-blood-oranges-jalapeno-whisky-beer-cocktail/

Bloody Helly Beer Cocktail, Blood Oranges, Beer, Jalapenos, Whiskey

Similar Articles


Comments


Averie @ Averie Cooks January 17, 2014 um 12:41 am

That sounds SO GOOD! I’d have to be in the right mood, but I’m in that mood now 🙂 pinned

Reply

Kristin @ Bake Something January 17, 2014 um 3:25 am

I’ve been looking for a new cocktail to try out and this sounds amazing! What kind of beer did you use? 🙂

Reply

Katrina @ WVS January 17, 2014 um 5:04 am

I love a good cocktail too – especially one with beer!

Reply

Michelle Lahey January 17, 2014 um 10:24 am

Spicy cocktails are my jam – I am definitely trying this!

Reply

Happy Valley Chow January 17, 2014 um 10:31 am

What the…YES PLEASE!! This sounds incredible…I have said it before and I’ll say it again. I absolutely love and admire your creativity. Make sure you stop by my link party today, #OmNomNomFriday, and share some of your fantastic goodies. Have a great weekend 🙂

Happy Blogging!
Happy Valley Chow

Reply

Jackie January 17, 2014 um 11:02 am

Thank you so much!

Reply

Sophia @ NY Foodgasm January 18, 2014 um 5:39 am

I love blood oranges and bourbon, you have lured me in again! Pinning this cocktail to try it later!

Reply

Jess January 19, 2014 um 10:58 am

This looks delicious! I’m sure it’s beautifully refreshing 🙂

Reply

Brigette January 19, 2014 um 1:47 pm

I am not a big cocktail drinker, but I have a feeling this drink may turn me into a cocktail adventurer!

Reply

ashley – baker by nature January 19, 2014 um 2:30 pm

I LOVE me a spicy cocktail! This is gorgeous, Jackie!

Reply

addie | culicurious January 21, 2014 um 5:45 am

This looks delicious – I’ll have to give it a try. 🙂

Reply

Natasha Bayus February 2, 2014 um 3:00 pm

This is awesome Jackie! Could you substitute sugar if you had to? I tried but wasn’t sure the right amount.

Reply

Jackie February 2, 2014 um 3:03 pm

You’d have to make a heavy simple syrup, 1 part really hot water, one part sugar, stir until dissolved then let cool. If you just use sugar it will be grainy.

Reply

Mark Johnson January 29, 2020 um 4:43 pm

Just made this. I didn’t have an IPA, so I used a pilsner and it is my new favorite cocktail. I used 100 proof Knob Creek bourbon and half a very large jalapeño. I recently made a blood orange whiskey sour and BO martini. Both were very good but this recipe is delicious. Now to stock up on blood oranges before they are gone. Cheers!

Reply

Jackie February 4, 2020 um 12:18 pm

Yay! That makes my day!

Reply

Write a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*
*

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.