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Valcano1for Drinking Age Adultsauthentic Valcano cocktail recipePT5M


Low ABV ( less than 15% ),Light and refreshing.
*Note that dilution and other factors like type and temperature of ice are not considered in this upfront calculation.

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Spicy, beer

  • Tabasco Sauce 3 cl
  • Beer - -

beer mug

Valcano is a popular Beer cocktail containing a combinations of Tabasco Sauce,Beer .Served using a beer mug
The `Valcano` cocktail is not for the faint of heart, as it packs a fiery punch with its main ingredient, Tabasco Sauce. This bold and daring drink combines the intense spiciness of Tabasco with the effervescence of beer. It`s a true adventure for your taste buds, offering a unique and unforgettable experience. As the Tabasco-infused shot glass is dropped into a mug filled with your favorite beer, be prepared for a volcanic eruption of flavors. The `Valcano` is a bold choice for those who crave excitement and are willing to embrace the heat. Just remember, it`s not for the timid, so proceed with caution and enjoy the thrill!

Valcano Ingredients

Tabasco Sauce,Beer,

Valcano Recipe

Pour the Tabasco into a shot glass. Drop the shot into a beer mug filled with your favourite beer. Let it foam over and drink. (Note from the webmixer: given the potency of the Tabasco, this is probably quite a dangerous drink. You have been warned).

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  • Tabasco Sauce

    Tabasco Sauce is a brand of hot sauce made from the Tabasco chili pepper that grow mostly in the Gulf Coast of Mexico. It is one of the known highly pungent and hot pepper like the Naga Jalokia of India. Tabasco Sauce is made with just three ingredients - peppers, salt and vinegar. The red pepper mash in aged in white oak barrels and the long aging process renders the complex flavour to this hot sauce.
    It is an American brand, produced by the Mcilhenny Company of Avery Islands, Southern Louisiana. In drink mixing, Tabasco is popularly known to be an ingredient in the Bloody Mary cocktail and is used in many cocktail classics, the sauce simply enhances the flavour of every drink and adds the extra kick to every sip.

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