A Spicy Cocktail Recipe With A Bite
spicy cocktail

Looking for spicy cocktail to kick off your night? After a long days work, perhaps you’re in need of something with a ‘lil bite… right? Well, don’t worry because we’ve got you covered.

That’s right, we recently paired up with our awesome friends at @PhailProofCocktails to bring you this delicious drink that’s gonna be your new go-to. It’s called, ‘The Breakfast Cup’ and this spicy cocktail is a doozy.

The folks at Phail Proof Cocktails believe that learning about cocktails should be a rewarding and fun experience that inspires you to learn to make more drinks. They hope to deliver useful insights, tips, tricks and recipes from a well curated catalog of information that they’ve obtained over many years as professional bartenders.

It’s safe to say that they know a thing or two about making a cocktail. And after trying The Breakfast Cup, it’s even safer to say they know a thing or two about making spicy cocktails. That’s right, this one brings the heat.


– Salt and Pepper
– Worcestershire Sauce
– Gin
– Simple Syrup
– Lime
– Cucumber
Small Axe Peppers Bronx Red Hot Sauce 

Spicy Cocktail Recipe:

1) Cut 1/2 of a lime into quarters
2) 3 slices of cucumber
3) Two dashes of Worcestershire
4) 1 Bar Spoon of Small Axe Peppers Bronx Red Hot Sauce 
5) Muddle it up
6) Finished it off with 2 oz of gin
7) Garnish with salt and pepper
8) Shake and serve this spicy cocktail

Pro tip: This drink also works really well with vodka, tequila, or mezcal instead of gin if you wanna switch it up! Oh.. and just because this spicy cocktail is called ‘The Breakfast Cup’ doesn’t mean it’s only meant to be served in the morning. This one is good at all hours of the day. C’mon, it’s five o’clock somewhere!

Secret Ingredient?

What gives this spicy cocktail its spice? Well, that’s the Small Axe Peppers Bronx Red Hot Sauce, of course!

These red peppers in this hot sauce are left on the vine for 6 weeks longer to give them a more mature and vine ripe taste. Made with 6 all natural ingredients, it is the late-season peppers that give this Bronx Hot Sauce a smoother taste than the original Bronx Hot Sauce green.