Mix It Up With These 8 Surprisingly Delicious Savory Cocktails
By Cooking Panda
Whether you’re having a hangover brunch or simply want to branch out and add some new kinds of cocktails to your bartending repertoire, savory drinks are a must!
Bloody Marys are great now and again, but there are so many other savory cocktails out there that are totally underrated. Give them a try!
Note: A fair amount of these recipes call for pickle juice. If you don’t have any or just don’t like it, feel free to substitute with: one teaspoon white vinegar, ½ teaspoon dill weed and ¼ teaspoon salt to replace two tablespoons of pickle juice.
The Gibson is an underrated classic martini with its trademark slightly-sweet cocktail onion. But add some black pepper to it and you have something out-of-this world delicious.
It is a well-known fact that all drinks should have pickle juice, steak seasoning and clamato juice.
Maple, bacon bourbon, egg white and Peychaud’s bitters add a deliciously welcome twist to your whiskey sour. Here’s how to make your own bacon infused bourbon.
Tequila, cucumbers and peppers go together incredibly well, but it’s the adorable bell pepper cup that totally pushes this delicious drink over the top in the best possible way.
Like a pickleback shot but even more delicious and drinkable.
Honestly, why would you settle for a Bloody Mary when you can have a spicy alternative that has tons more flavor?
The peanut flavor adds an unexpected yet deliciously savory complexity to the whiskey. You have to try this one!
This cucumber-celery-based vodka drink is about as refreshing as it comes. With fresh cilantro, agave, and fresh-squeezed lemon juice, this is hands-down the savory cocktail you should be drinking on a hot summer day.
Featured Photo Credit: Katie Foster/Tasting TableTags: Bloody Mary, cocktail recipe, savory cocktails, savory drink, Thirsty Thursday