‘Freshest’ cucumber kiwi and spicy charred pineapple margarita recipe for Jubilee weekend

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A cucumber kiwi margarita and spicy charred pineapple margarita have been created by two cocktail lovers Billy and Casey, the owners of Fizzy Beverage Cart. The couple set up their mobile service bar after almost 20 years of working in and running restaurants. The couple share their exciting and interesting recipes on @getfizzyatl.

They created the two new recipes they claim will “blow your margarita lovin’ minds.”

First up is the “freshest little cucumber kiwi margarita that is sure to please.”

Cucumber kiwi margarita recipe


  • 1.5oz Tequila Herradura Silver
  • 5oz Cointreau
  • 75oz lime juice
  • 5oz simple syrup {1:1 ratio}
  • Five fresh kiwi slices
  • Three cucumber slices

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  1. Peel a cucumber and use the skins to create a garnish
  2. Slice your kiwi and cucumber and add to your glass and crush them up together
  3. Add your syrup and lime juice, Cointreau and Tequila
  4. Shake over ice
  5. Strain into a tumbler over ice and decorate with your cucumber garnish and a slice of kiwi

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Next up, is the charred piña margarita. Billy and Casey said this “is a spicy mama and the perfect flavor your taste buds have been craving!”

It’s made by infusing your tequila with peppers.

Charred pineapple margarita recipe


  • 1.5oz jalapeno and serrano infused Tequila Herradura Silver
  • 5oz Grand Marnier
  • 75oz fresh pineapple juice
  • 5oz fresh lime juice
  • 5oz charred pineapple syrup
  • Three drops Bittermens Tiki Bitters
  • Three drops Bittermens Hopped Grapefruit
  • 1 pinch of fine Himalayan sea salt


  1. Slice your chili and let it soak in your tequila
  2. Add pineapple juice, like juice, charred pineapple syrup, Tiki Bitters, Hopped Grapefruit, Grand Marnier, and your jalapeno and serrano infused tequila Grand Marnier and a pinch of salt and shake over ice
  3. Strain over ice and decorate with pineapple fronds and charred pineapple

Sipello: Bartenders make cocktails with flavoured liqueur

For a unique take on a Pimm’s cocktail, try a strawberry-infused gin instead.

Strawberry gin is updating the classic “Pimm’s” recipe for summer with a fresh take on a British cocktail stalwart.

It has been created by chef Ben Ebbrell from the British Youtube channel Sorted Food exclusively for Express.co.uk.

Ben told Express.co.uk readers said: “Obviously typically ‘Pimms’ is made with lemonade and then has all the various bits in, strawberry being one (along with apple, orange, cucumber, and mint).

“To make it work with this Strawberry Gin Liqueur use 1/2 lemonade (clear not cloudy) and 1/2 soda water.”

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