Bastard Chilli Vodka

Chilli vodka

That’s not a scotch bonnet ya wimp

This is drink 2nd in the 12 drinks of Christmas, part one T’ej beer is here.  I named Bastard Chilli vodka as in reality it is nothing more than a bit of a bastard of a drink and you sort of have to be a bit of one too in order to make it and give it out. I’ve made a version similar to the one below but not quite as strong in chillies, more of a double bastard or at least a Bastard2.

The reason for the name should be self explanitory, it burns, not only does it burn but it burns intensly!

Ingredients

10-15 Scotch bonnet chillies
Half a horseradish root chopped into chunks
Vodka

Equipment

Sealable jar

Method

Wash and thinly slice the chillies and cut the horseradish into chip sized chunks and put them into a jar. Top up with vodka and leave for 10 days. After 10 days strain and serve. I’d suggest serving to someone who irratatingly and doesn’t stop talking as this should shut them up for a bit!

Andy Hamilton

Brewer, forager, broadcaster, spaceman occasional liar

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6 Responses

  1. Simon says:

    10 – 15 Scotch Bonnet’s that’s gonna have one hell of a kick, I do chilli vodka with just a couple of home grown purple gusto chilli’s which gives it a funky purple hue to it. Love the idea of adding a hit of horseradish to it tho’

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