michelada translates to “my cold beer” derived from the following Spanish words: mi (my), chela (slang term for beer), and ada (from helada, a term for cold).
What is the difference between a Bloody Mary and a michelada mix?
A michelada is often called a “Mexican Bloody Mary.” It has tomato juice as the base, spices, a little hot sauce, and savory seasonings, but instead of vodka (like a Bloody Mary), we use a cold Mexican style beer.
At its best, a michelada is one of the great drinks of summer, a low-alcohol concoction of cheap, light Mexican beer (think Modelo, Victoria, Tecate, Pacífico, or Corona); fresh lime juice; and chile heat. But striking the perfect balance of flavor is deceptively hard.
Spicy Michelada Ingredients
1 teaspoon Morton & Bassett Chili Powder
½ teaspoon Morton & Bassett Cayenne Pepper
1 cup Clamato juice
1 lime, sliced into wedges
1 teaspoon lime zest
Michelada is an authentic blend of fresh squeezed lemon juice, peppers, veggies, and a secret blend of spices that make the perfect Michelada. A michelada should be refreshing and easy to keep drinking without regrets.
The upcoming Michelada Festival in Puerto Vallarta promises to be an event filled with fun, music, and, of course, the finest drinks. This exciting festival is scheduled to take place at the picturesque Hidalgo Park, located in the heart of downtown, on February 3rd and 4th. Visitors will have the opportunity to sample a wide variety of micheladas offered by numerous participating establishments, ensuring there is an option for every taste and preference.
Mexican Michelada Cocktail Ingredients
Like a richer, darker version of a bloody Mary, this Mexican michelada is sure to shake up happy …
Coarse sea salt (for glass rim)
3/4 cup chilled tomato juice
1 teaspoon soy sauce
1 teaspoon worcestershire sauce
In addition to the delightful beverages, the festival will also feature live musical entertainment to enliven attendees. The confirmation of the Plastiko group ensures a vibrant and energetic atmosphere to enjoy while savoring micheladas. To further enhance the experience, there will be gastronomic options available, guaranteeing that visitors can indulge in an unforgettable afternoon filled with unique flavors and culinary delights.
Admission to the festival will be completely FREE!
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