Chamoy is a unique flavor to Mexico that can be addictive due to the combination of sweet, salty, sour and spicy. Sold as a bottled or jarred salsa, Chamoy is fruit based and used for dipping or as a condiment on foods. In Tulum, many homemade chamoys are made with a mango base, making local chamoy a super treat. If you use a store bought Chamoy, the fruit base could be mango, plum or apricot making each chamoy a bit different in flavor but no less of a flavor party.
Mayan Chamoy Martini Recipe
Try this martini recipe during your end of the world parties, or holidays and see what your guests think.
2 ounces of vodka (unflavored)
1 ounce of Cointreau
Dash of lime juice
1 ounce of mango puree
1/2 ounce of Chamoy sauce or to taste
Dash of Agave syrup
Mix all ingredients in a martini shaker or blender and mix with ice. This martini is best blended with ice or with a few rocks to keep it cold. Pour into a martini glass and garnish with lime zest.
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