Cook Time: 10 Minutes
A seasoned tropical cocktail for your ravenous and wild evenings. A blend of two unusual ingredients, this cocktail still stands out well. The blend of the sweet pineapple with spices and alcohol will fire up your palette. Here's a quick recipe for your fancy evenings!
Chef Tip: Be careful while simmering the ingredients in the saucepan. Make sure not to overheat or boil it. Please don't mix it with the tequila unless it has cooled down. Add an appropriate amount of tequila.
This tropical cocktail will take you on a journey that you will want to revisit over and over again. Try this recipe on your friends during the weekend to have a fun-filled, wild night.
• Mayan culture in America used tobacco to conserve fruits, specifically to make pickled peppers.
• A pineapple is neither a pine nor an apple, but a fruit consisting of many berries that have grown together.
• For thousands of years in many parts of the world, pickles have been used as the main method to preserve fruits and other foods. There is evidence that in Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, Rome and China people pickled different foods just for preservation.
• Pineapples were historically very useful on long boat trips. Eating pineapple prevented scurvy, and pineapple juice mixed with sand is a great cleaning agent for boats.
• One cup of fresh and Spicy Pineapple contains 82.5 calories. To break it down further, it contains 0.2g of fat, 1.7mg of sodium, 22g of carbohydrates, 2.3g of fiber, 0.9g of protein and 79mg of vitamin C.
• Pineapple is known to contain the anti-inflammatory substance bromelain. This enzyme may be helpful when combined with other medications to treat acute sinusitis.