Tempting but not innocent—this Mexican hot
|If you’re having a party, serve something stronger than the Chai Hot Chocolate in the post below. How about a tequila-spiked Mexican hot chocolate, courtesy of Tequila Cazadores?
First you make the hot chocolate on the stove, using disks of Mexican chocolate (you can find it at any Latin American grocery or online). It’s bittersweet chocolate flavored with cinnamon and sometimes, ground almonds, for an intentionally grainy effect.
When the hot chocolate is ready, you add the tequila—in this case, an añejo, or aged, tequila.
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