Introducing Ancho Reyes Verde

Five recipes featuring the new green chile liqueur

A few years ago Ancho Reyes hit the market and became an instant cult classic—a game-changing spicy liqueur that drinks beautifully on its own, and goes along swimmingly with other spirits including its cousins, tequila and mezcal. With much anticipation, Ancho Reyes has released a limited edition second product, Ancho Reyes Verde, a green chili liqueur that is sure to become another favorite, especially for …

Bees Knees Spicy Honey

Brooklyn’s MixedMade offers just two products: spicy maple syrup (Trees Knees, as they call it) and spicy honey. The latter is made in small batches using raw honey from Hudson Valley beekeepers and infusing chili peppers—and one large pepper gets suspended in every bottle. Drizzle it over pizza, pancakes, cocktails or ice cream for a sweet, heated kick.

Pipcorn’s The Chili Lab Popcorn

A spicy, zesty take on the hulless snack favorite

For over two years, Pipsnacks‘ Pipcorn has won over everyone from attendees of Williamsburg’s Smorgasburg to Oprah—and for just cause. The tiny, hulless popcorn kernels are really tasty, non-GMO, and can be quite inventive, as the brand continues exploring new flavors. Made in small batches by a brother-and-sister duo in Brooklyn, Pipcorn offers a range of subtle flavors that, while zesty don’t become overwhelming. While …