A Michelada with Clamato is the most refreshing drink. This Michelada with Clamato is made with a Mexican beer, clamato juice, lime juice, Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce and hot sauce.
Micheladas are super similar to a Bloody Mary drink, but this is a very traditional drink in Mexico. This drink is best enjoyed under the sun on a hot day and it is a great cure for a hangover.
Although Micheladas are traditionally Mexican, they are enjoyed in various countries all around the world. I spent a week in Chile during the winter in 2019 where we pretty much had a Michelada everyday - They are thoroughly enjoyed in Valparaiso! This was one of my favorite trips ever. I went with four of my best college friends and my childhood friend. We spent the first half of the trip in the mountains of Patagonia hiking Torres del Paine and the rest of the trip in Valparaiso. Valparaiso was awesome because we met up with my friend from high school and stayed with his friends at their place by the beach. We had so many of these micheladas during the day you wouldn't even imagine! You cant go wrong with this drink and a Snapper Ceviche with Popcorn and the beach. I love that Micheladas can be spicy. If you can’t find clamato you can definitely use tomato juice, as you would with a Bloody Mary.
Michelada with Clamato Ingredients
- Light Mexican beer like Corona or Sol
- Clamato juice
- Lime juice
- Worcestershire sauce
- Soy sauce
- Hot sauce (optional)
- Lime wedges for serving
How to make this drink
Place Tajin on a plate. Rim two glasses with a lime and then dip the glasses into the tajin.
Fill both glasses with ice and set aside.
In a separate glass, add the Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, hot sauce, lime juice and clamato juice and mix well. Divide mixture into each glasses with the ice. Pour the beer into each glass.
Garnish with a lime wedge.