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Mix it Up for Hatch Chile Season

Spice up your next Tito’s Handmade Vodka cocktail with New Mexico’s finest pepper, the Hatch chile.

As an ode to a pepper beloved for its buttery taste and culinary versatility, we’ve taken a bundle of green Hatch chile peppers and given them a Tito’s twist. From a Tito’s Hatch Chile Infusion to a special TitoRita, these smooth and smoky recipes will keep you satisfied as the weather starts to turn.

Grown in the rich soil of New Mexico’s Hatch Valley, Hatch chiles come in a range of different spice levels and are only in season from mid-August through the end of September. These chiles are great fired up on the grill, roasted slowly to perfection, or our personal favorite, infused with Tito’s.

To find some inspiration for mixing up a Tito’s Hatch chile concoction, take a look at our delicious cocktails below. The level of spice in your libation, however, is totally up to you.

Tito's bottle and jalapeno cocktail on a table of fresh jalapenos

Tito's Hatch Limeade

A refreshing classic with a spicy twist. Mix up your next limeade and add a Tito's Hatch Chile Infusion.



  • Just add infused Tito's Handmade Vodka and limeade to a glass over ice.

  • Garnish with a lime.

Tito's Vodka Hatch Chili Gimlet

Tito's Hatch Gimlet

Shake things up by adding a splash of Hatch Chile-infused Tito's to your gimlet for a subtle hint of spice. If you left the seeds out of your infusion, then you're in for an earthy treat.



  • Add all ingredients to a shaker with ice.

  • Shake and strain into a coupe glass.

tito's vodka hatch chile infused TitoRita cocktail

Hatch TitoRita

You've heard of a Pickle & Jalapeno TitoRita, now get ready for a Hatch chile TitoRita. Pro-Tip: Add a chile lime salt rim for extra flavor.



  • Add all ingredients to a shaker with ice.

  • Shake and strain into a glass with or without fresh ice.

  • Garnish with a lime slice.

  • Pro-Tip: If you like it salty, use a glass with a salt rim.

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