Peruvian Frog Juice Recipes – October Gross-Out Bar Drink Of The Month


frog juice

Lima, Peru is famous for, among other things, its frog juice. This ‘tasty’ juice made from Kermit, and about 20 other ingredients, is touted for its health benefits and can cure everything from asthma, bronchitis, sluggishness and even impotence. Word on the street is this is the “revenge drink” for ladies who just discovered their “prince” is a frog.

While typically made as a smoothie, many amateur bartenders around the world (not just in Lima anymore) are now adding a little bit of the sauce to turn this healthy frog juice into a cocktail. We’ve decided to update five classic cocktails by adding a froggy twist…

Frog Juice Cocktail Recipes:

Frog juice cocktail recipe #1) Mojito

1.25 oz rum
12 mint leaves
1 tbsp sugar
0.5 oz limejuice
2 oz frog juice

Place mint leaves in bottom of glass. Add crushed ice, rum, sugar, and limejuice, and muddle. Add frog juice and garnish with mint leaves and frogs legs.

Frog juice cocktail recipe #2) Hurricane

1 oz vodka
1/4 oz grenadine syrup
1 oz gin
1 oz light rum
1/2 oz Bacardi® 151 rum
1 oz amaretto almond liqueur
1 oz triple sec
grapefruit juice
pineapple juice
frog juice

Pour all but the juices, in order listed, into a hurricane glass three-quarters filled with ice. Fill with equal parts of grapefruit, pineapple and frog juice, and serve.

Frog juice cocktail recipe #3) Mai Tai

Mai Tai
1 oz light rum
1/2 oz crème de almond
1/2 oz triple sec
sweet and sour mix
frog juice
1/2 oz Myer’s® dark rum

Pour light rum, crème de almond and triple sec, in order, into a Collins glass. Almost fill with equal parts of sweet and sour mix and frog juice. Add dark rum, a large straw, and serve unstirred.

Frog juice cocktail recipe #4) Pina Colada


3 oz light rum
3 tbsp coconut cream
3 tbsp crushed pineapples
frog juice


Put all ingredients into an electric blender with 2 cups of crushed ice. Blend at a high speed for a short length of time. Strain into a Collins glass and serve with a straw.

Frog juice cocktail recipe # 5) Cuba Libre

Cuba Libre


2 oz light rum
2 oz frog juice

Pour frog juice into a highball glass over ice cubes. Add rum, fill with cola, stir, and serve.

And if Peruvian Frog Juice seems more than deserving of our “Gross-Out Bar Drink Of The Month” award, just remember – It’s not easy being green – especially in Peru.

See Also: Bars in Lima Peru

Image Sources:
Pina Colada by Randy Robertson

This Post in Featured on: Health Daily News

Author: Corey Rozon

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