What cocktail goes good with Thai food?
Sweet cocktails also help to balance out the heat in spicy food. Magic Mountain Saloon’s Caramel Royale, made with Bulleit rye whiskey, chocolate liqueur, cranberry, lime and caramel syrup stands up well against dishes like its chilli-heavy mixed grill. Batson also recommends the watermelon-based Red Reviver.
What drinks go with coconut curry?
“With spicy coconut curries, I like to pair a lightly sweet Riesling,” says Jon Cross, sommelier/wine director at Hinoki & the Bird in Los Angeles. “The sweetness cuts through the spiciness of the dish, but it also has good acidity.”
What cocktails go with Indian food?
Whether you’re balti-biased or tend toward tandoori, great cocktails are the perfect partners to the spicy flavours of Indian food. Long and refreshing, the Smirnoff Madras is ideal for beating the heat, while the classic gin and tonic is a taste of the old Raj.
What non alcoholic drink goes with curry?
Indian food: Ginger ale
The trick to finishing a plate of curry without sweating like Tony Soprano is to sip on something that will dissolve the capsaicin in the dish. Capsaicin is the molecular compound that makes peppers spicy.
What drink goes with chicken curry?
Curry loves Wine
If the dish is very creamy, go for a creamy (malolactic) Chardonnay. If the dish is spicy, go for something off-dry: Riesling Spätlese, Pinot Gris, Gewürztraminer. If you go for red, go for something fruity: Pinot Noir, Gamay, Garnacha, GSM blends, Valpolicella.
What do you drink with Japanese curry?
Sake. Of course, one of the national dishes of Japan should be paired with its national drink – sake. The spicy flavors of this comfort food are the perfect accompaniment to traditional rice wine.
What alcohol goes with chicken curry?
Dry, rich whites with mild creamy curries: Fruity, unoaked or lightly oaked Chardonnay, like those from Australia or cooler parts of California have enough body to pair with creamier curries. If you don’t mind exceptionally floral, fragrant wines, try Gewürztraminer, which smells like rose petals and tropical fruit.