Make A Stoli Vodka Game of Thrones "Mother of Dragons" Cocktail

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Even though Game of Thrones has its own official beer, every television show needs a proper, matching cocktail. Leave it to Stolichnaya, then, to come up with one: the Mother of Dragons cocktail.

It's not endorsed by Game of Thrones and not available anywhere, it's just a drink anyone can whip up in a Stoli frenzy. Luckily, the purveyors of premium Latvian vodka shared the recipe with us.

See Also: Newest Game of Thrones Beer "Fire and Blood" Now Available

For anyone who does not know, character Daenerys Targaryen hatched three dragons by placing her petrified dragon eggs on Drogo's funeral pyre, earning her the nickname "Mother of Dragons".

The recipe:


  • 2 ounces Stolichnaya Hot
  • 2 cherry tomatoes, plus extra to garnish
  • 3/4 ounce fresh lemon juice
  • 1/2 ounce simple syrup
  • Garnish
  • 1 jalapeno pepper
  • 1/2 Beet Juice or red food coloring


1. Muddle cherry tomatoes in a shaker

2. Add vodka, lemon juice and simple syrup and shake with ice

3. Strain into rocks glass over ice

4. Top with Garnish

For the garnish, cut the jalapeno pepper in half, then place on top of cocktail and drip beet juice or red food coloring down pepper until desired effected is achieved.

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