Tropical Rum cocktail with orange and limes

Johnny Depp Charge (Spiced Rum cocktail)

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Johnny Depp Charge (Spiced Rum Cocktail)

Why is the Rum always gone?  Because this Spiced Rum Cocktail may be the best we ever Heard of!

‘Johnny’ is Dramatic, Whipped, and Frothy.  Unlike actual events, we do not recommend a Vodka chaser!

Yikes!  Watching the courtroom drama of this much-loved pirate and his screen siren ex-wife is like watching a slow-motion train wreck.  Two grown-ass adults shamelessly inviting the world into their HOT MESS of a relationship.  You need a DEPPth finder just to see how low these two will go.  Way too many WTF moments!

You can’t help listening to these stories and feeling sorry…FOR THE JUDGE.    She has to decide which one is worse!  Holy Sh#t!

Is there Hazard Pay-  She needs Liquid Therapy (A spiced Rum Cocktail)!

There is nothing funny about abuse.  We hope both get the help they need.  Turn off the trial- and try a delicious Johnny Depp Charge.  Here is a toast to kindness, generosity, and love in your life and the hope that we all can help others find the same.


*This cocktail has been approved by the Ani-Defecation League.  #Mepoo #Amberturd


My therapist thinks I'm too judgemental, that's because he's a F*cking idiot


Johnny Depp Charge (Spiced Rum Cocktail)

Tropical Rum cocktail with orange and limes
5 from 17 votes

Johnny Depp Charge

Amber Spiced Rum cocktail that is Dramatic, Whipped, and Frothy
Prep Time15 minutes
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: egg whites, Johnny Depp, Rum cocktail
Yield: 2 cocktails


Chili Simple Syrup

  • 1 cup White Sugar
  • 1 cup Water
  • 2 Large Dried Guajillo Chilis-Deseeded and chopped
  • Pinch Salt
  • Pinch Nutmeg

(Johnny) Depp Charge Ingredients

  • 6 oz Amber Rum
  • oz Fresh-squeezed Lime juice
  • 2 oz Chili Simple Syrup
  • 4 Egg whites- whipped until frothy
  • 1 tsp Vanilla
  • Crushed ice


(Johnny) Depp Charge Cocktail

  • Make Chili Simple Syrup and let cool
  • Whip eggs whites in a bowl
  • Add Rum, Lime, Chili Simple Syrup, Egg-Whites, and Crushed-ice to a shaker
  • Shake well
  • Pour the mix into cocktail glasses and garnish
  • Serve

What do I need to know about Rum?

Rum is a distilled alcohol that is made from sugarcane byproducts such as molasses or sugarcane juice. It is produced in many countries including the Caribbean, Latin America, and the United States.

The production process of rum involves fermentation, distillation, aging, and blending. The type of rum that you choose can vary significantly based on its origin, aging process and production method. Some popular types of rum include light rum, dark rum, spiced rum and aged rum.

Rum is a versatile spirit and can be enjoyed in a variety of cocktails, such as the classic Mojito, Daiquiri, and Piña colada. It is important to note that the alcohol content in rum can vary greatly, so it is best to drink in moderation. Overall, rum is a unique and flavorful spirit that can be a great addition to any bar.


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Why put Guajillo Peppers in a cocktail?

We love Guajillo peppers in cocktails.  Guajillo peppers are a popular ingredient in Mexican cuisine, and in recent years they have become a favorite addition to cocktails as well. These peppers add a unique depth of flavor to cocktails, giving them a distinctive smoky and slightly sweet taste.

They are often used in spicy margaritas, bloody marys, and other cocktails where a hint of heat and earthiness is desired. Guajillo peppers are also rich in vitamins and antioxidants, making them a healthy addition to drinks. Overall, using guajillo peppers in cocktails is a great way  to add a little spice and complexity to your favorite cocktail recipes. Whether you enjoy margaritas, martinis, or something more adventurous, guajillo peppers are sure to enhance your drinking experience.

Where would I find Guajillo Peppers?

Guajillo peppers can be found at most grocery stores that carry a variety of Latin American ingredients. Look for them in the spice section or the Hispanic foods aisle of your local supermarket, or Walmart. If you can’t find them at a physical store, you can also order them online from specialty food stores or through e-commerce giants like Amazon.

When shopping for Guajillo peppers, it’s important to look for ones that are unbroken, whole, and free from mold or mildew. They should have a deep red color and a slightly wrinkled texture. Guajillo peppers have a moderately spicy flavor, so you can adjust the amount according to your personal taste. Whether you’re making a Mexican dish, or a smoky spiced Rum cocktail, Guajillo peppers are a staple ingredient that add depth and flavor to any recipe.



  • The Chili simple syrup is subtle, but you can substitute a simple syrup without the chili
  • The egg-whites give the drink a smooth a velvety finish- you could add more egg-whites for more luxurious froth
  • Triple the recipe and make a pitcher #JohnnyDepp

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