Mezcalita

May 21, 2020

It's like a margarita, but far more interesting. A little spicy, a little citrusy, a little smokey.

Single/Firelight 750 To-Go

    • 1.5oz/7.5oz Mezcal
    • 2oz/10oz Fresh Orange Juice
    • 1oz/5oz Fresh Lime Juice
    • 0.5oz/2.5oz Agave
    • 2 Dashes/ 10 Dashes Angostura Bitters
Prepare your tumblers - On a plate add a 50/50 mixture of salt and chili pepper. Swipe a slice of lime around the rim of the tumbler, then dip the rim in at an angle to coat it. Add ice to your tumbler.

In a cocktail shaker, add ice, mezcal, orange juice, lime juice, Angostura Bitters, and agave. Shake well and strain into your tumbler. Garnish with a slice of lime.


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