"El Duende | Crafted Pour"

"This cocktail is named after a Latin American legend that originated in the Iberian Peninsula. The Duende, often picturised as gnome-like, was seen as both good and evil. Hiding in the walls of houses he would come out to clip the toenails of little children, often cutting off the whole toe. He was also said to inhabit the forests, leading lost children back to safety ", "undefined", "El Duende ",

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El Duende By , May 8, 2009 This cocktail is named after a Latin American legend that originated in the Iberian Peninsula. The Duende, often picturised as gnome-like, was seen as both good and evil. Hiding in the walls of houses he would come out to clip the toenails of little children, often cutting off the whole toe. He was also said to inhabit the forests, leading lost children back to safety
This cocktail is named after a Latin American legend that originated in the Iberian Peninsula. The Duende, often picturised as gnome-like, was seen as both good and evil. Hiding in the walls of houses he would come out to clip the toenails of little children, often cutting off the whole toe. He was also said to inhabit the forests, leading lost children back to safety Ingredients: - Koch Mezcal Artisanal - Jalapeno Infused Blanco Tequila Instructions: Shake everything with ice and strain into a chilled coupe glass. Garnish with the lime wheel Tropical,Originals,Agave,Shaken,Sours,Summer