"Huatusco | Crafted Pour"

"A combination of Oaxacan mezcal and mole bitters, and Italian red bitters and amaro, this cocktail is named after Huatusco de Chicuellar; a Mexican city with a large and proud Italian heritage. Despite this drink not sharing many of it’s original ingredients, I consider this cocktail a riff on the Negroni, in that it is still an equal parts drink where one ingredient provides proof, another provides bitterness, and another provides sweetness. By this definition, the espresso martini could share the same structure as the Negroni, despite being a world apart in taste.", "undefined", "Huatusco",

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Huatusco By , May 8, 2009 A combination of Oaxacan mezcal and mole bitters, and Italian red bitters and amaro, this cocktail is named after Huatusco de Chicuellar; a Mexican city with a large and proud Italian heritage.

Despite this drink not sharing many of it’s original ingredients, I consider this cocktail a riff on the Negroni, in that it is still an equal parts drink where one ingredient provides proof, another provides bitterness, and another provides sweetness. By this definition, the espresso martini could share the same structure as the Negroni, despite being a world apart in taste. A combination of Oaxacan mezcal and mole bitters, and Italian red bitters and amaro, this cocktail is named after Huatusco de Chicuellar; a Mexican city with a large and proud Italian heritage. Despite this drink not sharing many of it’s original ingredients, I consider this cocktail a riff on the Negroni, in that it is still an equal parts drink where one ingredient provides proof, another provides bitterness, and another provides sweetness. By this definition, the espresso martini could share the same structure as the Negroni, despite being a world apart in taste. Ingredients: - Bittermens Xocolatl Mole Bitters - Campari Instructions: