"Johann Goes to Mexico | Crafted Pour"

"Last week I looked to another cocktail book to gain some context on agave spirits. In particular, mezcal and tequila. At our home bar studio, these spirits often go underutilized because of my own unfamiliarity (infamiliarity? disfamiliarity?) with them. My mother is a huge tequila fan, and most of the drinks I caught her with growing up reeked of Patr贸n rofl 馃ぃ I figured it was high time to dive into agave distillates and round out my palette a little bit more! This week's featured cocktail is delicious. Like if y'all've ever had a Trinidad Sour before, it's like that, but less potent (and it's got mezcal)! If you've tried to work yourself up to a more Angostura-heavy drink, l'd definitely recommend this as a starting point. Due to the greater volume of bitters, it is a rather dry drink, but that red color makes up for it in presentation! It's balanced. Smoky, grassy, a little sour, a little sweet, a little bitter with a hint of dryness. Mmm mmm delicious (and well worth popping the top off of my Angostura bottle!)", "undefined", "Johann Goes to Mexico",

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Johann Goes to Mexico By , Last week I looked to another cocktail book to gain some context on agave spirits. In particular, mezcal and tequila. At our home bar studio, these spirits often go underutilized because of my own unfamiliarity (infamiliarity? disfamiliarity?) with them. My mother is a huge tequila fan, and most of the drinks I caught her with growing up reeked of Patr贸n rofl 馃ぃ
I figured it was high time to dive into agave distillates and round out my palette a little bit more!

This week's featured cocktail is delicious. Like if y'all've ever had a Trinidad Sour before, it's like that, but less potent (and it's got mezcal)! If you've tried to work yourself up to a more Angostura-heavy drink, l'd definitely recommend this as a starting point. Due to the greater volume of bitters, it is a rather dry drink, but that red color makes up for it in presentation! 

It's balanced. Smoky, grassy, a little sour, a little sweet, a little bitter with a hint of dryness. Mmm mmm delicious (and well worth popping the top off of my Angostura bottle!) Last week I looked to another cocktail book to gain some context on agave spirits. In particular, mezcal and tequila. At our home bar studio, these spirits often go underutilized because of my own unfamiliarity (infamiliarity? disfamiliarity?) with them. My mother is a huge tequila fan, and most of the drinks I caught her with growing up reeked of Patr贸n rofl 馃ぃ I figured it was high time to dive into agave distillates and round out my palette a little bit more! This week's featured cocktail is delicious. Like if y'all've ever had a Trinidad Sour before, it's like that, but less potent (and it's got mezcal)! If you've tried to work yourself up to a more Angostura-heavy drink, l'd definitely recommend this as a starting point. Due to the greater volume of bitters, it is a rather dry drink, but that red color makes up for it in presentation! It's balanced. Smoky, grassy, a little sour, a little sweet, a little bitter with a hint of dryness. Mmm mmm delicious (and well worth popping the top off of my Angostura bottle!) Ingredients: - Mezcal - Lemon Juice Instructions: Combine, shake, strain x2, serve! Spirit Forward,Dry,Bitter,Balanced,Simple