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The sweetness of crème and tartness of ginger beer make the perfect combination in this cocktail.This recipe is courtesy...

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The sweetness of crème and tartness of ginger beer make the perfect combination in this cocktail.

This recipe is courtesy of Aubrey Joy Schuster from bevvy.co.

Ingredients

  • 2 Ounces mezcal
  • 3 Ounces ginger beer
  • 1 Teaspoon crème de cassis
  • 1 lime wedge

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I first encountered mezcal during a particularly fun party in Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans a while back. And I’ve been hooked ever since.

So I did what any curious spirits enthusiast would do: I began my mezcal education with the help of Lou Bank—the host of the podcast Agave Roadtrip and founder of S.A.C.R.E.D (Saving Agave for Culture, Recreation, Education and Development), a 501(c)3 not-for-profit that uses traditional and artisanal agave spirits from rural Mexico as a channel to advance the communities that produce truly special mezcals and raicilla.

“What I experienced my [first] time in Oaxaca showed me that there was something very special going on with these spirits—that they tasted so different because they were made in a way that spirits aren’t normally made. Time stood still in these communities. They were using methods that had disappeared during the industrial revolution. I went back the following year, and the year after that,” Bank says. “My great hope is to get people to drink more agave spirits that have been made the non-industrial way. But I don’t believe that the public can just jump from drinking vodka-and-soda to drinking neat spirits that taste like cheese or roasted poblanos.

From left: The Haitian Divorce, Tiger Lily, Summer Dayz, Pinot Noir Mezcal Mule, and Dry Curaçao . [+] Margarita

Photo Illustration: Kristin Tablang

And it seems like his efforts—combined with others’—have been working: Mezcal has been growing increasingly popular each year for the past several years. Not too long ago, the Distilled Spirits Council released that Mexico’s other popular agave-based spirit has grown from less than 50,000 cases in 2009 to more than 350,000 in 2017—a massive leap by any measure.

And while I enjoy my mezcals neat, sipping them slowly after a grueling Monday, I also love what they bring to cocktails: nuanced and varying flavor profiles, a satisfying finish, and (more often than not) a smokey touch. The spirit is also wonderfully versatile: You can make cocktails for any season or occasion or non-occasion.

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So here, 13 spirits professionals shared the (easy-to-make) mezcal cocktails they’ll be making for themselves this winter. And you best believe that I’ll be making them too—because who says no to a mezcal hot chocolate?


13 Easy-To-Make Mezcal Cocktails For Winter

I first encountered mezcal during a particularly fun party in Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans a while back. And I’ve been hooked ever since.

So I did what any curious spirits enthusiast would do: I began my mezcal education with the help of Lou Bank—the host of the podcast Agave Roadtrip and founder of S.A.C.R.E.D (Saving Agave for Culture, Recreation, Education and Development), a 501(c)3 not-for-profit that uses traditional and artisanal agave spirits from rural Mexico as a channel to advance the communities that produce truly special mezcals and raicilla.

“What I experienced my [first] time in Oaxaca showed me that there was something very special going on with these spirits—that they tasted so different because they were made in a way that spirits aren’t normally made. Time stood still in these communities. They were using methods that had disappeared during the industrial revolution. I went back the following year, and the year after that,” Bank says. “My great hope is to get people to drink more agave spirits that have been made the non-industrial way. But I don’t believe that the public can just jump from drinking vodka-and-soda to drinking neat spirits that taste like cheese or roasted poblanos.

From left: The Haitian Divorce, Tiger Lily, Summer Dayz, Pinot Noir Mezcal Mule, and Dry Curaçao . [+] Margarita

Photo Illustration: Kristin Tablang

And it seems like his efforts—combined with others’—have been working: Mezcal has been growing increasingly popular each year for the past several years. Not too long ago, the Distilled Spirits Council released that Mexico’s other popular agave-based spirit has grown from less than 50,000 cases in 2009 to more than 350,000 in 2017—a massive leap by any measure.

And while I enjoy my mezcals neat, sipping them slowly after a grueling Monday, I also love what they bring to cocktails: nuanced and varying flavor profiles, a satisfying finish, and (more often than not) a smokey touch. The spirit is also wonderfully versatile: You can make cocktails for any season or occasion or non-occasion.

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So here, 13 spirits professionals shared the (easy-to-make) mezcal cocktails they’ll be making for themselves this winter. And you best believe that I’ll be making them too—because who says no to a mezcal hot chocolate?


13 Easy-To-Make Mezcal Cocktails For Winter

I first encountered mezcal during a particularly fun party in Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans a while back. And I’ve been hooked ever since.

So I did what any curious spirits enthusiast would do: I began my mezcal education with the help of Lou Bank—the host of the podcast Agave Roadtrip and founder of S.A.C.R.E.D (Saving Agave for Culture, Recreation, Education and Development), a 501(c)3 not-for-profit that uses traditional and artisanal agave spirits from rural Mexico as a channel to advance the communities that produce truly special mezcals and raicilla.

“What I experienced my [first] time in Oaxaca showed me that there was something very special going on with these spirits—that they tasted so different because they were made in a way that spirits aren’t normally made. Time stood still in these communities. They were using methods that had disappeared during the industrial revolution. I went back the following year, and the year after that,” Bank says. “My great hope is to get people to drink more agave spirits that have been made the non-industrial way. But I don’t believe that the public can just jump from drinking vodka-and-soda to drinking neat spirits that taste like cheese or roasted poblanos.

From left: The Haitian Divorce, Tiger Lily, Summer Dayz, Pinot Noir Mezcal Mule, and Dry Curaçao . [+] Margarita

Photo Illustration: Kristin Tablang

And it seems like his efforts—combined with others’—have been working: Mezcal has been growing increasingly popular each year for the past several years. Not too long ago, the Distilled Spirits Council released that Mexico’s other popular agave-based spirit has grown from less than 50,000 cases in 2009 to more than 350,000 in 2017—a massive leap by any measure.

And while I enjoy my mezcals neat, sipping them slowly after a grueling Monday, I also love what they bring to cocktails: nuanced and varying flavor profiles, a satisfying finish, and (more often than not) a smokey touch. The spirit is also wonderfully versatile: You can make cocktails for any season or occasion or non-occasion.

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So here, 13 spirits professionals shared the (easy-to-make) mezcal cocktails they’ll be making for themselves this winter. And you best believe that I’ll be making them too—because who says no to a mezcal hot chocolate?


13 Easy-To-Make Mezcal Cocktails For Winter

I first encountered mezcal during a particularly fun party in Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans a while back. And I’ve been hooked ever since.

So I did what any curious spirits enthusiast would do: I began my mezcal education with the help of Lou Bank—the host of the podcast Agave Roadtrip and founder of S.A.C.R.E.D (Saving Agave for Culture, Recreation, Education and Development), a 501(c)3 not-for-profit that uses traditional and artisanal agave spirits from rural Mexico as a channel to advance the communities that produce truly special mezcals and raicilla.

“What I experienced my [first] time in Oaxaca showed me that there was something very special going on with these spirits—that they tasted so different because they were made in a way that spirits aren’t normally made. Time stood still in these communities. They were using methods that had disappeared during the industrial revolution. I went back the following year, and the year after that,” Bank says. “My great hope is to get people to drink more agave spirits that have been made the non-industrial way. But I don’t believe that the public can just jump from drinking vodka-and-soda to drinking neat spirits that taste like cheese or roasted poblanos.

From left: The Haitian Divorce, Tiger Lily, Summer Dayz, Pinot Noir Mezcal Mule, and Dry Curaçao . [+] Margarita

Photo Illustration: Kristin Tablang

And it seems like his efforts—combined with others’—have been working: Mezcal has been growing increasingly popular each year for the past several years. Not too long ago, the Distilled Spirits Council released that Mexico’s other popular agave-based spirit has grown from less than 50,000 cases in 2009 to more than 350,000 in 2017—a massive leap by any measure.

And while I enjoy my mezcals neat, sipping them slowly after a grueling Monday, I also love what they bring to cocktails: nuanced and varying flavor profiles, a satisfying finish, and (more often than not) a smokey touch. The spirit is also wonderfully versatile: You can make cocktails for any season or occasion or non-occasion.

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So here, 13 spirits professionals shared the (easy-to-make) mezcal cocktails they’ll be making for themselves this winter. And you best believe that I’ll be making them too—because who says no to a mezcal hot chocolate?


13 Easy-To-Make Mezcal Cocktails For Winter

I first encountered mezcal during a particularly fun party in Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans a while back. And I’ve been hooked ever since.

So I did what any curious spirits enthusiast would do: I began my mezcal education with the help of Lou Bank—the host of the podcast Agave Roadtrip and founder of S.A.C.R.E.D (Saving Agave for Culture, Recreation, Education and Development), a 501(c)3 not-for-profit that uses traditional and artisanal agave spirits from rural Mexico as a channel to advance the communities that produce truly special mezcals and raicilla.

“What I experienced my [first] time in Oaxaca showed me that there was something very special going on with these spirits—that they tasted so different because they were made in a way that spirits aren’t normally made. Time stood still in these communities. They were using methods that had disappeared during the industrial revolution. I went back the following year, and the year after that,” Bank says. “My great hope is to get people to drink more agave spirits that have been made the non-industrial way. But I don’t believe that the public can just jump from drinking vodka-and-soda to drinking neat spirits that taste like cheese or roasted poblanos.

From left: The Haitian Divorce, Tiger Lily, Summer Dayz, Pinot Noir Mezcal Mule, and Dry Curaçao . [+] Margarita

Photo Illustration: Kristin Tablang

And it seems like his efforts—combined with others’—have been working: Mezcal has been growing increasingly popular each year for the past several years. Not too long ago, the Distilled Spirits Council released that Mexico’s other popular agave-based spirit has grown from less than 50,000 cases in 2009 to more than 350,000 in 2017—a massive leap by any measure.

And while I enjoy my mezcals neat, sipping them slowly after a grueling Monday, I also love what they bring to cocktails: nuanced and varying flavor profiles, a satisfying finish, and (more often than not) a smokey touch. The spirit is also wonderfully versatile: You can make cocktails for any season or occasion or non-occasion.

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So here, 13 spirits professionals shared the (easy-to-make) mezcal cocktails they’ll be making for themselves this winter. And you best believe that I’ll be making them too—because who says no to a mezcal hot chocolate?


13 Easy-To-Make Mezcal Cocktails For Winter

I first encountered mezcal during a particularly fun party in Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans a while back. And I’ve been hooked ever since.

So I did what any curious spirits enthusiast would do: I began my mezcal education with the help of Lou Bank—the host of the podcast Agave Roadtrip and founder of S.A.C.R.E.D (Saving Agave for Culture, Recreation, Education and Development), a 501(c)3 not-for-profit that uses traditional and artisanal agave spirits from rural Mexico as a channel to advance the communities that produce truly special mezcals and raicilla.

“What I experienced my [first] time in Oaxaca showed me that there was something very special going on with these spirits—that they tasted so different because they were made in a way that spirits aren’t normally made. Time stood still in these communities. They were using methods that had disappeared during the industrial revolution. I went back the following year, and the year after that,” Bank says. “My great hope is to get people to drink more agave spirits that have been made the non-industrial way. But I don’t believe that the public can just jump from drinking vodka-and-soda to drinking neat spirits that taste like cheese or roasted poblanos.

From left: The Haitian Divorce, Tiger Lily, Summer Dayz, Pinot Noir Mezcal Mule, and Dry Curaçao . [+] Margarita

Photo Illustration: Kristin Tablang

And it seems like his efforts—combined with others’—have been working: Mezcal has been growing increasingly popular each year for the past several years. Not too long ago, the Distilled Spirits Council released that Mexico’s other popular agave-based spirit has grown from less than 50,000 cases in 2009 to more than 350,000 in 2017—a massive leap by any measure.

And while I enjoy my mezcals neat, sipping them slowly after a grueling Monday, I also love what they bring to cocktails: nuanced and varying flavor profiles, a satisfying finish, and (more often than not) a smokey touch. The spirit is also wonderfully versatile: You can make cocktails for any season or occasion or non-occasion.

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So here, 13 spirits professionals shared the (easy-to-make) mezcal cocktails they’ll be making for themselves this winter. And you best believe that I’ll be making them too—because who says no to a mezcal hot chocolate?


13 Easy-To-Make Mezcal Cocktails For Winter

I first encountered mezcal during a particularly fun party in Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans a while back. And I’ve been hooked ever since.

So I did what any curious spirits enthusiast would do: I began my mezcal education with the help of Lou Bank—the host of the podcast Agave Roadtrip and founder of S.A.C.R.E.D (Saving Agave for Culture, Recreation, Education and Development), a 501(c)3 not-for-profit that uses traditional and artisanal agave spirits from rural Mexico as a channel to advance the communities that produce truly special mezcals and raicilla.

“What I experienced my [first] time in Oaxaca showed me that there was something very special going on with these spirits—that they tasted so different because they were made in a way that spirits aren’t normally made. Time stood still in these communities. They were using methods that had disappeared during the industrial revolution. I went back the following year, and the year after that,” Bank says. “My great hope is to get people to drink more agave spirits that have been made the non-industrial way. But I don’t believe that the public can just jump from drinking vodka-and-soda to drinking neat spirits that taste like cheese or roasted poblanos.

From left: The Haitian Divorce, Tiger Lily, Summer Dayz, Pinot Noir Mezcal Mule, and Dry Curaçao . [+] Margarita

Photo Illustration: Kristin Tablang

And it seems like his efforts—combined with others’—have been working: Mezcal has been growing increasingly popular each year for the past several years. Not too long ago, the Distilled Spirits Council released that Mexico’s other popular agave-based spirit has grown from less than 50,000 cases in 2009 to more than 350,000 in 2017—a massive leap by any measure.

And while I enjoy my mezcals neat, sipping them slowly after a grueling Monday, I also love what they bring to cocktails: nuanced and varying flavor profiles, a satisfying finish, and (more often than not) a smokey touch. The spirit is also wonderfully versatile: You can make cocktails for any season or occasion or non-occasion.

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So here, 13 spirits professionals shared the (easy-to-make) mezcal cocktails they’ll be making for themselves this winter. And you best believe that I’ll be making them too—because who says no to a mezcal hot chocolate?


13 Easy-To-Make Mezcal Cocktails For Winter

I first encountered mezcal during a particularly fun party in Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans a while back. And I’ve been hooked ever since.

So I did what any curious spirits enthusiast would do: I began my mezcal education with the help of Lou Bank—the host of the podcast Agave Roadtrip and founder of S.A.C.R.E.D (Saving Agave for Culture, Recreation, Education and Development), a 501(c)3 not-for-profit that uses traditional and artisanal agave spirits from rural Mexico as a channel to advance the communities that produce truly special mezcals and raicilla.

“What I experienced my [first] time in Oaxaca showed me that there was something very special going on with these spirits—that they tasted so different because they were made in a way that spirits aren’t normally made. Time stood still in these communities. They were using methods that had disappeared during the industrial revolution. I went back the following year, and the year after that,” Bank says. “My great hope is to get people to drink more agave spirits that have been made the non-industrial way. But I don’t believe that the public can just jump from drinking vodka-and-soda to drinking neat spirits that taste like cheese or roasted poblanos.

From left: The Haitian Divorce, Tiger Lily, Summer Dayz, Pinot Noir Mezcal Mule, and Dry Curaçao . [+] Margarita

Photo Illustration: Kristin Tablang

And it seems like his efforts—combined with others’—have been working: Mezcal has been growing increasingly popular each year for the past several years. Not too long ago, the Distilled Spirits Council released that Mexico’s other popular agave-based spirit has grown from less than 50,000 cases in 2009 to more than 350,000 in 2017—a massive leap by any measure.

And while I enjoy my mezcals neat, sipping them slowly after a grueling Monday, I also love what they bring to cocktails: nuanced and varying flavor profiles, a satisfying finish, and (more often than not) a smokey touch. The spirit is also wonderfully versatile: You can make cocktails for any season or occasion or non-occasion.

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So here, 13 spirits professionals shared the (easy-to-make) mezcal cocktails they’ll be making for themselves this winter. And you best believe that I’ll be making them too—because who says no to a mezcal hot chocolate?


13 Easy-To-Make Mezcal Cocktails For Winter

I first encountered mezcal during a particularly fun party in Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans a while back. And I’ve been hooked ever since.

So I did what any curious spirits enthusiast would do: I began my mezcal education with the help of Lou Bank—the host of the podcast Agave Roadtrip and founder of S.A.C.R.E.D (Saving Agave for Culture, Recreation, Education and Development), a 501(c)3 not-for-profit that uses traditional and artisanal agave spirits from rural Mexico as a channel to advance the communities that produce truly special mezcals and raicilla.

“What I experienced my [first] time in Oaxaca showed me that there was something very special going on with these spirits—that they tasted so different because they were made in a way that spirits aren’t normally made. Time stood still in these communities. They were using methods that had disappeared during the industrial revolution. I went back the following year, and the year after that,” Bank says. “My great hope is to get people to drink more agave spirits that have been made the non-industrial way. But I don’t believe that the public can just jump from drinking vodka-and-soda to drinking neat spirits that taste like cheese or roasted poblanos.

From left: The Haitian Divorce, Tiger Lily, Summer Dayz, Pinot Noir Mezcal Mule, and Dry Curaçao . [+] Margarita

Photo Illustration: Kristin Tablang

And it seems like his efforts—combined with others’—have been working: Mezcal has been growing increasingly popular each year for the past several years. Not too long ago, the Distilled Spirits Council released that Mexico’s other popular agave-based spirit has grown from less than 50,000 cases in 2009 to more than 350,000 in 2017—a massive leap by any measure.

And while I enjoy my mezcals neat, sipping them slowly after a grueling Monday, I also love what they bring to cocktails: nuanced and varying flavor profiles, a satisfying finish, and (more often than not) a smokey touch. The spirit is also wonderfully versatile: You can make cocktails for any season or occasion or non-occasion.

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So here, 13 spirits professionals shared the (easy-to-make) mezcal cocktails they’ll be making for themselves this winter. And you best believe that I’ll be making them too—because who says no to a mezcal hot chocolate?


13 Easy-To-Make Mezcal Cocktails For Winter

I first encountered mezcal during a particularly fun party in Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans a while back. And I’ve been hooked ever since.

So I did what any curious spirits enthusiast would do: I began my mezcal education with the help of Lou Bank—the host of the podcast Agave Roadtrip and founder of S.A.C.R.E.D (Saving Agave for Culture, Recreation, Education and Development), a 501(c)3 not-for-profit that uses traditional and artisanal agave spirits from rural Mexico as a channel to advance the communities that produce truly special mezcals and raicilla.

“What I experienced my [first] time in Oaxaca showed me that there was something very special going on with these spirits—that they tasted so different because they were made in a way that spirits aren’t normally made. Time stood still in these communities. They were using methods that had disappeared during the industrial revolution. I went back the following year, and the year after that,” Bank says. “My great hope is to get people to drink more agave spirits that have been made the non-industrial way. But I don’t believe that the public can just jump from drinking vodka-and-soda to drinking neat spirits that taste like cheese or roasted poblanos.

From left: The Haitian Divorce, Tiger Lily, Summer Dayz, Pinot Noir Mezcal Mule, and Dry Curaçao . [+] Margarita

Photo Illustration: Kristin Tablang

And it seems like his efforts—combined with others’—have been working: Mezcal has been growing increasingly popular each year for the past several years. Not too long ago, the Distilled Spirits Council released that Mexico’s other popular agave-based spirit has grown from less than 50,000 cases in 2009 to more than 350,000 in 2017—a massive leap by any measure.

And while I enjoy my mezcals neat, sipping them slowly after a grueling Monday, I also love what they bring to cocktails: nuanced and varying flavor profiles, a satisfying finish, and (more often than not) a smokey touch. The spirit is also wonderfully versatile: You can make cocktails for any season or occasion or non-occasion.

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9 Easy Tequila Cocktail Recipes For Summer

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So here, 13 spirits professionals shared the (easy-to-make) mezcal cocktails they’ll be making for themselves this winter. And you best believe that I’ll be making them too—because who says no to a mezcal hot chocolate?


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