How to Make a Perfect Mezcal Old Fashioned



Here’s a good old fashioned cocktail: a Tequila And Mezcal Old Fashioned! The base is the same as the Martini, just with less alcohol. You’ll also want to change the garnish to something less syrupy. 2 ounces Tequila or Mezcal (or both) or simple syrup

Combine the Tequila (and/or Mezcal) with simple syrup and ambers in a mixing glass full of ice. Stir well. Strain into rocks or highball glass. If the cocktail is served in glasses it will look better when the garnish is on top, but if serving the cocktail in a glass with the garnish down, the garnish will cover up the flavor of the tequila. If serving the mezcal old fashioned in shot glasses, place about one inch of the garnish down for an appearance much like a shot.

In a blender, combine the strained Mezzabotta and Grand Marnier for a nice thick shake. Add crushed ice and Grand Marnier for an old fashioned cocktail drink. If you don’t have a blender, try using a food processor or a simple blender. You can add the dry ingredients to the blender and turn the mixture on low to thicken.

For a really smooth cocktail, try the agave spirits. These are made from agave nectar which can be purchased in some supermarkets and markets. It is a sweet, dark red liquid that has a strong aroma and a very sweet flavor. If you are looking for a more floral or fruity mezcal, try the agave spirits. There are many recipes out there for a wonderful mezcal old fashioned. If you don’t care too much for agave, you can use any variety of fruit as the base of your cocktail.

One way to get started making your own masterpiece is to use an apple corer to chop up the dried fruits. You can choose from blueberry, cherry, raspberry and any other kind of red fruit. Then, use the apple syrup and orange bitter to give your drink a kick. The agave can be strained into a blender or a processor, and you’ll want to add the rest of the ingredients to the blender. Stir well to blend all the ingredients.

Now, you can pour the blended fruit into your mezcal old fashioned glass, and add any other ingredients you wish to include. You can also use your imagination when it comes to decorating the glass. You may add a garnish of any fruit, or a sprinkle of sugar. Another fun addition is to place a star on the top. Now you’re ready to make your first authentic mezcal otello!

For this recipe, you will need your mezcal old fashioned glass, some ice, a cocktail shaker, and two dashes of Tequila Blond or other brand of sparkling water. Stir in the ingredients and pour in the ice. Fill your shaker with ice, shake, and pour into your glass. If you wish, you can also decorate the outside of your glass with tealight holders or just leave it plain. The idea is to have something that will enhance the look of your drink.

If you are using a Mezzanine Cocktail Table, you may want to use some of the gorgeous glassware featured by the Smoky Apple Distillery as well. They have beautiful, high quality glasses in a number of beautiful designs. To make your cocktail glass look even more exciting, why not purchase a tealight holder with a smoky apple pattern? This would be a great addition to any mezcal old fashioned table setting. Your guests will be impressed with your choice in cocktail glassware and your Mezzanine Cocktail Table will look attractive from every angle.

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