He barely survived the trip home due to the obscene temperature outside. Walking in, he turned on the kitchen light to a loud pop and a flash. Darkness. Letting out a loud sigh he walked right back to the elevator. He checked the temperature again-- negative twenty. When the doors opened on the first floor he was wrapped up, . . .
A few sips in he realized this would not be like any tasting he had ever attended. No sales pitch was lurking in the shadows. No brand to be seen. Each glass bottle held clear liquid and had blue painters tape attached. In Sharpie, he could read date, agave, and distiller.
He had been invited to try his buddies personal . . .
Two for One Margs!
I have gone back and forth for years and years on the Margarita recipe I stand by. There are great ones out there all across the sweetness spectrum. Some call for lemon and lime. Some just call for one or the other. There are even some modern ones calling for Yellow Chartreuse. The thing with Margaritas is I am never . . .
All Tequila is Mezcal but not all Mezcal is Tequila
Tequila and Mezcal
Note: This category of Spirits is in an interesting stage due to new laws and the appreciation for Mezcal in the United States currently.
Tequila has been protected by law for a long time and has to follow a few rules. It can only be made in five states: Jalisco, Guanajuato, Michoacán, . . .