Mezcal is the smoky secret to this hopped-up slushie.
Making your own cannabis-infused liquor that’ll give you a buzz in two ways isn’t as hard as you think. And you can then use that liquor to make this mezcal cocktail.
Although beets maybe seem like an odd or unnecessary addition to a shrub, they actually keep the sweetness in check with a welcome earthiness. And the shrub makes a fantastic mixer in this riff on a Margarita.
The Dana Scully is a smoky, spirit-forward sipper. Like its namesake agent, the Mezcal, Cynar, Cointreau and raspberry liqueur creation is a striking burnt vermillion. It’s a no-nonsense recipe for a no-nonsense agent.
Mezcal and Concord grapes? The surprising duo create a smoky, fall-forward cocktail.
Not a fan of rum? Try this classic tiki drink with Chartreuse instead.
Mezcal and pistachios whisper sweet nothings in this cocktail from Dirty Habit in San Francisco.
This corn and mezcal cocktail was named after the eponymous Mayan god of maize.
This tequila and mezcal cocktail from New York bar Wallflower was inspired by chilled corn soup.