5 Rules for Drinking Mezcal

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5 Rules for Drinking Mezcal

Contributed by Kara Newman - liquor.com

So you’re a tequila drinker—a sipper, a snob, a stasher of rare earthen bottles. You spend 20 minutes poring over the spirit list at a divey Mexican restaurant while your friends mindlessly plow through pitchers of Margaritas. You use words like mouthfeel and terroir unselfconsciously. You know your stuff.

Now all of a sudden here comes mezcal, a new (to you) agave spirit that’s bolder, wilder, more unpredictable, with a wide range of varieties that are downright mystifying. Quite frankly, you’re intimidated. That’s OK, we’re here to help. We tapped Chris Reyes of NYC’s agave-obsessed Temerario to walk through you some basic rules. Click Here To Read More!

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