À la Diable

1 oz Mezcal
12 oz Cassis, Lejay
12 oz Lime juice
14 oz Ginger syrup
4 oz Sparkling rosé wine
1 twst Lemon peel
Instructions
Shake first four ingredients and strain slowly and at an angle over sparkling wine in a flute. Garnish with a lemon peel.
Notes
A guest couldn't decide between a Kir Royale and a spicy mezcal drink, so I riffed on El Diablo.
From other users
  • Tastes about like you'd expect. Mezcal in your rosé. Y'know what they say? — ☆☆☆
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2 Comments

DrunkLab's picture

Au diable! I knew I

Au diable! I knew I misremembered. Thanks Frog. I meant "a la," a phrase I think I got from Nabokov, but now I like au better.