Piñas are pineapples and also the nickname of the source of Tequila
|1||oz||Blanco tequila, Don Julio Blanco|
|1⁄2||oz||Orange liqueur, Cointreau|
|1||bsp||Maraschino Liqueur, Luxardo|
|2||sli||Pineapple (Rings, cut into quarters)|
Muddle pineapple rings and Peychaud's. Add remaining ingredients and shake well over ice. Double strain. Lemon twist garnish.
Cynar and Tequila are both smoky, and this highlights them. Nice texture, complex in the midpalate, savory and bitter back.
A piña is the name given to the core of the agave plant, from which tequila is made. Agave piñas resemble pineapple fronds.
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