3⁄4 oz Mezcal (Verde)
1⁄2 oz Rye, Rittenhouse 100
1⁄2 oz Cassis
1⁄2 oz Pine liqueur
3⁄4 oz Lime juice
Instructions

Shake strain, coupe.
Express lemon.
Serve.

Notes

I really think the mix works. Tell me...
Maybe lacks of bitterness.

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2020
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Comments

I was going to give this a shot, but I wanted to confirm it's lime juice in the build and a lemon garnish?  That's a bit unusual (no pun intended).  And does "Mezcal (Verde)" refer to the Mezcal Verde Momento brand (mad props for their label game)?


If I had to guess, it means green like "green cowhand" - unaged. Thanks,  Zachary


Yes, it's verde/Momento mezcal. Not too smoky...

I've tried both, even without peel. Just a preference.

You should try first a sip without.


I've just edited the recipe, ratio for rye was 1/5 but it's not.

Just modified to 1/3 but i do not remember right now the exact ratio.

Seems too short for the amount of liqueurs.

I am going to check...