All the elements of a classic daiquiri: rum, lime, and Maraschino liqueur, with a special twist. Mezcal El Silencio adds a sophisticated bit of smoke to what’s otherwise a bright, cheery cocktail. Click for the recipe.
@MezcalSilencio "notes of smoke, ash + white pepper | hints of fig, sweet potato + stone fruits | slight mineral finish but bright + crisp
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"be careful: one mezcal is just right, two is too many, three is not enough"
The Dr. ShiVago is a sweet Italian aperitif with an earthy richness, citrus bite, and a hint of vanilla to tame the agave spirit. Click for the recipe, courtesy of Service Bar, named one of North America's 50 Best Bars.
The synergy of Mezcal El Silencio, grapefruit, lime, agave, tamarind, artichoke, and chile salt will open up your palate to new dimensions of flavor. Click for the recipe, courtesy of Solita Tacos & Margaritas in Chicago.
Created by resident mixologist Aaron Medina, the Escape to Oaxaca and Brimstone mezcal cocktails have just the right amount of sweet, juicy heat. Click for the recipes, courtesy of MercBar in Phoenix.
The Summer Breeze is a riff on a Piña Colada—bittersweet, tropical, and a touch smoky—mixing Mezcal El Silencio, rum, Aperol, and pineapple juice. Click for the recipe, courtesy of Its Italian Cucina in Austin.
Combine Mezcal El Silencio, Tequila Dahlia, chile liqueur, agave, and lime, and you’ve got the Smoke Show 11—a smoky, spicy, sweet escape. Click for the full recipe, courtesy of Hale Street Cantina in Chicago.
The combination of smoky mezcal and the fresh, zesty notes of citrus to the raspberry sorbet turns a delicious cocktail into a refreshing, surprisingly light aperitif. Click for the recipe, courtesy of Idle Hands in Austin.
The Ruins’ cócteles de casa center around a vast collection of agave spirits, highlighting two Mezcal El Silencio cocktails: the Skeleton Saint and Sante Muerte. Click for the recipes, courtesy of Ruins Bar in Dallas.
The "Red Sky At Night" cocktail uses the smoky nature of mezcal to create complexity in its sweet-tart, rhubarb counterpart. Click for the recipe, created by resident mixologist Eddie Avila III of The Fishery in San Diego.
Cool, floral, and smoky, this elevated elderflower cocktail uses vanilla-infused Mezcal El Silencio to balance out the floral and fragrant notes of citrus. Click for the recipe, courtesy of Odd Duck in Austin.
The Noche Silenciosa is a sweet but earthy cocktail, with house-made beet juice for a stunning fuchsia presentation. Click for the recipe, courtesy of Beverage Director Kevin Banegas at El Techo in Washington, DC.
The "Silencio Encendido" cocktail is made with fresh fruit juices, honey, jalapeño, and a dash of fire water bitters creating a welcomed complexity of flavor. Click for the recipe, courtesy of Bouldin Acres in Austin.