Brand Lajita mezcal
Regular price £32.89
Lajita Mezcal is similar to tequila but it is made from a different agave plant and contains a worm in the drink. The nose is smoky with a natural earthy aroma. On the palate it is medium body with a little burn, smoky flavours and a smooth finish. Read more.
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Mezcal Lajita is a classic smoky and earthy Mezcal produced by the renowned Licores Veracruz in Oaxaca, Mexico. Triple distilled and aged in oak casks for over five months, which produces a 'rested' taste and quality. Every bottle contains a single agave worm, which is a traditional guarantee of Mezcal quality.
Mezcal Lajita is a classic smoky and earthy Mezcal produced by the renowned Licores Veracruz in Oaxaca, Mexico.
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Mezcal Margarita Recipe (aka Mezcalita)
There's no surprise that Margaritas are one of the world's favourite cocktail recipes, with all it's various versions and adaptations. If you love smokey flavours, you're gonna love the Mezcal Margarita (aka Mezcalita). If you're reading this and wondering what is mezcal, let us quickly fill you in. Mezcal is a type of alcohol made from the agave plant. Here’s an interesting fact: tequila is mezcal, but not all mezcal is tequila. Tequila is made from only one type of agave plant (blue agave), but mezcal can be made from 11 different varieties of agave. The biggest difference between them is that for mezcal, the agave is cooked in pits in the ground. This is what gives it that signature smoky flavour! All the same rules apply here - you can be as creative as you like with swapping your fruits for quirky and fun flavours (Jalapenos maybe, as so many of you love a spicy marg, so not create your own Spicy Mezcal Margarita?!)