Mexico’s Gifts to the World
When Mexico gives, she gives with both hands. Flavour and fascination. Colour and craft. Innocence and iconography. She is the source the world drinks from.
Corazon de Melon
Peloton de La Muerte Mezcal, lime juice, grenadine, watermelon & beet Juice, pomegranate molasses, Habanero Hellfire shrub and cherry bitters. The sweetest part of the watermelon lies waiting to be adored at the fruit’s very centre.
La Niña Fresa
Vanilla infused Peloton de la Muerte Mezcal, Disaronno liqueur, Cocchi Barolo Chinato, lime, agave syrup and Tepache. We take the title of a popular Mexican song about a spoilt girl who was offered Tepache.
Montelobos Mezcal, Mancino Chinato, Rinomato Aperitivo and Ancho Reyes Verde. A Mezcal based Negroni spiced with the dark green Poblano chilli that grows in the Mexican mountains and takes the name Ancho when dried.
Nuestra Soledad Ejutla Mezcal, Domaine de Canton ginger liqueur, Suze liqueur, lemon, aloe vera, guava purée, rose syrup and activated charcoal. When warrior Nauhani died, her loyal eagle threw itself to earth and became the Pico de Orizaba volcano.
Vanilla infused Peloton de la Muerte Mezcal, El Ultimo Agave Almond liqueur, Kahlua coffee liqueur, cinnamon syrup, espresso and Aztec Chocolate bitters. Mexico’s beauty lives in its deep-rooted history and intriguing traditions stemming from pre-Colombian civilization.
Coconut fat washed Olmeca Altos Anejo Tequila, Agavero Tequila liqueur, agave syrup, coffee beans and Ella Canta special batch bitters. The Olmec were the first population to inhabit the land of Mexico.
Flor de Nopal
Patron Silver Tequila, cactus, pimento and prickly pear liqueur, cactus jam & water, lemon, cinnamon syrup, Amargo Vallet bitter liqueur and spiced red Mexican wine. Under the Mexican sun, the Opuntia cactus bears pear-like fruits and neon flowers.
Avocado honey washed Patron Silver Tequila, Galliano l’Autentico liqueur, chilli and mandarin peel infused agave syrup, Peychaud’s bitter and XTA anise liqueur. The Spaniards gave the region Yucatán its name because the Mayan people answered their questions with the phrase ‘uh yu ka t’ann’ meaning ‘hear how they talk’.
Butterfly pea flower, Casamigos Blanco Tequila, Huana Guanabana Rum liqueur, homemade papaya shrub, lime, egg white and lavender syrup. The vivid mauve (malva) and orange colouring of traditional Talavera pottery express the starting vibrancy of Mexican culture.
Hacienda de Chihuhua Sotol Plata, Nardini Acqua di Cedro liqueur, rhubarb syrup, Seedlip Spice, mandarin juice, mint and Dandelion Burdock bitters. A Mexican folk song longs for love of Chihuahua in northern Mexico – the land that inspired Sotol made from agave.
Felix La Sonorense
Bacanora Cielo Rojo, Vodka, salsa verde and guacamole mix, spiced clamato with chia seeds and coconut syrup, chipotle sauce and lime. Mexican cinema’s feisty heroine María Félix was Domingo Rivera’s muse and Sonora’s most beautiful daughter.
Estancia Raicilla, Bacardi Carta Blanca, Peligroso Cinnamon Tequila liqueur, Evangelista Ratafia, homemade spiced pineapple purée, dragon fruit syrup, guanabana, lime and Aztec chocolate bitters. The Onca is a jaguar that symbolised power for the Aztec warriors and was made manifest in the powerful deity Tezcatlipoca.
Classically the Margarita consists of two parts Tequila, one part triple sec, and one part lime juice. Here is our twist on this classic.
Maestro Dobel Humito, St Germain elderflower liqueur, lime, salty chilli grapefruit shrub, Peychaud’s bitter, Amargo Vallet bitter liqueur. The Aztec Goddess of the Maguey (agave) plant and one of the protectors of fertility.
Kaffir lime leaves infused Patron Silver Tequila, pear purée, lime, homemade ginger syrup, egg white and sage. The national flower of Mexico, the daisy, is known worldwide as Margarita.
Coa de Jima
Patron Reposado Tequila, Huana Guanabana Rum liqueur, homemade spiced pineapple purée, aloe vera, vanilla syrup, lime, passion fruit and champagne foam. El Jimador, an agave farmer, never separates from his Coa de Jima as it gives him rewards in abundance.
Patron Silver Tequila, Patron Citronge Orange liqueur, guava marmalade, grapefruit and lime. Decorated skulls are revered during the Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico and bright daisies are placed within them to create vibrant displays.