A cocktail is poured at Ghost Donkey, a mezcal bar in New York. Never has the liquor — tequila’s smokier, rougher parent spirit — been more visible, plentiful or popular. Barely a month passes without a new mezcal bar opening in some American city.
A cocktail is poured at Ghost Donkey, a mezcal bar in New York. Never has the liquor — tequila’s smokier, rougher parent spirit — been more visible, plentiful or popular. Barely a month passes without a new mezcal bar opening in some American city. John Taggart The New York Times
A cocktail is poured at Ghost Donkey, a mezcal bar in New York. Never has the liquor — tequila’s smokier, rougher parent spirit — been more visible, plentiful or popular. Barely a month passes without a new mezcal bar opening in some American city. John Taggart The New York Times

Here, try some mezcal. But not too much.

June 04, 2017 11:14 AM

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