Mezcal and Concord grapes? The surprising duo create a smoky, fall-forward cocktail.
Not a fan of rum? Try this classic tiki drink with Chartreuse instead.
Mezcal and pistachios whisper sweet nothings in this cocktail from Dirty Habit in San Francisco.
This corn and mezcal cocktail was named after the eponymous Mayan god of maize.
This tequila and mezcal cocktail from New York bar Wallflower was inspired by chilled corn soup.
A twist on the classic, a little mezcal and ancho chile liqueur gives the Negroni a smoky and spicy finish.
Mezcal shoots to kill in Steve Schneider's smoky cocktail that's bolstered by chile-tinged bitters and a homemade honey-pineapple syrup for sweet balance.
It's a very simple drink on all fronts, yet very complex—and some might say that's the beauty of it.
Mezcal in a Martini? Try this olive juice-spiked concoction.
The classic Last Word cocktail goes south of the border.