2 pieces per serve


Un Tequila?


Para todo mal, Mezcal. Para todo bien, tambien


How does it taste? Compared to crisp Tequila or often-smoky mezcal, sotol tends to be bright and grassy. Depending on how and where it's made, some bottlings can have musky, earthy or vegetal characteristics. It's not unusual for some to liken sotol's funky aroma to sweaty socks.


Pit-roasted agave produces a smokier taste, similar to Oaxacan mezcal, and clay-roasted agave gives the raicilla a cleaner, more herbal characteristic, not unlike a strong gin.

Powered by

Beautiful menus for QR code table ordering, pickup delivery and payments.

Learn more