A drinker's deep dive.

Until recently, mezcal was not widely known outside of Mexico. In the last few years, however, mezcal has exploded in popularity, with variants in bars and bar carts all over the world. While big distributors have begun producing it, the primary source of high-quality mezcal is still artisanal, small-batch manufacturers, using techniques that've been handed down for generations. Author Emma Janzen unpacks the history, origins, and uses of the drink, while providing a must-taste list of all the best cocktails and the bars that serve them, across the United States and Mexico.

  • By Emma Janzen
  • 240 pages
  • Hardback
  • Voyageur Press
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