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STIR tequila with three ice cubes in a glass. Add other ingredients and STIR with more ice. Top up ice and STIR some more.
Orange zest twist (flamed)
An agave based old-fashioned with a wonderful hit of smokiness from the mezcal.
Created 2007 by Philip Ward at Death & Co., New York City, USA and now one of many tequila and mezcal-based drinks at Phil's own bar Mayahuel, also in Manhattan.
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