Your Mezcal Might Literally Be Made with Love
Back in the day, people working the fields would carve their lovers’ names into agave leaves, hoping for good luck in romance. Some of those same plants could have been used to make the mezcal you sip today.
The Art of Drinking Mezcal Made from Wild Agave
As its name suggests, wild agave isn't cultivated like the plants used to make most of the mezcal out there—and drinking mezcal made from it is a whole new experience.
This Refreshing Mezcal Cocktail Won't Make You Hallucinate
After a couple of these herby, smoky little drinks, you may find yourself slathering your body in sunscreen and dragging your boombox out to the stoop.