This is a teeny tiny library to get you acquainted with the ingredients used on a daily basis to create our quality cocktails and our authentic quality dishes. This is definitely not an elaborate A to Z, but a quick in-the-know so we can talk shop when you arrive. If you have any questions about the meat cuts, ingredients, cocktails and more, please feel free to ask our incredible team.
WE ARE TASTE BUDS
Cozcacuauhtli signifies long life, wisdom, good counsel and mental equilibrium.
- Ocho Blanco -
- Lime Juice -
- Orgeat & earl grey syrup -
- Sprite -
Ozomahtli is a day for creating, for play, for celebrating.
- Del Maguey crema - - Lime juice -
- Frangelico -
- Ginger beer -
Atl is a day for purification by subjecting oneself to the ordeal of conflict.It is a good day for battle, a bad day for rest. Water brings out the scorpion, who must sting its enemies or else sting itself.
- Del Maguey Vida Mezcal,
infused with bacon - Lime juice -
- Orange & honey shrub -
- Miraculous foamer - Orange flower -
Xochitl is a day, for creating beauty and truth, especially that which speaks to the heart.
- Ocho Tequila Blanco -
- White wine -
- Creme de violette -
- Camomille syrup -
- Elderflower Tonic -
An key ingredient for seasoning our quality meats. Also a great herb to add to a Salmuera brine.
What is a good authentic meal without a tad of garlic to get all the flavours mixed and matched.
Such an essential herb to compliment our El Pollito dish. The fresh and essential taste awakens your tastebuds.
SALT & PEPPER
(Sal y Pimienta)
Super important for any dish and salsa is this great and well -known combination. Simple, but most important.
Mezcal is distilled alcoholic beverage. The word mezcal comes from Nahuatl mexcalli which means "oven-cooked agave". Agaves or magueys are found mainly in many parts of Mexico and all the way down to the equator, though most mezcal is made in Central Mexico.
Studies shows that only 42 species of agave, plus their multiple varieties are used to make mescal. The distribution of agaves in Mexico that are used to make mescal is headed by Oaxaca with 18 species. The Espadín is the most widely cultivated species. The maguey easily adapts to adverse nutritional and climatic conditions and requires high light intensities.
Drinking these mescals contributes with different chemical compounds to our bodies, and produces a direct effect on the brain signals, releasing neurotransmitters, which are biomolecules that transmit information between our neurons.
Effected neurotransmitters are Adrenaline & Dopamine.
Let's get in touch with our feelings.
Mescal taps in to our sense of freedom, sense of desire, sense of wisdom, sense of achievement. Long story short, it's really good for your friday drink-on.