A spicy, savory take on the Oaxaca Old-Fashioned.
(n.) A sweetener made from the agave plant. To make agave nectar, juice is extracted from the ripe heart of the plant (the piña), which is then filtered and heated…
(n.) A cactus-like perennial plant native to the American Southwest and Mexico that yields a starchy heart (the piña) used to make tequila and agave nectar.
This industry stalwart omits orange liqueur in favor of agave syrup.
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