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Tuxca, just now being imported into the U.S. for the first time, is an ancestral agave distilled spirit produced in the Tuxcacuesco region of Jalisco.
Look for tonic made with cane sugar or agave (not high-fructose syrup), such as Q, Fever-Tree or Fentimans, for a balanced mix of sweetness cut with quinine bitterness.
Southern Glazer’s Egor Polonskiy led a hands-on agave-cocktail class.
Also, at Madison Social, dessert can be a real cocktail such as the Madison Mule (a Moscow Mule with cucumber and agave added) or a sweet treat.
Be sure to sink your teeth in Chef Funes’ Frozen Snickers Crunch Bar, as well as try the Cusp’ o Lantern, a cocktail with vodka, fresh orange juice, lemon-lime soda, orange bitters and agave. 5-10 p.m. Tuesday.
Treat yourself to Bite Beauty’s Agave Lip Mask Champagne, a luxe lip mask that rejuvenates with organic ingredients including agave nectar and jojoba oil.
For those who imbibe, the creative cocktails are a must, like Mexican Breath, a mix of tequila with green jalapeños, avocado and green apple purée, coriander and agave nectar.
Either is perfect with the grapefruit, lime, agave, firewater bitters and a Tajín-speckled cucumber slice.
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