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Partygoers feast on barbacoa, beer and pulque, a traditional alcohol made of the fermented sap of agave.
The Mint to Be smoothie includes banana, almond milk, mint, cocoa powder, a scoop of chocolate protein and a nice touch of agave.
For cooks, there will be oils, vinegars, spice mixes, sauces, including barbecue sauce, mayhaw vinegar and spicy agave nectar.
Tequila lovers will enjoy a visit, but even the less agave-obsessed will appreciate San Miguel.
Moët Hennessy’s new premium tequila, Volcán de Mi Tierra, recycles the water used in the agave-milling process at its distillery, located at the base of Mexico’s aptly named Tequila Volcano.
Small, dark, and hip, In Situ is for the veteran mezcal drinker; trust the bartender and leave with a jar of pickled agave flowers.
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.
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.
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