Para todo mal, Mezcal, y para todo bien, también.
"For everything bad, Mezcal, and for everything good as well." Most often consumed straight or with salt, chilis and an orange, lemon, or lime, Mezcal is an agave-based spirit whose production methods vary widely depending on the region, traditions and preferences of the producer. Rather than boiling or steaming the agave, which is done in Tequila production, Mezcal is made by cooking the agave in wood-fired pits before fermentation. Consequently, Mezcal is often characterized by smoky nuances, which are a product of this alternative production method.