Tequila. Parading down South Beach wearing nothing but a mustache and a strategically placed sombrero. Hey, you might even celebrate Cinco de Mayo.
And if that’s the case, we’ve got something to help the cause.
Enter the Guacamole Margarita, a new off-menu conglomerate of your favorite dip’s ingredients doused in mezcal, available now from the refined imbibers at the Dutch.
Okay, technically they’re calling this thing a Smokey Oaxacan. But between you and us, this is a generously spiked version of a bowl of guac. (BYO chips.)
So as you head into the Dutch tonight (or any day this weekend, for that matter) to self-administer the required dosage of Little Oyster Sandwiches, give your friendly barman Rob a quick head nod and ask for the Smokey Oaxacan by its given name.
The exact recipe involves what you’ve come to expect in your guac: whole avocado, cilantro, jalapeño, peppercorn, a hint of lime juice. Things start to take a turn toward the epic when pineapple-infused mezcal is shaken into the mix. Then the whole thing gets served up in a coupe glass—the one molded from Marie Antoinette’s... curvier assets.
Oh, and if you ask nicely, Rob’ll sub the pineapple-infused mezcal for a jalapeño version that’s been infusing for two days.
You may want to prep that chaser of queso.