lado del sur

Lado Del Sur

Meaning “Side Of The South” in it’s Spanish Translation,  the Lado Del Sur is an obvious, and delicious twist on an old 1920’s South Side Cocktail.
Read Paul Clarke’s ditty on the famous prohibition refresher here.

In a tin, tamp down 8 large mint leaves. then add:

1.5oz reposado tequila (casa pacifica works, or el jimador)
.5oz agave nectar (2:1 ratio)
.5oz fresh grapefruit juice
.5oz fresh lemon juice
3 dashes of regan’s orange bitters

shake and fine strain into a bucket glass
fill with crushed ice and add a dash or two of angostura bitters for aromatics
dust a large mint sprig with powdered sugar, and use for garnish


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