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“We don’t have a drink menu at The Passenger. Instead, we write four or five cocktails on a chalkboard every day. People often just tell us what they’re in the mood for though, and
we work with their tastes. This is an interpretation of an Old
Fashioned, using mezcal instead of rye, and sherry rather than
sugar. Pechuga is a type of mezcal that has a silky, meaty flavor. Pedro Ximenez sherry has a lot of raisin and date qualities, which go really well with that smoky meatiness. The allspice dram and the bitters are accents—the salt and pepper of the cocktail that add spice and balance. Because of its dark-fruit flavors, I named it pasa negra, which means ‘black raisin.’”

Who Alexandra Bookless, head bartender

Where The Passenger  



2 ounces Del 
Maguey pechuga mezcal

¾ ounce Pedro 
 Ximenez sherry

¼ ounce allspice 

1 dash Angostura 

1 dash Regan’s Orange Bitters 
No. 6



Stir ingredients together in an ice-filled rocks glass. Garnish with a lemon twist. 


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