La Palabra

This mezcal twist on a Last Word is dry, smoky, and supple.


  • Served in rocks
  • 37% ABV


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Green Chartreuse 3.75cl 1.25oz
Mezcal 3.0cl 1.0oz
Triple sec 3.0cl 1.0oz
Lime juice 2.25cl 0.75oz
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  1. Add ingredients to mixing glass.
  2. Stir with ice.
  3. Strain into a chilled rocks glass.


This mezcal twist on a Last Word comes to us from Cocktail Virgin/Slut. Frederic, the author, writes:

The cocktail's aroma was mainly the herbaceous green Chartreuse supplemented by a hint of smokiness from the Mezcal. The sip was dry and crisp with citrus notes; in fact, it was the driest Last Word variation I have tasted. The swallow was similar to the nose for it was replete with smoke and Chartreuse flavors. Ted explained his breaking from the standard Last Word's equal parts recipe as Chartreuse did not play well with the Mezcal so he had to up the liqueur's proportion to make it stand out.

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