How to drink Empirical: Ayuuk & Ginger Ale
Our new core spirit Ayuuk is based on Pasilla Mixe, a special smoke-dried chili that grows in a cloud forest. For this serve, the chili’s pleasantly spicy, vegetal notes are balanced out with the zesty, bite of ginger.
2 parts Ayuuk
3 parts Ginger Ale
Flaky Sea Salt
Squeeze of Lemon
Pour the desired amount of Ayuuk in a glass over large ice cubes
Top up with ginger ale and mix
Add a squeeze of lemon juice and a pinch of flaky sea salt
Finish with a cucumber ribbon
Recipe by R+D
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The main ingredient in this spirit, Pasilla Mixe, is a special, smoke-dried chili grown at 2,700 meters above sea level by the Mixe people — known in their native language as Ayuuk. Once fully ripened, the chilis are partially dried on the plant and finished on wicker racks over gnarled hardwood smoke. The true Pasilla Mixe possesses a twilight, dark red fruitiness and a unique earthiness that reflects the rugged terroir in which it grows.