Para Todo Bien

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““Para todo mal, Mezcal, y para todo bien, también” which means "For everything bad, there’s Mezcal, and for everything good too." Sip some, and say the same!”
– Laila Grainawi

Garnish: jalapeño-cilantro salt rim
Bar Tools: jigger, knife, cobbler shaker, plate for rim, bar spoon or teaspoon
Glass: collins

Each box includes all ingredients including garnish. Bar tools and glassware not included but can be ordered separately at checkout.

All orders for alcohol are fulfilled by Keystone Wine & Spirits.

  1. Chill Collins Glass by placing in fridge/freezer or by filling with ice water and setting aside for 5 minutes.
  2. Cut 1 lime in half crosswise, then squeeze the 2 halves of lime into a cup and set aside for step 5 (note: 1 lime will yield approximately 1.00 oz fresh lime juice – you will only need 0.75 oz per cocktail).
  3. Remove Collins Glass from fridge/freezer or if using ice water, empty the glass.
  4. Pour jalapeño-cilantro into a plate. Moisten the outer rim of the glass by rubbing the outer edge with a zest of lime then tip glass to plate and roll back and forth in jalapeño-cilantro salt.
  5. Measure and add all ingredients (except for garnish and club soda) to Cobbler Shaker.
  6. Fill shaker with ice, place top of Cobbler Shaker back on the shaker, and shake vigorously for 10 seconds.
  7. Add ice to rimmed Collins Glass and strain shaken cocktail into the glass.
  8. Top with measured amount of club soda and stir  gently with a bar spoon or teaspoon to incorporate.
  9. Cheers!
  • 1 Banhez Mezcal (375ml bottle)
  • 6oz Cocktail Courier Pineapple Syrup
  • 3 Q Club Soda
  • 7 Fresh Limes
  • 1 Jalapeño-Cilantro Salt

Learn more at banhezmezcal.com

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8 Cocktails per order*
*Tip to bartender, Taxes & Delivery Included

Laila Grainawi
Cocktail Courier | Chicago
Laila Grainawi has always been a creative soul. When she graduated from art school (MICA) she started working as a graphic designer and a knitwear designer in N...

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Reviews (20)


We love mezcal but have never attempted to make something at home. This is one of the best mezcal drinks we have had.

Stacey S.
Mucho Bien

Very tasty cocktail. Great for someone new to Mezcal!

Johnny C.
Loved it!!!!!

We had never tried Mezcal. What a pleasant surprise!!!! The smokiness is delightful. The spicy finish gives it a nice kick. We don’t tolerate spicy things well, so we added more salt to the mixture so we just got subtle heat in the end. Our friends loved it too!

Gary T.
Refreshing and Different

I’ve never had Mezcal before and wasn’t expecting such a smoky taste, however combined with the pineapple juice I still found it refreshing.

Jacqueline R.
Easy and tasty

Simple recipe…great taste. Concerns about sweetness of pineapple syrup were unfounded—however salt mixture was spicy as expected.

Kelly L.

Amazing mix of flavors!! Kudos?

Arriann H.
Very Smoky

If you dont like a smoke flavor—this drink is not for you. I have learned that I do not like Mezecal. It is very overpowering and did not work well for me.

Allan B.

I thought the drink did a good job of balancing the smoky mezcal and sweet pineapple flavors. I am personally not a fan of salt rims but I liked the added touch.

Nadia A.

Taste great and easy to make.

Eric H.
Great finish to an evening

This smoky Mezcal drink is a great finish to any summer evening. The spicy salt rim adds a punch that is expertly balanced with the subtle sweetness of the pineapple and smoky mescal. It’s the perfect summer cocktail for the adventurous spirit. Enjoy this cocktail, you won’t be disappointed!

Jason C.
Now I know.

Well, I know what liquor I don’t like now! The Mezcal was WAY too smoky for me. The other people who tried it didn’t dislike it as much as I did but they didn’t love it either. Maybe it’s an acquired taste. I hate submitting a bad review for a cocktail when really it’s my dislike of the liquor involved but I want to make sure others are aware of the smokiness if they haven’t tried Mezcal before.

Susan S.
Memories of Oaxaca

Mezcal not being exactly a go-to ingredient at my house, I appreciated this fresh take on a margarita. I love the sweetness the pineapple brings, with the smoke from the mezcal and the spice from the salt, this drink brought it all together nicely. What a great use for a great Oaxacan tradition, mezcal.

Tiana D.
Good, exotic drink

Very tasty incrediants that offered a unique take on mezcal. Really enioyed the incrediants, especially the salt garnish.

Michael R.

Delicious combination.

Scott G.
Para Todo Bien = Muy Bien!

Love to order a mescal based drink every once in a while, and this one hit every flavor I love. The sweetness & smokiness was a perfect balance! Plan to duplicate this drink very soon!

Mike P.
Too "smoky" tasting for my taste buds

I found this drink to be very “smoky” and bitter tasting, even when I added simple syrup. And the chili salt very hot.

Geri P.
Para Todo Bien es mucho delcisioso!

This was a delicious recipe. Very refreshing blend of flavors that developed from sip to swallow. I especially liked the salt/pepper/cilantro rimming blend. I will definitely make this again.

Emily A.
Spicy Sips

Generally liked the drink but found the spicy salted rim overpowered the taste of the cocktail. Upped the mezcal and lime on the second prep and used less salt on the rim. Good drink on a warm afternoon.

John W.
Great Combination!

A nice pairing of a base (mezcal) and citrus (line) with a sweet component (pineapple). On our second go round, I backed off on the pineapple syrup a little to make the drink less sweet.

Darren K.
Smoky, and grows on you

Cons: Not a huge fan of the garnish. Overly spicy, but ok in very small amounts. Also the pineapple syrup is very thick, so not as easy to pour/mix as others, but not terrible.

Pros: Great, complex flavor. The contrast of the mescal vs the lime juice is very enjoyable.

Andrew N.