Since Silencio’s Cora Tang told me that their mini bottles were selling like hot cakes others in the industry seem to be headed the same direction. The sudden move to off premise sales means that everyone is scrambling to present
El Silencio has a fun angle on life lived in isolation under the specter of Coronavirus, they're selling mini 50ml bottles along with some cocktail inspiration. A close up of a Silencio 50ml mini bottle next to a Cactus Cooler with
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[caption id="attachment_7815" align="alignnone" width="1024"] [media-credit id=3 align="alignnone" width="1024"][/media-credit] The line up of cocktails for the Tacolicious Crab Bender dinner.[/caption] Tacolicious' annual crab dinners are right around the corner which is always a great opportunity to open up the wallet for a San Francisco tradition but this year they're doing things a bit differently at the Marina location because the companion cocktails for the meal are all made with mezcal and now that marijuana is legal in California, CBD as well. They're using El Silencio for all the cocktails and sourcing their CBD from Sonoma Hills Farm.The cooking and mixing with marijuana trend has been bubbling away for some time but, given the legal necessity, always underground. Now that things are out in the open people are starting to experiment and we're glad to see that mezcal is in the mix.
No visit to Los Angeles is complete without a stop at Ramirez Liquor. I usually hit the one at Soto and 7th so I can check out tacos on Cesar Chavez. They have a few other locations around the city,