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  • La Casita's Tepache Toreador

    “This is based on tepache, a traditional Mexican fermented beverage, crossed with a Margarita-style drink called a Toreador,” says La Casita bartender Ben Mudge.

    Now to love|Dec 03, 2019

  • La Casita's Rosado

    “This cocktail is named for its pink colour, which comes from the hibiscus syrup we make,” says La Casita bartender Ben Mudge. “It’s garnished with candied flowers and a grilled lemon slice, which gives it a lovely caramelised lemon flavour.”

    Now to love|Dec 02, 2019

  • La Casita's rice Mexicana

    “This dish is good enough to eat on its own,” says La Casita chef Josh Lewis.“The key is building up the layers of flavour, starting with good caramelisation on the rice.”

    Now to love|Dec 02, 2019