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Tequila Tasting Dinner on March 29 at Tacofino

Something tasty is about to happen at Tacofino. The Commissary is having a four-course Tequila Tasting menu that pairs  Tacofino’s celebrated Mexican-inspired cuisine with an array of south-of-the-border spirits such as blanco, reposado and añejo varieties of tequila.

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Tickets to Commissary’s Tequila Tasting Dinner are $49 per person plus tax, gratuity and ticketing fees and available via Eventbrite. Still on the fence? Here’s the mouth-watering menu:

Handcrafted Cocktail Upon Arrival

Amuse

First
Wild Argentinian Prawn Ceviche
Wood Sorrel, Avocado and Papaya Salad
Pepper, Lime and Coconut Water Tiger’s Milk
Yucca Crisps
Papalote Rehilete Blanco

Second
Smoked Tuna Tostada
Charred Plantain and Avocado Crema
Collard Slaw and Pickles
Tamarind Salt, Habanero Oil
Wansas Reposado

Third
Gordita
Pork Cheek and Belly Barbacoa
Sweet and Savoury Mung Beans
Green Mole, Zapote Negro
Tomatillo and Pickled Onion
Aha Yeto Anejo

Fourth
Cotija Churro Taco
Pear Sorbet
Diablo Sauce
Koch El Mezcal

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“This is a unique opportunity for both the curious and die-hard fans of all things tequila to sip some of Mexico’s best agave exports,” says Tacofino Managing Partner Gino Di Domenico. “We have designed the menu to accent and inform each of these unique spirits we’ve selected.”

For more information on Tacofino or to stay up-to-date on its latest developments, go to www.tacofinocommissary.com, become a fan on Facebook or follow  on Twitter or Instagram.

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