Mexican Haze

No, I don’t mean your favorite brand from the “medical” dispensary. I deal in booze. And today, in honor of the tasty California air made crunchy with wild fire detritus, I’m whipping out something fancy from my personal stash.

The loonies over at Hanger One have this limited edition liquor called Qi. http://www.qispirits.com/ One of them is, essentially, smoke liquor. It looks like artificial smoke flavoring, smells like your clothes after a bonfire, and is all in all a horrible beverage idea.

That I take as a personal challenge.

So if you’re curious what one does with smoke flavor in your cocktails, come on down to the 4. Hint: it involves tequila, that’s why it’s Mexican Haze.

4:20, game on. At the bar.

Johnathon Cervelli
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Johnathon Cervelli

Johnathon Cervelli guides the Splunk solution portfolio driving customer success using Splunk for IT operations and application delivery. Through his team of product managers and field deployed engineers, he is responsible for GTM outcomes, customer satisfaction, and continuing the rapid pace of Splunk innovation. Prior to this he bootstrapped Splunk Cloud as the field and GTM leader and ran the Splunk Enterprise product management group. Before Splunk he’s been a world-wide product marketing leader for Blue Coat, a strategy manager in Asia for Microsoft and helped turn around a medium manufacturer as the director of IT and operations. An avid traveler and chef, he enjoys searching for the next exotic meal. Johnathon holds MCSE and CCNA certifications, a degree in Political Science from the University of Chicago and an MBA from the Yale School of Management.

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