Better call Saul… for a ride home, that is. Former "Breaking Bad" co-stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul just debuted a new mezcal called Dos Hombres, an homage to "two guys on a quest." The actors took to Instagram to announce the spirit, which is made by hand in Mexico.
The story about how Dos Hombres came to be is quite cute, actually. Cranston (who played chemist-turned-drug dealer Walter White) and Paul (who played his partner Jesse Pinkman) were having dinner at a sushi bar three years ago in New York, talking about life and how they could work together again.
"We had the time of our lives while shooting Breaking Bad and truly built a very special bond," they wrote on Instagram. "Knowing that we couldn't share the screen for quite a while — our thoughts turned to a new project."
So the duo brainstormed potential ventures over cocktails. Looking down at his drink, Paul proposed they "do a really special mezcal," so they began their search. After a "long and crazy journey," they stumbled upon San Luis del Rio in Oaxaca, Mexico, a small, hillside village known for its rich soil and plentiful rainfall.
"It was on a dirt-road, in a tiny village, hours away from the center of town, we found it and it was perfect," they wrote. "We looked at each other and just simply nodded. This is it."
Multi-generational craftsman here make Dos Hombres with a blend of espadin, one of the most common agave varieties used in mezcal production. Cranston and Paul say they're crazy about the taste and aroma of their product, which includes apple, mango, sapote, wood and smooth smoke notes.
Dos Hombres is currently available for online through Reserve Bar. The delivery service ships exclusively to Arizona, California, Nevada, New Jersey and New York. "Breaking Bad" fans and boozers elsewhere can only hope a bottle ends up on the shelf at one of the 150 best bars in America.
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