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[size=33]Bryan Cranston Really Wants George Clooney To Try His New Mezcal
Shall we line up the shots?
by MEGAN SCHALTEGGER
AUG 13, 2019[/size]
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ICYMI, Bryan Cranston is joining the mezcal business with former co-star, Aaron Paul. And since it's uncharted territory for the seasoned acting vet, he's looking to George Clooney for a little help. Ya know, the guy that started a billion dollar tequila brand, Casamigos? Him.
The pair announced their post-Breaking Bad venture on Instagram last month, and frankly, we're just happy they chose a slightly more, um, legal route IRL. "We had the time of our lives while shooting Breaking Bad and truly built a very special bond," Cranston wrote on social media. "Knowing that we couldn’t share the screen for quite a while - our thoughts turned to a new project. We sipped cocktails and thought about what it should be."
Ultimately, they settled on creating Dos Hombres, an artisanal Mezcal handcrafted in Oaxaca, Mexico. And now, Cranston is dying for Clooney to weigh in with his expert advice.
While chatting with reporters at MLB Pitcher Clayton Kershaw's 7th Annual Ping Pong 4 Purpose event at Dodgers Stadium, he revealed his plan: Get the Casamigos founder to give Dos Hombres a try. "I have not [sent it to him] but I am knocking on his door," Cranston joked. "I am right behind him."
Clearly, he's passionate about the stuff—but not just from a business perspective. "I love to drink it neat, maybe a little bit of ice, put it in a Bloody Mary instead of vodka," Cranston said at the event. "Make a little mezcal Bloody Mary, and you are in business." [/size]
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