For most Americans, the flavors of Thanksgiving are pretty simple and straightforward: turkey, cranberry, apple or pumpkin pie, maybe some potato chips for watching the game, and beer.But what about a Thanksgiving Day cocktail?Given that the cocktail is surely the most American of drinks, having been invented on these shores, and Thanksgiving is without question the most American of holidays, the fit would seem to be ideal. The only question that remains is which flavors to use in its ...

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