Inspired by the better-bar trend, some operators are enlivening frozen cocktails with fresh, seasonal ingredients; premium spirits; and whimsical spins like adult popsicles and push-ups. At ADC, the rooftop pool lounge of the Donovan House in Washington, D.C., frozen specialty cocktails “are flying off the roof,” said Kevin Haiz, a marketing consultant to the hotel. “We sell a couple hundred drinks a night.” Three frozen drink machines pump out vodka, rum and tequila ...
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