Many cocktails are sultry and seductive creations, arguably best suited to cool nights and dark rooms. But some carefully mixed libations can be perfect for when warm weather arrives, or even on the patio in the blazing sunshine. Especially, according to some, when gin is involved. “Gin is always the first spirit I look to when putting together a summer cocktail list,” said Jeffrey Morgenthaler, bar manager at Portland, Ore.’s Clyde Common. “Our guests have come to ...
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