Operators around the country are welcoming winter with spirits-driven seasonal cocktails distinct from the light, fruit-forward tipples fashioned in balmier times. These creations tend to showcase headier liquors, flavorful fall and winter fruits and sweet, aromatic spices, all selected for their warming effect on patrons. “In spring and summer, you’re looking at fruits and berries and thinking of all the flavor combinations,” said Dustin Dickson, bar manager of the ...
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