Contemporary cocktail culture is doing its best to offset winter’s frosty temperatures, as mixologists and chefs tinker with classic recipes and introduce spices, tinctures, infusions, syrups and teas to create new flavor profiles.Traditional winter warmers, like Irish Coffee and spiked cider, have doggedly stayed in fashion, especially in colder climates, even as overall cocktail trends have ebbed and flowed. Until recently, few creative alternatives to these old favorites were available. ...
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