Sweet, spiked dessert drinks
(Continued from page 2) Beverage directors and wine merchants alike have noticed young adults’ current penchant for sweet wines — not just slightly off-dry Amarones, but very sweet wines. Moscato dessert wine, for example, is now so popular that Old Chicago has added it to its wine list. Some restaurants are taking this trend even further by adding alcohol to desserts. The Counter, a 32-unit better burger chain, has started offering wine milkshakes, for example. The most ...
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