The appeal of spiked coffees is more about familiar, comforting flavors than the flamboyant techniques and exotic ingredients of today’s trendy cocktails. But with a tweak here and a twist there, some operators are refreshing the formulas and service styles of these popular and profitable after-dinner drinks. Ironically, this comes at a time when packaged caffeine and alcohol combinations have come under regulatory scrutiny. The Food and Drug Administration recently ordered makers of ...

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