Whether hot, cold or alcoholic, spicy beverages are getting a lot of attention these days. Restaurants and foodservice operators across the country are mixing up drinks that are as full-flavored as their food—and consumers are loving it. And it’s not just happening at Happy Hour. Spicy beverages are making an appearance at nearly every daypart, including breakfast and brunch. Adding spices or heat to drinks is an easy way to inject excitement into your existing breakfast ...
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