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Punch Week: An Introduction to Punch We’ve never been much for punch. The word evokes rainbow sherbet and 7-Up or, even worse, concoctions served out of plastic trash cans at college parties. If there’s one thing we avoid in a drink, it’s consuming it out of a Solo cup; and in our experience, punch has always been served in just that way. We’ve had our suspicions for a while that we’ve been missing...

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12 Drinks of Christmas 2016: Whiskey Hot Toddy Cocktail Recipe Happy holidays! It’s the time of the year for holiday decorations, twinkling lights, warm spices, and a rolling series of parties, gatherings, and celebrations. For the second year in a row, we’ll be adding to the festivities with twelve drinks to make all of those parties just a little merrier and brighter. Today, we take a peek in the ‘medicine’...

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12 Drinks of Christmas 2016: Mediterranean Mulled Wine Cocktail Recipe Happy holidays! It’s the time of the year for holiday decorations, twinkling lights, warm spices, and a rolling series of parties, gatherings, and celebrations. For the second year in a row, we’ll be adding to the festivities with twelve drinks to make all of those parties just a little merrier and brighter. Monday’s cider put us into a mulling...

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12 Drinks of Christmas 2016: Pear Walnut Ginger Mulled Cider Cocktail Recipe Happy holidays! It’s the time of the year for holiday decorations, twinkling lights, warm spices, and a rolling series of parties, gatherings, and celebrations. For the second year in a row, we’ll be adding to the festivities with twelve drinks to make all of those parties just a little merrier and brighter. One of our favorite things about winter...

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12 Drinks of Christmas: Aztec Eggnog For the eleventh drink of Christmas, my true love served to me … an Aztec Eggnog. It’s the 11th of our 12 ideas to make your holiday parties merry and your nights by the fire bright. There are a handful of food and drink recipes in our lives that are so good that we must have them, and so rich that we must limit how often we consume them. Turning them into a holiday tradition is a...

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