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Flavor of the Week: Shrubs Bring Sweet and Sour Elements to Beverages

It also can be diluted, or added to still or sparkling water for a sweet and tangy beverage. Related: Flavor of the Week: Oh my hybrid, clementine Shrubs can be made either hot or...  more »

Flavor of the Week: Cynar 'Every Bartender's Bitter Secret Weapon'

Cynar is experiencing a resurgence on cocktail menus as consumer interest in bitter and botanical flavors grows. Made from 13 different herbs and plants, including the main...  more »

Flavor of the Week: Cheese Tea Wins Over U.S. Consumers

Though its name might initially raise eyebrows among American consumers, cheese tea, aTaiwanese-born beverage found throughout Asia, is now gaining popularity stateside. To create...  more »

Rose Water Imbues Treats With Delicate Aroma

Rose water is made by steeping rose petals in water, a practice that probably originated in the Middle East. The premium ingredient is most often used as a flavoring agent,...  more »

Bartenders Find That The Kitchen's Trash Can Be Their Treasure

Bartenders are finding new ways to collaborate with the kitchen, using leftover herbs, peels and even avocado pits to inspire new drinks. The result is cocktails that not only...  more »

Broth goes from humble liquid to hot trend

No bones about it, broth is hot. Three years ago, the New York Times ran a story about bone broth that unleashed a continuing flood of articles and media reports testifying to the...  more »

A heady coffee culture is brewing

The coffee industry is in the throes of a revolution. Third-wave coffee, sustainable sources, gourmet brews, hyper-local messaging and the continuous elevation of the humble cup of...  more »

Fall season ushers in new wave of flavors/cocktails

There are no hard and fast rules for fall and winter cocktails. The run dates, spirits, flavors and presentations are at the operator's whim. If there is a common denominator, it...  more »

Tips for pairing cheese and hard cider

According to The Cider Guide, 241 producers in 35 apple-producing states are working to supply consumers' thirst for this bubbly, fruity, gluten-free beverage. For the on-premise...  more »

Making spirits bright with holiday-themed cocktails

Holiday cocktails offer many pleasures. They range from the bold, spice-infused whiskeys that enchant the spirits fan to the sweet, creamy spiked coffees and hot chocolates that...  more »

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