2013 Cocktail Trends

The year 2012 was the year of Negronis, barrel-aged cocktails and gin. But with cocktail culture flourishing in the US, and innovative ba...
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Next Cocktail Style: Low Alcohol

“Bartenders are giving people the option to order more civilized low-alcohol drinks. We do a house-bottled Pimm’s Cup made with ginger beer and Campari, which has just 25 percent alcohol by volume (about half that of whiskey) and it’s one of our biggest sellers. As the American palate changes toward more of those dryer, bitter tastes and more reasonable tastes, I think you’ll see that trend growing over the next few years.” —Bryan Dayton; Oak at Fourteenth, Boulder, Colorado

Recipe: Pimm's Cup (left)

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