"Often it's difficult to construct nonalcoholic drinks without making them fruity sugar bombs," says Jennifer Colliau. She admires this drink, created by cocktail purist Thad Vogler because it's a straightforward sour that uses tea instead of a spirit as its base. (A huge tea fan, Vogler drinks several cups a day.) Slideshows:  Cocktails for the Coupe 

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  • In a cocktail shaker, combine all of the ingredients except ice and shake well. Add ice and shake again. Pour through a fine strainer into a chilled coupe.

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