Winter's coming you guys, regardless if that heat wave outside tells you to crack open a cold one. I may live in Southern California, but I too enjoy getting my hot toddy on and pretending it's snowing outside my window. An article in The New York Times about a new drink trend really made me nostalgic for seasonal drink goodness, whether it's with booze or without.
The shrub, a sweetened vinegar drink, may sound like something you want to avoid, but it's the hot non-alcoholic beverage everyone is talking about. While many places are adding alcohol to the vinegar option, some are keeping it non-alcoholic for those who don't wish to imbibe.
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Which got me thinking about all the other really special cold weather drinks you could make non-alcoholic. After all, you can always enjoy a mocktail no matter what you have going on the next day, or how many miles you have to drive home through a snowstorm.
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