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Discover Additional Ways to Delight with Mocktails, Cocktails, and More.

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Chocolate Chip Cookie Mocha

Coffee flavors inspired by sweet, dessert-like items are trending on menus, and those looking for a dessert alternative will find this whimsical, indulgent beverage simply irresistible.

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Almond Smash Coffee

Here’s a smooth and sweet beverage that leverages the skyrocketing popularity of nut milks, complete with an indulgent chocolate rim that takes the seductive allure over the top.

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Café Margarita

Traditional margarita ingredients get an infusion of espresso and a garnish of sweet flavors, creating a complex yet approachable cocktail that is on-trend with its sophistication.

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Coffee Tonic

The ultra-trendy coffee tonic comes to life as a lightly sweet and refreshing beverage naturally sweetened with honey — an ingredient growing in popularity.

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Earl Gray Gin & Tonic

America’s current love affair with gin is the inspiration for this refreshingly crisp cocktail, which dials up the British influence even further with a savvy tonic syrup and classic Earl Grey tea.

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Mexican Chocolate Mocha

Trendy sweet-heat and flavors that satisfy the growing curiosity in ethnic cuisine make this dessert-like decadence irresistible to the many who treat themselves with a drink.

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Orange Coffee Cocktail

The classic pairing of bitter with sweet orange creates an indulgent dessert cocktail, appealing to the many who choose to treat themselves with a drink.

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Big Island Frozen Latte

Coconut milk, a growing dairy alternative, makes this classic caramel-coconut-cookie-inspired beverage the perfect meal accompaniment or standalone snack.

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Vegan Chai Latte

This spicy sweet ethnic beverage has the perfect balance of interest and approachability to appeal to today’s culturally diverse younger generation.

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Vietnamese Iced Coffee Cocktail

Popular in the culinary world, Southeast Asian flavors are spilling over into beverages like this one which boasts the growing interest in rum.