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Michael Maller, the beverage director at Raliegh’s Mateo instructs “you can use sherry in cocktails to add saltiness, sweetness, or umami, and sometimes all of those things.” Straight up, it pairs well with food too, from ham and olives to rich desserts, like sticky toffee pudding, depending on the type.

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