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The Cape Horn Cocktail from the Longboard on Sullivan's Island
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Cape Horn

This brunch cocktail from The Longboard is a cross between a breakfast classic, the mimosa, and an island staple, the margarita.

Kimberly Patton-Bragg’s Christmas cocktial The Gingerman Can, a holiday hot toddy, in a short glass with ice and garnished with a cinnamon stick and clove-studded lemon slices
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The Gingerman Can

Kimberly Patton-Bragg draws on the flavors of the season when conceptualizing her Christmas cocktail in New Orleans.

The peach please, made with Mountain Valley Sparkling Water White Peach
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Peach Please

Top the Peach Please with Mountain Valley Sparkling Water White Peach for added effervescence and subtle peachy sweetness.

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Sienna Punch

You will make your own hibiscus tea and turmeric honey for this. Both must be at room temperature before assembling the punch, so be sure to plan accordingly.

The Free Spirit cocktail with Mountain Valley Spring Water
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This refreshing summer sipper leans on fresh fruit juices & Mountain Valley Spring Water for a nonalcoholic drink with antioxidant properties.

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Beija Flor

This 3-step cocktail transports anyone who takes a sip to South America with flavors of cinnamon, rooibos tea, and Campari liqueur.

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Thoroughbred Tea

The Big Bad Breakfast spot in Charleston showcases how to spice up a normal glass of sweet tea with bourbon, mint, and lemon.

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Cedar and Cider Toddy

This autumnal twist on the classic toddy combines apple cider with tea and Tennessee bourbon. This recipe from Blue Note Bourbon in Nashville recommends using their Crossroads, but any bourbon will also suffice.

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Slushy, Boozy, Sparkling Citrus Tea

This frozen, bubbly drink will bring a refreshing buzz to any hot day, and can keep in the freezer for a month.

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Classic Sweet Tea

Place the tea bags and baking soda in a large heatproof glass pitcher or jar.