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Malt Whisky: The Complete Guide. Charles MacLean. Spirits companies provide the paint, and bartenders create the art. JM: Cocktails used to be a beverage you enjoyed before a meal. What are the most innovative developments and chefs you are seeing in cocktail-food parings? Skilled bartenders today are just as talented and revered as chefs, bringing fresh ingredients, like locally sourced vegetables and herbs, and kitchen tools and techniques into their cocktails.
JM: Healthy cocktails are the fastest growing segment of the cocktail market. This category includes sophisticated but alcohol-free drinks, as well as cocktails that incorporate nutritional and vegetable components. Where did this trend start, and will it have legs? I absolutely think this trend will only continue to grow.
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And as more people embrace an active, healthy lifestyle, demand will only increase for more bars and bartenders to create drinks that cater to this changing need. More bartenders will start to experiment with new flavors and devote increased thought and creativity into these types of drinks — it will be exciting to see what the future holds. JM: Cocktails fashioned from rare and super premium spirits are a growing segment of the cocktail market. Does a year-old whiskey actually make a better cocktail, or is this a case of over the top conspicuous consumption? But only in the right hands!