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Seven Winter-Inspired Cocktail to Try Right Now in Miami

A roundup of winterized drinks from local restaurants in the 305.

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Miami may not get ever get too cold, but it's still enjoyable to sip on a winter-themed drink to put you in the holiday spirit. Below, check out seasonally appropriate adult beverages from seven restaurants. Got another favorite? Leave it in the comments.

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Coquito at Area 31

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Often referred to as the Caribbean’s eggnog, this traditional drink from Puerto Rico is a blend of cream of coconut, condensed milk, white rum, cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg.

Zio's at Lilt Lounge

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This inventive drink mixes Uncle Val’s botanical gin, lime, ginger, flamed thyme, and an orange peel whose aroma evokes the smell of burning embers in a fireplace.

Water for Chocolate at Macchialina

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Macchialina’s concoction is a blend of Solbeso, Bénédictine, simple syrup, orange bitters, and cherry bark vanilla bitters. Served over ice, the dark cherry and vanilla flavors are great winter.

Sol en Invierno at Radio South Beach

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Translated to “sun in the winter,” this cocktail’s name is indicative of the winter weather in Miami. Created by Bryan Canales, it’s with Solbeso, pineapple juice, applewood-smoked coco syrup, bitters, and lemon and orange juice.

Winter Badger at Blackbird Ordinary

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A mix of Ancho Reyes, Solbeso, pineapple, honey syrup, and lemon juice, this drink from Blackbird Ordinary is a mix of sweet and tart.

Hot Buttered Rum at 660 Angler's

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This traditional cocktail is made with spiced rum, hot water, whole cane sugar syrup, and spiced compound butter (cinnamon, clove, and allspice). It's served warm, just in case the temperature dips lower than you want it to.

Maple Old Fashioned Meat Market

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This drink adds a little twist on the traditional old fashioned by adding maple syrup and Bitterman's spiced cranberry bitters to Spring 44 bourbon. [Photo]

Coquito at Area 31

Often referred to as the Caribbean’s eggnog, this traditional drink from Puerto Rico is a blend of cream of coconut, condensed milk, white rum, cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg.

Zio's at Lilt Lounge

This inventive drink mixes Uncle Val’s botanical gin, lime, ginger, flamed thyme, and an orange peel whose aroma evokes the smell of burning embers in a fireplace.

Water for Chocolate at Macchialina

Macchialina’s concoction is a blend of Solbeso, Bénédictine, simple syrup, orange bitters, and cherry bark vanilla bitters. Served over ice, the dark cherry and vanilla flavors are great winter.

Sol en Invierno at Radio South Beach

Translated to “sun in the winter,” this cocktail’s name is indicative of the winter weather in Miami. Created by Bryan Canales, it’s with Solbeso, pineapple juice, applewood-smoked coco syrup, bitters, and lemon and orange juice.

Winter Badger at Blackbird Ordinary

A mix of Ancho Reyes, Solbeso, pineapple, honey syrup, and lemon juice, this drink from Blackbird Ordinary is a mix of sweet and tart.

Hot Buttered Rum at 660 Angler's

This traditional cocktail is made with spiced rum, hot water, whole cane sugar syrup, and spiced compound butter (cinnamon, clove, and allspice). It's served warm, just in case the temperature dips lower than you want it to.

Maple Old Fashioned Meat Market

This drink adds a little twist on the traditional old fashioned by adding maple syrup and Bitterman's spiced cranberry bitters to Spring 44 bourbon. [Photo]

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