Cocktails get a touch of tobacco

01/14/2014 | National Public Radio

Mixologists are infusing dark spirits with a hint of tobacco to give stiff drinks a complex flavor profile, writes Nevin Martell. "It burns going down," says Sang Yoon, chef-owner of Father's Office in Los Angeles, which serves a drink mixed with pipe tobacco-infused simple syrup. "There's a little heat; a little peppery-ness at the back of the throat."

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