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Drinks, just like food, provide a great outlet for cooking creativity. But when it comes down to it, cooking seems to have so many more options than beverages or cocktails. Have you ever wondered what to pour in your glasses? And what glass matches which drink? Whether flutes or cups, tumblers or mugs, no fine dining lover should ever go thirsty for the perfect beverage. So check out our suggestions. Cheers!

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