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Being a neutral spirit, vodka can be used as a canvas for most anything — and in ready-to-drink cocktails, it is. Many manufacturers dabble in Moscow mules, but there is plenty beyond that, from a grape-and-ginger cocktail to bloody marys.

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This martini blends together the flavors of pecan pie with vodka and Irish cream liqueur. You really can have your dessert and eat (or drink) it too this holiday season.

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J.M. Hirsch, the editorial director of Milk Street and former food editor for The Associated Press, turned a beloved hobby into a cocktail book, "Shake, Strain, Done: Craft Cocktails at Home" (Voracious). He approaches cocktails from a culinary perspective, breaking them down according to 11 categories: refreshing, creamy, fruity, sweet, sour, herbal, bitter, spicy, smoky, warm and strong.

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Dan Aykroyd and artist John Alexander created Crystal Head Vodka in 2008. It’s produced in Newfoundland, Canada, and comes in skull-like bottle intended as a symbol of life, power and enlightenment.

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Her just-launched King St. Vodka is gluten-free, non-GMO and distilled in Santa Barbara, California. It’s inspired by memories of her former home on King Street in New York City.

Holidays can be stressful, but sitting down at the end of the day with friends, family, and a festive cocktail (or a kid-friendly alternative) reminds us that holidays are about connecting. These delicious drinks, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, are the perfect way to end the day.

It’s the bane of the home mixologist — complicated cocktail recipes that call for multiple (and often pricey) esoteric liquors doomed to be us…

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