Top 10 Cocktail and bar trends 2013

7th January, 2013 by Becky Paskin - This article is over multiple pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

As the hazy memories of Christmas and New Year fade, taking with them a rather spirited 2012, we take a look at which cocktail and bar trends will be on our minds in 2013.

2013 cocktail and bar trends

Innovative glassware: One of the top cocktail and bar trends to take off in 2013

Last year bar menus were dominated by classic cocktails, Prohibition-era drinks with a modern edge and fantastical garnishes, but times they are a-changing.

Will 80s-inspired cocktails hit the big-time, or will fruity flavours win out over floral? Have classic cocktails had their day? It’s time to look at what cocktail and bar trends 2013 has in store for the global bar industry.

We asked some of the world’s best bartenders and friends of The Spirits Business what their top predictions are for the year ahead.

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