The Warm and Toasty, a winter drink, is prepared at The Fifth Season in Port Jefferson. (Jan. 4, 2012) (Credit: Jeremy Bales)
Brr! The temperature is dropping and the cold winds are making it a bit more frigid outside. But certain elements of winter -- flavors like cranberry, cinnamon and ginger -- are sure to heat you up. Here's a look at some unusual seasonal drinks that make staying indoors a bit more tasty. Warm Hearth
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