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Bittersweet Spot

A traditional milk punch—liquor, milk, cream, and sugar, shaken into divine frothiness—is like an angelic visitor who arrives bearing a down pillow for your addled head. It’s often served at brunch, and especially comforts on those mornings when every sound seems rudely amplified (“Does the cat to purr so loudly?”).

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