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Buzzed: 44 Cocktails for Coffee and Tea Lovers

Caffeinated cocktails galore. Yep, it's Cocktail Week, and we need to make sure you're suitably energetic.

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For those who like to multi-task or those who just enjoy drinking their coffee or tea combined with their cocktail, here is a map that lays out 44 places in the city where this can happen.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.
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Burtons Grill

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Irish Coffee - Combines Jameson, Godiva White, coffee, brown sugar and Guinness-infused whipped cream. There's also a second drink for coffee enthusiasts, the Espressotini, which has Van Gogh Espresso, Absolut Vanilia, Tia Maria, espresso, and cream. [Photo: Hampton Roads]

Foundry On Elm

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123 Baronne St - Coffee-infused white rye whiskey mixed with New Orleans coffee liqueur. Or there's the Blue Parrot Team Room, which is a blend of Mahia rye, fig tea, and lemon. [Photo: Facebook]

Earls Kitchen + Bar

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Mad Hatter - Served in a tea pot for four, the Mad Hatter combines Skyy vodka, St. George Poire Williams, black tea, lemon juice, and coconut water. [Photo: Provided]

Rosebud American Kitchen & Bar

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Revolver - A combination of Angel’s Envy bourbon, Borghetti espresso, and orange bitters. [Photo: Katie Chudy]

East End Grille

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John Daly - Deep Eddy Sweet Tea Vodka mixed with lemonade. [Photo: Facebook]

West Side Lounge

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Rum DMC - Sailor Jerry rum, Laird’s applejack brandy, maple syrup, muddled orange, coffee beans, mole bitters, and finished with an orange twist. [Photo: Facebook]

Bronwyn

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Alarmglocke - Combines Cold-Brew Karma Coffee, Rhum Barbancourt “5 star,” Polmos Wisniowka, and Krusovice Czech Black Lager. [Photo: Facebook]

Bergamot

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The Cambridge Tea - Intended to be enjoyed after dinner, the Cambridge Tea combines 1 1/2 oz. Benedictine,and is topped with equal parts English Breakfast Tea and steamed milk. [Photo: Facebook]

Brass Union

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Esqueleto - An interesting blend of flavors including espolon reposado, a coffee reduction, Luxardo maraschino, lemon, Thai chili peppers, and a house made passion fruit soda. [Photo: Rachel Leah Blumenthal]

Trina's Starlite Lounge

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Rocking Chair - Comfort in a glass, this drink is a mix of black tea-infused bonded bourbon, Canton ginger cognac, and lemon. [Photo: Rachel Leah Blumenthal]

Alden & Harlow

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Duanes Whirled - Available on the dessert and brunch menus, this cocktail is a mix of Old Monk Rum, Stumptown Cold Brew, Lustau Dry Oloroso, Santa Maria al Monte, demerara, and and urfa tincture. [Photo: Meg Jones Wall]

Craigie on Main

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Room 237 - Brugal Extra Dry Especial White Rum, housemade Amer Picon Replica, hibiscus tea, and pastis joint forces to make this cocktail. [Photo: Facebook]

Kennedy's On The Square

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Tiramisu - Being both a dessert and a cocktail, this drink pairs vodka with coffee liquor, creme de coco, and milk. [Photo: Facebook]

Hungry Mother

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#10B - Laird’s 7.5yr apple brandy, sweet tea, limoncello, lemon, mint make for this Southern cocktail. [Photo: On the Bar]

Marliave

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The Cafe - Espresso, Frangelico, Irish Cream, and rum make up this drink. A second cocktail, The Boston Tea Party, fits the bill as well with tequila, earl grey tea, ginger beer, and lemon. [Photo: Rachel Leah Blumenthal]

Russell House Tavern

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Thieves Gambit - Combines BDC Ethereal Gin, sage, pineapple, oleosacchrum, green chartreuse, Mem China green jade tea, and nutmeg. [Photo: Cal Bingham]

Commonwealth

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Tommy Gun 2.0 - A combination of rye, lemon, ginger beer, and iced tea. [Photo: Meg Jones Wall]

Green Tea Margarita - The classic Mexican Margarita takes on an Asian twist with Patrón Silver tequila, Cointreau, sweet green tea powder, and sour mix. [Photo: Provided]

Legal Sea Foods - Prudential Center

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Mexican Coffee - A coffee-based drink, it combines Patrón X/O Café, cinnamon, and whipped cream. [Photo: Provided]

Estragon Tapas Bar

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Estragon - A take on a Tom Collins and also their signature drink, it combines gin, tarragon, and chamomile and is served on the rocks. [Photo: Yelp]

Red Bird

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Sherlock & Watson - New to Waltham, Red Bird has a tea-infused cocktail that mixes Spicebox Whiskey, earl grey tea, lemon, and cardamom bitters. [Photo: Yelp]

The Tip Tap Room

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Coffeehouse Pumpkin - Perfect for fall, this drink combines Sons of Liberty pumpkin whiskey, housemade BBC coffeehouse syrup, walnut bitters, and caramelized orange. [Photo: Official Site]

State Park

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Green Chartreuse and Coffee - Exactly what sounds like, a combo of coffee and green chartreuse. [Photo: Foursquare]

Myers + Chang

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Chang Tang - Served in carafe for the table, the Chang Tang is a mix of orange, honey rye, and spiced black tea. [Photo: Cal Bingham]

London Tea - Comprised of Hendricks gin, lemon chamomile tea, lemon, and agave. [Photo: Official Site]

Sweet Cheeks

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House Bill 819 - Combines tea-infused Berkshire mountain corn whiskey with lemon, mint, and simple syrup. [Photo: Yelp]

Salvatore's

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Dewars Palmer - A play off of the Arnold Palmer, this drink pairs Dewars White Label with equal parts lemonade and iced tea. [Photo: Yelp]

Eastern Standard

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Guayaba Arabica - Making up this cocktail - Bacardi Superior Rum, guava puree, lime, cilantro, coffee-scented simple syrup, a pinch of salt, and a grated espresso bean for garnish, naturally. Also available, a Cha-yen - lemongrass gin, simple syrup, Thai tea, and light cream. Finally, the Anatolia Cafe combines Pierre Ferrand, Luxardo cherry liqueur, cinnamon syrup, and coffee. [Photo: Provided]

Brick & Mortar

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Irish Coffee - Various off-menu Irish Coffees are available with a variety of syrups and flavored whipped cream. [Photo: Facebook]

Fairsted Kitchen

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Fred's Law Punch - For two diners, this drink is a combination of cognac, rum, white wine, black tea, citrus, and spice. [Photo: Facebook]

Deep Ellum

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Cafe Sancho - Karma Roasters Coffee blends with reposado tequila, agave, mole bitters, before the cocktail is topped with Mexican chocolate whipped cream. [Photo: Yelp]

Black Dahlia - A seasonal blend of Cranberry black tea vodka, lemon, and house grenadine. [Photo: Facebook]

Barcelona Wine Bar & Restaurant

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Summer St. Sling - Chamomile-infused Tito’s Vodka meets fresh pink grapefruit and lemon juices, plus Bitter Truth grapefruit bitters. [Photo: Rachel Leah Blumenthal]

Bistro du Midi

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Thé de Marin (Sailor’s Tea) - Combines Brugal Anejo Rum, St Remy VSOP Brandy, housemade Earl Grey, and bitter orange syrup. [Photo: Facebook]