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From hot buttered rum to apple ciders with a kick, the social space's hot drinks are the perfect hand warmers.

Fall color and toasty cocktails at Mt. Charleston Lodge

September 30th, 2014

From hot buttered rum to apple ciders with a kick, the social space's hot drinks are the perfect hand warmers.

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