Skip the blender. Forget the shaker. The method for many of today’s mixed cocktails is pour and enjoy. “It’s ready to go,” Todd Wiggs, beer and wine director at Jungle Jim’s International Market, Fairfield, Ohio, says of the premixed cocktail. Flavored malt beverages and wine products ­— sold in single-serve, 10-ounce pouches that can be chilled or frozen to create a pina colada or other cocktail — played a starring role in Jungle ...

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