Temecula businesses showcase ‘emerging culinary scene’ with Temecula Chilled special menu items

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Cougar Winery’s offering for Temecula Chilled is a “Brownie in Mint-erland.” Valley News/Will Fritz photo
Temecula Valley wineries and eateries are offering up special winter-themed menu items this holiday season. A total of 19 different businesses throughout Temecula Valley Wine Country and Old Town Temecula have items available as part of “Temecula Chilled” between Dec. 1-31 – “a perfect way to kick off the holidays and get a taste of Temecula Valley’s emerging culinary scene,” according to local tourism promotion group Visit Temecula Valley. In Old Town, Le Coffee Shop on Fourth Street, which has been open just 18 months, is offering a white chocolate latte, made specially for Temecula Chilled. “There is an espresso blend -- the blend is made by a roaster in San Diego and it’s a mix of three different origins to get the taste of espresso we want,” owner Youann Bou
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