Espresso, ice cream and delicious chocolate. Check out this affogato dessert idea served with squares of fine chocolate.
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Tex-Mex is literally a blend of American and Mexican flavors. What’s more Tex-Mex than a spiced Mexican hot chocolate with a dash of Louisiana Tabasco sauce? Sip on this flavorful mug on the next snowy day. Spike it with tequila or mezcal for the adults!
The perfect pour for celebratory sipping and all of winter, this big-batch mulled cocktail recipe is super easy to make and features seasonal spices, citrus and berries. Grab a bottle of Spanish Rioja wine and Brockmans gin and you are set for success!
Wassail; a fun word and it is even more fun to drink. Check out how to make the tried a true recipe from Frisco, Colorado, home of Wassail Days, and annual weeklong celebration of the Old English cider drink.
This Cranberry Hot Toddy recipe is lightly spiced with cinnamon, cloves, ginger, and orange. If you like mulled wine, you will LOVE this delicious toddy recipe.
It’s cool, refreshing, but loaded with spiced rum and sweet caramel apple sauce. This caramel apple rum punch screams of fall and we love it!
It’s time to put a twist on the classic winter drink. Warm up with a big mug of this tiramisu hot cocoa, it tastes just like the Italian dessert.
This rich and decadent hot cocoa drink is spiked with port wine and perfect for the coldest days ahead.
Warm and comforting, this whiskey chai is a cozy sip on chilly autumn evenings.
A perfect winter dessert for kids and adults alike, check out this cool ice cream sweet topped with steaming hot chocolate.
These healthy and veggie-packed Farro Breakfast Bowls are full of flavor thanks to easy, make-your-own za’atar and a creamy lemon tahini sauce.
Did you know it’s National Hot Tea Month? Could you be making better beverage choices?
Here’s a warming and classic cocktail, the Old Fashioned, best served in a captivating destination for you to unwind with your sweetheart to chase away the winter doldrums at Six Seven Lounge At The Edgewater Hotel in Seattle.
This season, make tea your go-to beverage when the temperatures drop down below. Here are a few hot tips to provide courtesy of ITMA (International Tea Masters Association)-certified tea sommelier and innkeeper Frankee Muller of Voss Inn Bed & Breakfast in Bozeman, MT.
A naturally warming cold remedy, this hot toddy is made with whiskey, hot water, muddled ginger, maple or honey, whole spices, ginger tea and a squeeze of lemon. Let it soothe a sore throat or simply warm the body.
Warm yourself and your guests with this easy honey blueberry hot toddy spiced with cinnamon and spiked with bourbon.
Let this blueberry ginger hot toddy warm your hands and your entire body on the way down. Its honey, lemon, ginger, and blueberries to ward off a winter cold, plus there’s a splash of bourbon to keep things festive.
From latte art to coffee smoothies, check out delicious things happening in the world of coffee.
You could never go wrong with a cozy mug of tea. Velvety cashew almond butter and condensed milk compliment black tea all too well.
Add apple cider and a cinnamon stick to your morning cup of black tea for a new twist.
Get equipped with loose leaf tea and all the pointers you’ll need for an amazing cup every time you break out the teapot.
Whether you’re vegan or looking to try something new, this nutty hot chocolate is just the delicious warm beverage that’s right for you.
We love hot toddies and it’s the perfect time of year to fall head over heels with the warm drink. Cheers to the chilly days of winter with a stunning, steaming drink that will warm you through and through.
A spiced cherry cider is made with sweet apple cider, cinnamon and cherry. It’s simmered to blend the flavors and makes a perfect drink for when you need to warm up.
Not too sweet, this rich dark chocolate hot cocoa is meant to be reminiscent of the unsweetened chocolate drink of the Aztecs.
The weather outside may be frightful, but these cocktails are so delightful. Keep the cold at bay with simmered sips that will warm you from the inside out.
Made with frothed nondairy milk, like soy or almond, this rich hot chocolate is boosted with superfood maca for a malty flavor and a jolt of energy.
Make your own spiced tea blend and drink it on the regular or use it in unique baking projects.
Almost like drinking a spicy chocolate gingerbread, this chocolate chia is a comfy feel-good drink. Give this relaxing gem a try.
Christmas cheer and cold temps have one remedy, a steaming, calming mug of lavender hot chocolate made warmer with the a measure of boozy orangey liquid.
This is an easy, lovely little cocktail to make for your fall gatherings. Dress it up with apple slices or a cinnamon stick and you’re ready to impress.
While we have no issues brewing a pot of milk and making cocoa concoctions at home, there are chefs who have taken the cold-weather elixir to new levels.
A caffe shakerato is an Italian iced coffee drink featuring freshly ground espresso shaken over ice and poured into a martini glass.
Perfect for a cold evening, rum-orange hot chocolate.
Call it a drink, call it a dessert – either way, this is the perfect Christmas treat.
When the temperature drops and winter starts to feel downright apocalyptic, nothing brings feeling back to fingers like a boozy cup of hot cocoa.
This spiked mulled cider from 1555 Bar & Lounge in Laguna Beach, CA, is a great way to turn regular old cider from dull to dandy.
Try this Danish-inspired coffee cocktail that’s spicy and not too sweet on a brisk autumn night.
Masala chai is tea prepared with a blend of spices. The tea leaves are heated with the water, milk and spices from cold as opposed to already hot water.
Since the season of winter is still going on, having ginger tea on a regular basis is a sure shot strategy to stay healthy.
Champurrado is a slightly spicier and thicker version of hot chocolate. Drink it to ward off the winter blues.
Amanda Marsteller makes a drinkable bourbon solution to harsh winter winds that puts hair on the chest of the classic cocktail.
The spices used in this drink give an irresistible flavour and fragrance, but also also add warmth to the apple juice.
Although served in an English tea-cup, Nikki Vivian shares her perfected version of Moroccan Mint Tea.
Karkadeh has been used in Egyptian homes to poach pears and to mimic a non-alcoholic mulled wine, served warm and sweet after a long simmer in cinnamon, cloves, star anise and citrus notes.
Joy Zhang has found the perfect cure for all future cold symptoms. Meet the Intensitoddy.
For thousands of years cocoa has been used to treat many health issues. Oh, and it tastes good too.
When the weather turns cold in Prague and you are out enjoying the sites there is only one way of warming up, Svarak.
Arundhuti Rama brews a powerful but yet creamy cup of prime Indian joe.