Cinnamon, Orange, Honey and Rosebud Tea

cinnamon-orange-honey-and-rosebud-tea– Ching-He Huang
The dried rose buds make this drink sheer prettiness in a cup! Oranges, cinnamon and honey are the only other ingredients you will need to create this gorgeous winter drink.
View recipe at Delicious.

Spiced Hot Dark Chocolate – Body + Soul

spiced-hot-dark-chocolateThis delicious and decadent drink has to be good for you with dark chocolate, soy milk, cayenne pepper and spices.
View recipe at Whole Living.

Chai Tea with Soy Milk – Martha Stewart Living

chai-tea-with-soy-milkDuring winter, every time is Chai time! The combination of spices such as cinnamon, cloves and fresh ginger really do warm the soul.
View recipe at Martha Stewart.

Mulled Cranberry Cocktail – Whole Living

mulled-cranberry-cocktailWhat could be more Christmassy than this? Its fun, festive and delicious. I’d personally switch the sugar for your natural sweetener of choice and then sip away. Merry Days!
View recipe at Whole Living.

Hot Cocoa with Almond Milk

hot-cocoa-with-almond-milk– Martha Stewart Living
Few things are more comforting than a cup of hot cocoa. Try making your next one with this recipe using almond milk and cinnamon sticks (and maybe switch the sugar for agave or something similar).
View recipe at Martha Stewart.

Mulled Apple Juice – Emma Lewis

mulled-apple-juiceSo simple yet so sip-tastic! You only need five ingredients for this Christmas time drink.
View recipe at BBC Good Food.


  1. I love your blog, the drinks are so enticing and then to ponder which one to make while I listen to the song has put me in the Christmas Zone.

    Look forward to more posts.

  2. And what about alcohol warming drinks?
    I mean not a high volume ones (but actually why not), but also some low volume

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