A hot drink most often associated with the Holidays, especially popular in European Christmas markets. It’s also great for a day outside, taking in the brisk winter air! You can make a similar drink with hard cider, or try a non-alcoholic version with just apple cider. Ingredients 3 red wine or apple cider 2 Tbsp […]
This traditional sangria has a delectable aroma and a higher alcohol content than other versions that are diluted with fruit juice. Best served cold.
There is no better way to tweak a strawberry drink or dessert than by adding a little bit of pepper! This recipe makes 3 margaritas.
Cold-brewed coffee is easy to make and keeps for a good two weeks in the fridge. It’s usually less bitter. It can be served as is, on ice, or blended with a milk of your choice. If you want to add sugar, it’s better to use a simple syrup of maple syrup.
Best served with ice, with or without slices of citrus, or even mixed with orange or passion fruit juice.
A fresh and revitalizing drink, which marries the heat of the spices to the aroma of the citrus. A perfect way to start the day or simply hang out on the patio! Best served with ice.
A truly comforting drink, perfect for days spent outside or a winter afternoon in a chalet.
Hot chocolate has been prepared for millennia in the Oaxaca region of Mexico. There it’s generally made more with water than milk, then fragranced with cinnamon, although you can still use the more traditional sapote or chile.
A variation of the Canadian classic. The BBQ blend adds a smoky spike to the thick, umami clamato. Be careful in your hot sauce selection- the spices add a good bit of heat themselves.
Simple syrup is an easy way to make the most out of summer’s many fresh fruits. Rhubarb is particularly watery, so it’s a good idea to add a little more sugar than the usual 1-1 ratio since some of the water will leach out. Be sure to cover the pot after you turn off the […]
In India and the Middle East, coffee and cardamom are a classic combination.
Coconut milk and fennel makes this Chai a truly unique concoction that is sure to please. Quantities of milk and sugar can be adjusted according to taste. Ingredients 5 cups water 2 ½ Tbsp Chai tea 3-4 Tbsp brown sugar or palm sugar 2/3 cup almond milk 1 ½ cup coconut milk Method Bring water […]