Fall is here and that means cooler weather is on the way! Check out these 10 hot tea recipes to warm you up this fall and embrace the sweater weather!
Photos and flavorful iced tea recipes featured above are as follows: Crockpot Hot Chocolate with Chai, Orange Spiced Tea, Pumpkin Spice Chai Tea Latte, Dairy Free Matcha Latte, English Rose Cocktail and Chamomile Tea Latte
After a long hot summer, many people are anxiously awaiting the cooler days that fall brings. Yes, there is nothing quite like getting comfortable and cozy on the couch with a fleece blanket, thrilling book and a steamy cup of tea on a crisp autumn day!
Of course, a simple pot of English Breakfast Tea, with a little milk and honey, is a go to hot drink on a cold day. However, with so many different varieties of tea available, why not add a little pop of flavor to your afternoon tea. This Caramel Pumpkin Spice Rooibos or Cranberry Harvest Herbal Infusion are both lovely this time of year with their warm spices and fall flavors. Or, if you really want to try something unique, go with this Chocolate Ginger and Bourbon Black Tea or this Spiced Mexican Chocolate Rooibos. Each one of these flavored packed specialty teas can be brewed conveniently in a mug with an infuser (great for enjoying your cup of tea on the go) or with a traditional tea pot, and require no additional mix ins, except milk or a little sweetener, if desired.
But if you did want to add a little extra something to your cup of Darjeeling Black Tea; check out these 10 Hot Tea Recipes. From chai tea lattes, to apple cider tea, hot tea cocktails and even hot chocolate made with tea, there is a cozy cup of tea waiting to warm you up this fall!
10 Hot Tea Recipes To Warm You Up This Fall:
This article, 10 Hot Tea Recipes to Warm You Up This Fall, was written by Heather Haan of Kitchen Concoctions. Heather has spent most of her life developing and concocting recipes inspired by the rich southern traditions and flavors she grew up with. She is passionate about food, travel and cooking and enjoys sharing this passion; as well as stories about life in Texas, on her blog Kitchen Concoctions. You can also find Heather online on Facebook,Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.