Autumn Beverages, hot and cold

Autumn Beverages, hot and cold

Over the years I have posted multiple blogs containing recipes for cold weather drinks, both hot and chilled. Listed below are links to previous beverage-related blogs, some of which contain histories of these drinks. For today, I again scoured through Pinterest for unique beverages that fit into the autumn season. Of course, pumpkin flavored drinks dominate the recipes, so I could not avoid adding a few, but there are alternatives for those who aren’t totally pumpkin crazy! The ones shown below include a few alcoholic beverages, but most are non-alcoholic. Click each image for the website with the recipe and visual instructions on how to prepare. Enjoy!

Wassail
Negus and Ratafia
Orgeat
Hot Chocolate: A History
French Hot Chocolate
Hot Chocolate with Spice
Rainbows of Hot Chocolate
Drinks for Cuddling by the Fire

PUMPKIN SPICE HOT CHOCOLATE
SPICED CHAMOMILE TEA LATTE
CRANBERRY APPLE CIDER
GOLDEN MILK
CHAMPAGNE PUNCH
APPLE CRISP MACCHIATO
AUTUMN ROSE HIBISCUS CIDER
HOT APPLE CIDER BUTTERED RUM
GINGERBREAD SPICED COFFEE
SPIKED PUMPKIN HORCHATA
PUMPKIN JUICE
PUMPKIN MOJITO
HOMEMADE EGGNOG
EARL GREY HOT CHOCOLATE
THAI TEA LATTE

 

 

 

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Roz

Our church used to have a Boar’s Head ceremony on Epiphany Sunday. Part of the service was the introduction/explanation of many of the Carols that we sing at the holidays. My kids were part of the production, requiring actors to portray 3 Wise Men, Jeanette Isabella, King Wenceslaus, etc. My one daughter was impatiently waiting in the pews for her participation with her sisters. Our minister said, “And next we will invite the congregation to join us upstairs in the fellowship hall with “Here We Come a Wassailing” led by our Wassail Lady. She was always portrayed by the same woman every year, and she was definitely elderly. (My spiced cider was infinitely better than hers, but I always was polite! LOL) My daughter turns around to watch the Wassail crew enter and says in a rather loud voice (rehearsal) “Where’s the Fossil Lady?” Everyone cracked up. 😀 Luckily our Wassail Lady had a very good sense of humor!

Glynis

Yum! Some of these sound absolutely delicious! I think my three favourites would be Homemade Egg Nog, Earl Grey Hot Chocolate and Gingerbread Spiced Coffee followed closely by Apple Crisp Macchiato I think. I’ve never had any pumpkin drinks but I feel sure the Mojito would go down well.

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