Winter Drinks to Keep You Warm

We’re hanging out again over at FOLK Magazine & Blog this week! We’ve got two beverage recipes for you that are perfect for this holiday season.

Spiced Sweet Tea - Offbeat & Inspired + FOLK Magazine

The first is a recipe for Tiffany’s Spiced Sweet Tea. A twist on traditional sweet tea, this spiced up version can be served warm or cold so you can enjoy it any time of year. Check out the recipe here!

The second recipe is for glogg - Scandinavian mulled wine. This recipe tastes best on cold, snowy nights by the fireplace alongside close friends and family. Click here for the glogg recipe!

With some spiced sweet tea and a little mulled wine, you may even find yourself looking forward to winter. See you over at FOLK!

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Comments

  1. Valerie says:

    I have never thought to make a spiced sweet tea on my own! Thanks for posting the link to the recipe - I want to try it out this weekend!

  2. Hey lovely ladies! I was scouring the internet for a Glogg recipe and came across yours! I’ll be sharing a photo and link to this post in my Friday Five tomorrow (today), which focuses purely on Scandinavian Christmas inspiration…I’d love for you to stop on by to check it out! (Also, I love that I was already following you on FB and Twitter…and now on Pinterest. Yay!)

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