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19 January, 2018

Battle Bitterly Cold Winter With These Hot & Cozy Sips

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At the conclusion of a frosty commute, when my toes and fingers and ears are numb, I throw off my bulky jacket and immediately pop a large mug of water in the microwave (I’m too impatient to wait for a kettle to boil). I’m already halfway to my favorite way to warm up: a gigantic cup of fragrant, ruby rooibos. A warm drink (be it a cocktail or booze-free) first thaws my hands, but then builds a steady heat with each sip—sort of like a space heater for my insides. I’m partial to an aromatic mug of tea, but experiment with one of these 13 drinks to battle the cold.

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The Vermonter
The Vermonter
by Sagegreen
Malted Milk Latte
Malted Milk Latte
by EmilyC
Apple Peel Tea
Apple Peel Tea
by Micki Balder
Creamy Cashew Hemp Latte
Creamy Cashew Hemp Latte
by Gena Hamshaw
Throat Coat Tea
Throat Coat Tea
by Ali Slagle
How to Make Any Hot Chocolate (Creamy, Caramelized, or Otherwise)
How to Make Any Hot Chocolate (Creamy, Caramelized, or Otherwise)
by Erin McDowell

Cocktails For the *really* cold days

Glögg (Mulled Wine Punch)
Glögg (Mulled Wine Punch)
by Erik Lombardo
Brown Butter Cafe Brulot
Brown Butter Cafe Brulot
by Emily | Cinnamon&Citrus
Dirty Chai Toddy
Dirty Chai Toddy
by gingerroot
Bumble Brown Punch
Bumble Brown Punch
by Dessert's On Me
The Dead Rabbit's Irish Coffee
The Dead Rabbit’s Irish Coffee
by fiveandspice
Hot Spiced Drunken Apple Cider
Hot Spiced Drunken Apple Cider
by Cordelia
Ponche (Mexican Punch)
Ponche (Mexican Punch)
by Food52

What are your favorite warm drinks? Do you have a thawing ritual?

Source: Food52

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