Kicking off winter with a holiday drink
As the temperature drop and the air turns crisp, there's a magic that winter brings. It's a season filled with cherished traditions, joyful gatherings, and, of course, delightful flavors that warms us. Embracing this winter wonderland, we're thrilled to introduce a recipe that combines the essence of the season with the refreshing taste of Southern Breeze Apple Cinnamon Sweet Tea.
A winter cocktail to try
Winter isn't just about frosty mornings and chilly evenings; it's a celebration of nature. From the crisp apples harvested in orchards to the comforting aroma of cinnamon that fills the air, each element encapsulates the essence of the season. With this in mind, a winter cocktail is the perfect way to enjoy the winter treasures.
The appeal of apple cider cocktails
Few combinations evoke the cozy feelings of winter like apple and cinnamon. It's a classic pairing that makes us think of crackling fires, snug blankets, and the joy of shared moments. Southern Breeze's Apple Cinnamon Sweet Tea helps capture these flavors in a refreshing an delightful manner, making it the perfect foundation for our spiced apple cider cocktail.
Tea has a unique ability to transform into a myriad of flavors, and when paired with the right ingredients, it becomes a canvas for creativity. Our recipe takes the aromatic blend of the sweet tea and pairs it with the comforting notes of a cider to create a concoction that embodies the essence of winter in a glass.
Apple cider cocktail recipe ingredient
- 1 cup of water
- 1 Southern Breeze Sweet Tea Apple Cinnamon
- 1/2 – 1 shot Winter Jack Tennessee Cider (to taste) *Use Apple Cider for mocktail
- For garnish: apple slice and cinnamon stick
Holiday drink recipe
- Brew Southern Breeze Sweet Tea's Apple Cinnamon for five minutes in cold water.
- Stir a shot of Winter Jack Tennessee Cider.
- Garnish with apple slice and cinnamon stick.
- Enjoy a delicious apple cider cinnamon drink!
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