Warm drinks during autumn
It’s the season of keeping warm n’ cozy, y’all! As soon as the weather starts to get cooler, it’s time to grab your favorite boots, pull out some sweaters, and find some delicious recipes to keep you nice and snug. Light up your favorite cinnamon and pumpkin candles and welcome the autumn season with yummy fall flavors.
When there is a crisp chill in the air, sippin’ something warm is up our alley! Get ready for our decaf hot spiced tea that is a heavenly fall drink that’s non-alcoholic.
How to make a cinnamon tea
Hot drinks with cinnamon are staples of autumn and pair deliciously with one another. If you are are craving a warm drink but can’t find the right hot tea bag to make, we have good news for ya: you can make a spiced cinnamon tea using a Southern Breeze Sweet Tea Decaffeinated Black Tea tea bag without worrying about how to sweeten it up yourself. We’ve got all the fixins for you to enjoy without needing to fuss about caffeine.
Makin’ a cinnamon tea the Southern Breeze way has some of our favorite fall spices, serves 8, takes less than 15 minutes, and did we mention only requires 5 ingredients!?
Hold on to ya boots cause we’ve got a recipe to enjoy at night while watching a game or your favorite Halloween movie for a night inside while you take a break from the cold weather.
Adding some cinnamon in tea is tasty and healthy
Adding cinnamon in a recipe sounds like a perfect dish or drink to enjoy during the fall nights but did you also know, cinnamon is loaded with health benefits too? That’s right, folks, cinnamon has health benefits. Our favorite fall spice has prebiotic properties in it and may support your gut health. Prebiotics are promoted well-being by nourishing the good bacteria that already lives in your gut. Another health benefit to cinnamon is that it may help limit blood sugar by lowering insulin resistance.
There are multiple benefits to cinnamon but our favorite thing about this spice is its woodsy, citrusy flavor.
Hot cinnamon spice tea ingredients
- 2 Southern Breeze Sweet Tea Decaffeinated Black Tea tea bags
- 1 cup Orange Juice
- 1 tsp whole cloves
- 1 cinnamon stick
- Lemon slices
- Ginger (optional)
Cinnamon tea recipe
- Boil water and brew the tea bags in a saucepan, along with orange juice, whole cloves, and cinnamon stick over medium heat for 10 minutes.
- Remove from heat and strain the tea into a pitcher. Pop in some lemon slices and add in sliced ginger if you wish. Serve Hot and sip slow!
Sweeties, make this recipe special to you and your family! Try making it with our Half & Half flavor for a lemon twist. How yummy does that sound? When the temps drop, don’t turn the heat on higher, just turn on the stove! :)
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