Tea is such a great option in the morning, in the afternoon, and even in the evening. There are many different flavors to choose from and uses for tea. However, tea is like any other drink, there are seasonal offerings. That means you can enjoy holiday tea recipes that help you get in the mood of the season. These holiday teas utilize flavors of the season like apple, cinnamon, and so much more. Holiday tea recipes are perfect for allowing you to get even more in tune with the season in a fun and healthy way.
One of the most common holiday tea recipes include spiced tea. Spiced tea really helps you get in the spirit of the holidays by utilizing holiday spices. Cinnamon and star anise are popular tea ingredients during the winter months. But more importantly, tea in general is more popular during the holiday season. It is important to remember that alcohol gets added to tea during the holidays. But that does not mean you cannot find recipes without alcohol. In fact, there are plenty of non-alcoholic recipes for you to enjoy as you prepare for the holidays.
Friendship Tea | Sweet Steep Tea
Apple Sweet Tea | Passion for Savings
Cranberry Pineapple Spice Tea | Maebells
Hot Spiced Tea | Cooking for The Holidays
Christmas Tea | Love Laughter Forever After
Enjoying Holiday Tea Recipes
One of the best things to sip on by a warm fire is a cup of tea. Tea warms the heart, the soul, and is good for the body. That is why these holiday recipes are so amazing. You get to mix holiday flavors with your health and that is fortunate for all of us.
Holiday Rooibos Tea Blend | Empowered Sustenance
Cranberry Spiced Tea | Atta Girl Says
Pumpkin Spice Chai Tea | Passion for Savings
Cranberry Orange Spiced Tea | Through Clouded Glass
Red Hot Cinnamon Tea | Living on a Dime
Flavors of the Season
The most important aspect of these teas is the flavor. You get to enjoy different flavors that are in season like cinnamon, star anise, apple and so much more.
You can make many of these teas hot or cold, however, you prefer. But a warm cup of tea pairs nicely with a chilly evening.
Holiday Chai Tea Blends | Healing Harvest Homestead
Russian Tea | An Alli Event
Autumn Spiced Apple Tea | Mostly Homemade Mom
Holiday Tea | Tea Time Magazine
Sweet Cinnamon Milk Tea | Hello Little Home