Holiday Tea recipes

Red Hot Merry Berry

Your party will be red hot with this aromatic beverage being served to all who attend! Everyone is going to want this recipe!

In a large saucepan, bring 1 quart of water and cranberries to a boil. Reduce heat cover and simmer 8-10 minutes or until cranberries begin to pop. Drain and reserve liquid and cranberries. In a large pot, combine 2 ½ cups sugar, ½ cup red hots, 3 tablespoons Monin lemon syrup, cranberry liquid and pulp and remaining water.  Bring to a boil and stir until sugar and candies are dissolved. Strain liquid through a fine sieve or cheesecloth and pour into individual glasses.  Garnish with lemon wedge and cinnamon sticks.

Worth the wait Apple cider

Make it 2 hours ahead and go and enjoy your party! Don’t be surprised to find this tea beverage gone in a flash!

In a slow cooker, combine 4 cups apple cider, 4 cups pineapple juice, ½ cup water, 1 cinnamon stick and 4 Tazo Wild sweet Orange tea bags.  Add 8 whole cloves wrapped and tied in a cheese-cloth or placed in tea infuser balls. Cover and cook on low for 2 hours.  Remove tea bags, cinnamon sticks and cloves and it is ready to serve with a ladle like punch.

Orange cider cheer!

Don’t keep running to the kitchen! Set this out like a hot punch and let the guests serve them selves, they’ll be coming back for seconds and thirds! Made in a slow cooker, this recipe will fill your home with the aroma of the holiday season and will warm the bellies of all who drink it.

In a slow cooker, add 1-gallon apple cider, ¾ cup Monin orange syup, 4 cinnamon sticks, 5 tablespoons whole cloves (in a tea infuser) and ½ tsp ground nutmeg. Cook on low for 2 hours, strain out spices and serve!

Maple champagne

Maple champagne is the perfect twist to make your midnight toast memorable.  With its gorgeous amber color and sweet maple flavor, this is the way to start the New Year!

Add 1 tablespoon Monin maple spice syrup and 1 shot vodka to champagne flute and add champagne to fill remainder of flute. Serve!

Amaretto champagne

Classic, elegant and delightful, Amaretto champagne adds a touch of old world Italian flavor to your bubbly. Easy to make, hard to forget!

Add to champagne flute 1 tablespoon Monin amaretto syrup and 1 tablespoon Monin apricot syrup.  Add champagne to fill remainder of flute.

**Don’t forget to check out the extensive list of gourmet tea gifts for your lucky family and friends! Also take a look at our list of flavored tea that will keep you in the holiday spirit everyday!

HAPPY HOLIDAY!

 

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