Drinks to Warm Your Heart

Brrr!  Texas experienced our annual frigid ice storm this week.  Fortunately we were informed to prepare for it and avoided many of the bad situations and circumstances we encountered during last year’s snowmageddon debacle.  While we were on our couch snuggled under our comfy throws watching the opening of the winter olympics , we reflected on the warm cocktail posts that we have shared with you through the years.  Here are a few of our favorite warm cocktails that we want to remind you to try.

Fernet Hot Chocolate

This easy recipe is as simple as adding a little fernet to your favorite hot chocolate recipe. Grab that bottle of Fernet out of the cabinet, pour some in your hot chocolate, light the fireplace and relax with a good book.

Gold Medal Coffee

This yummy recipe was shared with you years ago during the 2018 Olympics.  It’s that time again and what can be a better way to watch those lugers go down the side of the mountain than with a warm cup of Gold Medal Coffee in your hands?

Spanish Coffee

We  just recently shared this recipe with you, but it is quickly climbing to the top of one of our favorite warm cocktails.

Fernet Hot Toddy

This is one of Rhonda’s favs especially when she is fighting off a slight cold. The lemon and cinnamon add to the warmth that you enjoy while you are sipping on this tea-based beverage.

Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate

Enjoy this hot chocolate with a little rye whiskey and some pumpkin spice flavoring.  It’s savory and delicious.

Menta Hot Chocolate

A cousin to Fernet Hot Chocolate this yummy recipe includes Branca Menta instead of Fernet which gives the hot chocolate a yummy minty flavor.  Think of it as a girl scout cookie in a mug. 🙂

We hope that you are staying warm and enjoying the olympics.  Next week we will be posting a Valentine cocktail that will have you tickled pink!


Disclaimer:  Beverages on this site are meant for adults 21 years of age and older.  We do not condone underage drinking.  Drink responsibly.

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