All you need is instant espresso to try the coffee trend that’s currently breaking the internet.
Madly in love with your chai lattes from your favorite coffee or tea shop, but hate the price? Bring the flavors masala chai into your home with this simple chai concentrate recipe. Make ahead and use it whenever you’re ready to enjoy. Once you try it, you won’t go back!
Say hello to true blue! Yes, it’s natural and equally delicious. Butterfly pea flowers originate in Thailand and have been used for some time to create beautiful teas that burst with cyan color. The flowers themselves are mild in flavor but make for a great canvas to build flavors. Try this 4-ingredient tea blend and top with your choice of cream to lift your spirits no matter how “blue” your day is looking.
This strong black tea is infused with the oils/rinds of citrus fruit bergamot. It is said that this was accidentally discovered centuries ago, during the tea trade, when the Earl of Grey sampled black tea that was packed and shipped with bergamot fruit from India. The tea had such a distinct flavor, that it was donned Earl Grey tea!
If you’re in love with pumpkin spice, chai, warm drinks and overall fall greatness, this is definitely a recipe you will love adding to your collection. Golden milk is a variation of traditional Indian chai masala, which features the bright yellow spice, turmeric.
You don’t have to be a barrista to enjoy a quality latté at home. This rustic latte recipe that can be easily replicated and scaled up to please a small group. The sweet coconut gives this drink a tropical twist to a classic coffee shop flavor.
Juicing is an amazing way to boost your metabolism while gettin in delicious fruits and vegetables. While juicing doesn’t replace a diet, it has many benefits that would make a great addition to a healthy regimine. Talk to your doctor or nutritionist before modifying your diet to any extremes!
This refresher is the epitome of summer in a glass. With only 3 ingredients, its the perfect recipe to easily build upon. Pick in season-peaches and juicy pink or red grapefruit for this recipe. Wow your guests by adding a sprig of rosemary, or a splash of gin. The possibilities are endless!