Autumn is the time of the onset of cold weath­er, driz­zling rains and pierc­ing winds. Return­ing home, you always want to warm up as soon as pos­si­ble. Today we will share with you three recipes for warm­ing autumn drinks that you can eas­i­ly and quick­ly pre­pare at home.

Non-alcoholic mulled wine

You will need:

syrup “Mulled wine” Miller & Miller — 40 ml;

cher­ry juice — 300 ml;

hon­ey — 2 tbsp. ;

apple and orange — 3–4 slices each;

cin­na­mon stick for dec­o­ra­tion.

Cooking method:

Pour cher­ry juice, Miller & Miller Mulled Wine Syrup into a small saucepan. Add fruits.

While stir­ring, heat with­out boil­ing.

Add hon­ey to the fin­ished drink and let it brew for 10–15 min­utes. Pour into glass­es and gar­nish with a cin­na­mon stick.

Ginger tea

You will need:

syrup “Gin­ger” Miller & Miller — 40 ml;

boil­ing water — 400 ml;

hon­ey — 5 table­spoons;

orange — 200 g;

lemon — 60 g;

a few leaves of fresh mint.

Cooking method:

Grind lemon and orange, put them in a teapot.

Add Miller & Miller Gin­ger syrup and hon­ey to them. Pour in boil­ing water and stir.

Add fresh mint to your drink.

Cov­er with a lid and let steep for 5–10 min­utes. Hap­py tea!

Gingerbread Latte

You will need:

espres­so — 100 ml;

milk — 300 ml;

syrup “Gin­ger­bread” Miller & Miller — 40 ml;

ground cin­na­mon.

Cooking method:

Pour the Miller&Miller Gin­ger­bread Syrup into a glass.

Using a cap­puc­ci­na­tore (or mix­er), whisk the milk and pour it into a glass.

Care­ful­ly pour espres­so into a glass, you will see how the drink sep­a­rates into lay­ers.

Gar­nish your cof­fee with ground cin­na­mon.

It is bet­ter to drink lat­te, hav­ing pre­vi­ous­ly stirred it. This will destroy the lay­ers, but the taste will be more uni­form and the same in sweet­ness.


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