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Fall happens to be a lot of people’s favorite season. And I think I know why…not the colorful leaves or the cute boots…but the DRINKS. With the falling leaves come tasty beverages! Below, I have pictures with corresponding links, where you can find recipes to my three favorite Fall drinks. Also if you go by a Trader Joe’s, they have incredible Fall everything! Today, I bought pumpkin ravioli, pumpkin chai tea mix and spiced apple cider…amazing.
:::The Chai Tea Latte:::
Homemade Chai Hot, Iced & Concentrate — by Gimme Some Oven
Authentic Chai– by the kithcn
Small Measures Homemade Chai — by Design Sponge
:::The Apple Cider:::
Homemade Hot Apple Cider — by Hint of Vanilla
Sweet Apple Cider Tea — by David’s Tea
Apple Cider — by DELICIOUS SHOTS
::: The Hot Toddy:::
Intensi-Toddy — by joylicious
Maple + Oatmeal Stout Hot Toddy — by The Gouda Life
Meyer Lemon & Sage Hot Toddy — by Katie at the Kitchen Door
This will be getting whipped up in my kitchen ASAP! Once our kitchen is done with it’s renovation of course. Our loft management company is taking up valuable fall drink-making space! 😉 But it will be nice to have an update, that’s for sure.
I’m in the process of thinking of a new beverage creation that really says, “Drink Me, I taste like Fall.” So wish me luck on that endeavor and if you have any suggestions let me hear ’em!
Happy warm & cozy drinking!
We are finally in our new place and loving it! Also, as a huge perk we have a fireplace! It is somewhat intimidating because it is such a focal point. There are many ways to make it truly shine. I love the idea of surrounding it by candles or having a statement art piece at the center. The furniture that circles the fireplace is also important; I want it to be comfortable and inviting. To bring in color–I think pillows and small accessories (like figurines, mirrors, or frames) or a bar cart can help. I even am toying with the idea of painting the area around the fireplace.
Here is one scenario I created–I’m loving the black and gold combo with pops of teal. Trying to stay with our new mid-century eclectic look.
Here are the details are on the photo:
Grey Side Chair ::: West Elm, $899
Pillow ::: CB2, $29.99
Candlestick Holders ::: CB2, $4.95-$6.95
Dessert Sun Mirror ::: Dot & Bo, $59.99
Logan Square Print ::: Etsy, $24.00
Bar Cart ::: Dot & Bo, $499.99
Teal Glasses ::: IKEA, $1.99 each
Faux Cowhide Throw ::: Pier1 Imports, $44.95
Dark Yellow Chaise ::: IKEA, $250.00
Happy home adventures!