10 Recipes For Warming Winter Drinks

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10 Recipes For Warming Winter Drinks
10 Recipes For Warming Winter Drinks

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Video: 10 Recipes For Warming Winter Drinks
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We know that drinks can be no less interesting than food, and we are very much waiting for when it will be possible to go to bed with a laptop, having brewed coffee with vanilla salt, sea buckthorn or masala tea before that. In case you only know how to pour boiling water over a tea bag, we have found out ten detailed recipes from baristas and bartenders.


Hot orange drink

chef-barista "Double B Coffee & Tea"

Bohdan Prokopchuk


1 large orange

4 teaspoons cane sugar

1/8 teaspoon angostura

400 ml hot water

3-4 carnation buds


Peel the orange, cut the pulp into small slices in a kettle.

Pour cane sugar into it.

Add angostura, knead the mixture with a pestle or spoon.

Add cloves, pour 150 ml of water.

Let it brew for a minute, then add another 250 ml.

Pour into a cup, finely grate the cinnamon. You can decorate with zest.

Vanilla Salt Coffee

chef barista and co-owner of Good Enough coffee shop

Anastasia Godunova


60 ml espresso

10 g buckwheat honey

0.02 g vanilla sea salt

180 ml milk

Prepare two servings of espresso in a large cup.

Add buckwheat honey and salt to coffee, mix. You need to make the vanilla salt yourself - insist the sea salt for at least five days on the vanilla pods.

Heat milk in a separate container.

Pour milk into a cup of coffee using a trickle.

Whisk the drink well until light foam forms. The result is a very creamy coffee with an intense honey-buckwheat aroma and a hint of vanilla salt.

Cocoa with rum and chili

chef bartender of the restaurant "Let's go"

Maxim Ivaschenko


Belgian chocolate bar

half a cup of 10% cream

2 tablespoons aged rum


sea salt

orange peel

Break a chocolate bar into small pieces and melt in a stewpan over a water bath.

Add rum and then gently pour in the cream, gradually stirring the mixture with a spoon or a small whisk until all the chocolate is dissolved and the mixture is smooth, without lumps.

Add a pinch of chili, sea salt and some orange peel and stir.

Pour the finished chocolate into circles.


Cocoa with condensed milk

co-owner of "Bravo Churros"

Polina Yurova


250 ml milk

250 ml 11% cream

15 g cocoa powder

3 teaspoons of condensed milk

half a teaspoon of cinnamon


Heat milk and cream in a small saucepan, but do not bring to a boil.

Add cocoa, stir with a whisk until foam appears.

Add condensed milk, beat with a whisk, making sure that the milk does not boil.

Cook until the cocoa is completely dissolved for another two to three minutes, then remove from heat.

Pour into a cup, add cinnamon, garnish with marshmallows. For a more chocolatey taste, you can melt a bar or two of dark or milk chocolate.


the manager of the Starbucks coffee shop

Ekaterina Pigareva


250 ml cranberry juice

2 carnation buds

half a teaspoon of cinnamon

zest of one orange

1 apple

2-3 teaspoons of sugar

cognac to taste

Mash cranberries with sugar in a saucepan, add water. Bring to the density of fruit drink.

Put on fire, add cinnamon and cloves.

Add cognac a few minutes before boiling.

At the end, add the chopped apple and orange zest so that it is not sour.

Masala tea

the manager of the Starbucks coffee shop

Ekaterina Pigareva


80 ml ginger tincture

2-3 teaspoons of honey

200 ml milk

Prepare the tincture: add a teaspoon of ginger, cardamom, black pepper, cinnamon and anise to the container. Pour boiling water over, let it brew.

Heat milk in a mug.

Pass the tincture through a sieve into a mug, add honey.


Hot butter rum

teams "Delicatessen"


a tablespoon of homemade vanilla oil

(proprietary recipe, can be replaced with a mixture of butter

butter and vanilla ice cream)

40 ml rum

spices: a cinnamon stick, a couple of cloves buds, a little star anise

50 ml peach juice

10 ml lemon juice (dilutes sweet peach juice)

Add rum, vanilla butter, peach and lemon juices, star anise and cinnamon to the milk jug.

While stirring, heat over low heat.

Serve hot in an Irish coffee glass, garnish with a sprig of cinnamon and a lemon wedge.

Sea buckthorn tea

teams "Delicatessen"


30 ml sea buckthorn syrup

10 ml honey syrup

10 ml lemon juice

sprig of rosemary

glass of water

Ready-made syrups are already on sale, but you can try making yourself. For honey, you need a glass of honey and a glass of water to boil for half an hour on low heat. Pour into a jar, let cool.

For sea buckthorn syrup, beat 300 g of sea buckthorn in a blender, pass the mass through a sieve. Pour the juice into a saucepan, add a glass of sugar, cook and stir for half an hour, without boiling. Pour into a jar, let cool.

For tea, add a saucepan of syrups, water, juice and rosemary in any order, cook for a few minutes, serve in a mug.


Raf masala

barista of the "Caffe Del Parco" chain

Evgeniya Buchneva


2 servings of espresso (56 ml)

24 g masala mix (11 g vanilla sugar, 11 g regular sugar, 2 g masala spice)

320 ml 10% cream

Prepare two servings of espresso, heat the cream to 75 degrees.

Add cream, coffee and masala mixture to the French press.

Lower the plunger all the way down to whisk the coffee. The drink turns out to be dense, with a delicate creamy foam.


coffee punch

barista coffee shop "Yellow"

Natalia Goncharova


800 ml filter, alternative coffee

(made from Arabica beans using the pour-over method, no mixtures)

300 ml apple juice

half grapefruit (cut into slices)

3 black peppercorns

2 cinnamon sticks

3-4 carnation buds

40 g coconut sugar

Make coffee.

Place the rest of the ingredients in a separate container, bring to a boil.

Add coffee to apple juice. Leave to simmer for five minutes, without boiling, as coffee does not tolerate boiling water.

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