Tips for Crafting Tea & Coffee Creations at Home

Depending on which city you live in, spring is either keeping you frozen or starting to warm you up. If you’re beginning to feel more of spring’s heat, then pollen is probably beginning to come in. If you have to stay bundled up, at least sunshine is making its way through the gloomy winter clouds. No matter what season you are currently feeling, you can always rely on a cup of tea or coffee to lift up your spirits. We put together four drink creations that you can create at home that may help soothe congestion, give you a boost, or help you wind down on the weekend!

Sunshine and Rainbow Tea

Unicorn Mug | Tips for Crafting Tea & Coffee Creations at Home | Kate Aspen

 | Tips for Crafting Tea & Coffee Creations at Home | Kate Aspen

This tea concoction tastes like magic in a cup! With an herbal aroma and sweet taste, it’s the perfect pick me up for any time of day. Also, since the tea blend has turmeric and ginger root, it should help aid digestion and fight inflammation. Place your drink creation in a fun mug like this adorable unicorn one. The gold unicorn horn makes for a nice finger rest too. You’ll feel calm and special every time you take a sip out of this cup on a cold gray day!

Getting Started

1 Tazo Turmeric & Passion Fruit Teabag

1 Tazo Sweet Wild Orange Teabag

1 tblsp honey

Let tea steep for 2 minutes, add honey, and enjoy.

 

Kentucky Coffee

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Looking for a simple coffee recipe that will give you a boost but also help you unwind on the weekend? Well, this drink is definitely for you. With a strong cup of coffee and a kick from the shot of bourbon, couple your coffee creation with a “Coffee than Cocktails” mug or a “Be Nice or Go Away” mug. Both cups have black and gold script with a sassy saying. Turn on your favorite genre of music and enjoy your afternoon.

Getting Started

1 shot of bourbon

1 strong cup of hot coffee

Pour them together, stir, relax, and enjoy.

 

Butterbeer Tea

Mom Life is the Best Life Mug | Tips for Crafting Tea & Coffee Creations at Home | Kate Aspen

Mom Life is the Best Life Mug | Tips for Crafting Tea & Coffee Creations at Home | Kate Aspen

This Butterbeer tea is more of a comforting sweet, warm drink. Since this recipe is combined with a Vanilla Bean Macaron tea and a Vanilla Caramel tea, mixing in milk and cream will not only add to the drink’s flavor but also give it a perfect golden hue. For some added texture, throw in a handful of butterscotch pieces and top it off with whipped cream and a sprinkle of brown sugar. Stir up your coffee creation in this “Mom Life is the Best Life” mug. For all the moms out there, this cup is a wonderful reminder that while “mom-life” can be difficult at times, it’s extremely rewarding and worth it!

Getting Started

1 Tazo Vanilla Bean Macaron tea

1 Tazo Vanilla Caramel Tea

1 handful of butterscotch chips

A swirl of whip cream and a sprinkle of brown sugar

Let tea steep for 2 minutes, stir, and top with whip cream.

 

Honey Coffee

Marbleized Mug | Tips for Crafting Tea & Coffee Creations at Home | Kate Aspen

Marbleized Mug | Tips for Crafting Tea & Coffee Creations at Home | Kate Aspen

Curious about making a drink that tastes like a chai latte and a coffee hybrid? Then, honey coffee is your best bet! A special ingredient that will take this drink’s flavor up a notch is a splash of almond extract. It adds the right amount of sweetness without being overbearing. This coffee is a year-round drink that tastes delicious in any season, especially spring. Pour it into a fancy mug like this marbleized coffee mug. It features the quote “Life is Beautiful” and has a beautiful gold foil handle.

Getting Started

2 cups of strong coffee

½ cup whole milk

¼ cup honey

⅛ tsp cinnamon

¼ tsp vanilla or almond extract

Mix all ingredients together, stir, and enjoy!

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Have any tea or coffee recipes of your own? Let us know in the comments below!

Happy Planning!

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