There’s no getting around the fact that winter is finally upon us. Once the temperature is cooler and the days become shorter, we find ourselves turning from the pleasures of summer to the comforts which will keep the chill at bay.
As soon as the temperature drops, there is something a lot less appealing about light summer meals. Instead, we replace them with heavy, warming foods like stews, pies and roast dinners.
We do the same with our hot drinks. The lemonades and ice teas don’t seem very appealing when the cold arrives, so we turn to hot drinks instead.
Coffee, tea and the occasional hot chocolate become commonplace at work, at home and pretty much everywhere else to give us that welcome fuzzy feeling.
Somewhat surprisingly, despite the coffee revolution which has swept the face of the Earth several times in the last few years, tea is still the most popular beverage according to National Geographic.
It’s fair to say that despite the obvious variations of coffee and tea, there’s actually not much choice, especially in comparison with refreshing summer drinks.
However, this isn’t entirely true. There are actually many delicious hot drinks from around the world which many of us are missing out on.
Around The World In 16 Winter Warmers
The people at citybaseapartments.com have created a taste bud tingling infographic which offers up a number of tasty alternative from around the world.
It’s called ‘Around The World In 16 Winter Warmers’ and has drinks ranging from Canada to Colombia, India to Ireland and Sweden to South Africa.
This infographic is packed with plenty of drinks you won’t have tried or maybe even heard of. However, you absolutely have to try them!
There’s also plenty that you can spice up for the adults by adding certain alcoholic drinks to give you that extra added cozy feeling on chilly nights.
Don’t just take our word for it, take a look at the infographic below and go try some of these out yourself!
Around The World In 16 Winter Warmers – An infographic by the team at Citybase Apartments
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