Witchy Heat Drinks?

Witchy Heat Drinks?

It is attending to that point of 12 months when the climate’s beginning to chill, so I believed we might all share our favourite magickal drinks, particularly the new ones!

So how’s about some recipes?

8 thoughts on “Witchy Heat Drinks?”

  1. Chai is my go-to for winter drinks with meaning πŸ˜€ There are myriad ways to make it, it’s incredibly versatile and always delicious.

    I make my own, using black tea leaves, star anise, fennel, cinnamon sticks, black peppercorns, cardamom pods, whole clove, and candied ginger root. Sometimes I throw in marshmallow root and fenugreek seeds, simmer with water/sugar/milk. <3

    I also like hot chocolate with chili peppers and cinnamon.

  2. I’m still drinking my summer tea: chamomile flowers, rosebuds, cornflowers, and orange peel. I know it’s technically autumn, but the chamomile tastes like Indian summer to me, because that’s when the wild asters bloom in my area (they’re in the same family and they smell like chamomile).

  3. I’m not too experienced, but I intend to stir a lot of intent into my cider this year! And my homemade hot chocolate. I’m also going to look up correspondences for the spices I use in both and see what I can do with them.

    Also, to fill your home with warm comfort and a delicious scent, put a small pot with some water, cinnamon sticks and cloves on the stove and let simmer on a very low heat for as long as you’d like (but don’t let the water evaporate completely or the solids will burn – just add more if it’s getting low). The same pot will simmer for weeks and still smell wonderful, and I swear on my life it makes everyone and everything in the house feel better.

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