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Tastes like Fall: Three Easy Tea Recipes to try this Season

Nicolette & Nick

Nicolette & Nick

Married Disney couple that have been in the business of tea together since 2012

With the leaves falling and a chill in the air, tea season is in full swing. I have made 3 easy tea recipes using our Disney inspired tea blends to get you into the Fall spirit. The first two recipes are hot tea lattes and the third recipe is a silky iced latte for those of you who live in warmer climates like we do. Florida Fall is definitely still iced tea weather!

These recipes can be easily adaptable to whichever your favorite tea is.

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Evil Queen Maple Latte

First up is the Evil Queen tea latte sweetened with maple syrup and topped with oatmilk cold foam, an apple slice and cinnamon. This tea is a perfect black tea for fall with a warm apple pie taste with a touch of pomegranate. The maple syrup brings out even more of those baked apple pie notes. 

You could warm the milk first if you prefer, but since the tea is so hot, I find that the cold foam just makes it the perfect drinking temperature so you can enjoy it right away.

Ingredients

Evil Queen Black Tea

Pure Maple Syrup 

Oat milk Creamer (unsweetened or sweetened)

Cinnamon for garnish

Thin slice of apple for garnish

Directions

  1. Use one teaspoon of tea leaves for every 8 oz. For this size cup, I used 1 and a half teaspoons. Use the amount for tea leaves based on the mug size and not how much water you use so the milk doesn’t water it down. Any tea strainer will work, but I like to use these ‘make your own tea bags’ called T-Sac. They are biodegradable and have such an easy clean up.
  2. Steep the tea but leave a good amount of space at the top for your cold foam.
  3. While the tea is steeping, pour some oatmilk in a separate glass and whip it up with an electric milk frother.
  4. Remove the tea leaves after 3-5 minutes and sweeten as desired with maple syrup.
  5. Top it off with the cold foam and garnish with an apple slice and a sprinkle of cinnamon.
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Warm Hugs Rooibos Apple Cider

Nothing quite evokes those cozy Fall feelings like a hot cup of apple cider. For this recipe, we created that cider taste by combining our spiced rooibos tea Warm Hugs with hot apple juice. Warm Hugs is a caffeine free blend with vanilla, cinnamon, and clove. Definitely a flavor worth melting for! 

Ingredients

Warm Hugs Rooibos Tea

Pure Maple Syrup 

Apple Juice

Cinnamon for garnish

Thin slice of apple for garnish

Directions

  1. Use one teaspoon of tea leaves for every 8 oz. For this size cup, I used 2 teaspoons. Use the amount for tea leaves based on the mug size and not how much water you use so the juice doesn’t water it down.
  2. Steep the tea with hot water only filling up the cup halfway.
  3. While the tea is steeping, heat up enough apple juice to fill the rest of your cup. You can do this on the stovetop or in a microwave.
  4. Remove the tea leaves after 5-8 minutes and sweeten as desired with maple syrup. Keep in mind the apple juice will add quite a bit of sweetness. 
  5. Pour in your hot apple juice and garnish with an apple slice and a sprinkle of cinnamon.
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warm Hugs rooibos frozen olaf tea apple cider
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Iced Midnight Pumpkin Rooibos with Pumpkin Cold Foam

When you want to drink those pumpkin Fall flavors, but you live in a place without the Fall chill, an iced tea latte is the way to go. This one is made with our Midnight Pumpkin, a caffeine free rooibos blend with pumpkin and bibbidi bobbidi blueberry. There is no pumpkin spice in this tea, so you really just get that creamy silky pumpkin taste.

As far as pumpkin teas go, I drink this one year round. On the other hand, our Pumpkin King tea with the pie spices, I only drink during Fall and Christmas. Although this recipe is equally delicious made with our Pumpkin King tea!

Ingredients

Midnight Pumpkin Rooibos Tea

Sweetener of your choice (optional) 

Oat milk Creamer (unsweetened or sweetened)

One spoon of pumpkin purée

Cinnamon in the foam and for garnish

Directions

  1. Use one teaspoon of tea leaves for every 8 oz. For this size cup, I used 2 teaspoons. Use the amount for tea leaves based on the mug size and not how much water you use so the milk doesn’t water it down.
  2. Steep the tea with only about a cup of hot water.
  3. While the tea is steeping, pour some oat milk, your spoon of pumpkin puree, and a dash of cinnamon in a separate glass. Froth it up with an electric milk frother. The texture should be thick and creamy.
  4. Remove the tea leaves after 5-8 minutes and sweeten as desired.
  5. Fill a tall glass with ice to the very top and pour the hot tea over leaving a good amount of space for the pumpkin cold foam.
  6. Slowly pour the pumpkin cold foam on top and garnish with cinnamon.
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