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Tea recipes that are peak winter aesthetic. When it’s cold outside, there’s nothing like getting cozy indoors with a warm cup of tea. And while tea time may be traditional, it doesn’t have to be boring. here are five cozy tea recipes that are peak winter aesthetic. 1. Apple cinnamon tea, Enjoy the sweet and refreshing flavors of apple and cinnamon infused into a delicious tea!. This recipe involves South African Honeybush tea combined with fresh cinnamon ground with a mortar and pestle and diced apples. The tea is poured into a mug rimmed with caramel, cinnamon sugar, and an apple wedge. 2. Orange lemon ginger tea, This recipe is a cleansing fusion of citrus and ginger!. Begin by adding sliced lemons, oranges, and fresh ginger into a teapot, followed by a spoonful of turmeric, a sprinkle of chili flakes, and a few pieces of a cinnamon stick. Next, pour in boiled water, then gently stir the ingredients. Finally, pour the tea through a strainer into a mug or a teacup and top with honey. 3. Cranberry tea, This recipe is totally tea-licious!. First, add cranberries to a tea pitcher, then crush them using a muddler. Next, add lemon slices and a sprinkle of cranberry tea leaves. Finally, pour the tea with a ladle into an Irish coffee glass for a pretty presentation, and cheers!. 4. Peppermint hot cocoa tea, Sweet dreams are made of tea and hot chocolate!. Begin by adding milk and peppermint tea leaves to a heated pan and gently stir while the ingredients simmer. In a separate pan, heat milk and a few pieces of dark chocolate, then whisk until combined. Pour the hot chocolate and tea into an Irish coffee glass. top with whipped cream, a sprinkling of crushed candy canes, and a candy cane on the rim. 5. Herbal ‘immuni-tea’, If you’re looking for a tea that helps boost the immune system, this recipe is definitely worth a pour!. First, add dry oranges and limes to a teapot followed by some dried elderflower, a fresh slice of lemon, a teaspoon of honey, and a handful of raspberry leaves. Fill the teapot with boiling water, place the lid on, and let it sit for 3 minutes. Finally, pour into a teacup using a tea strainer and enjoy!