Seasonal Sippers: A Toast To Fall
So long, poolside refreshments and frozen beverages; We officially declare it’s time for something a little more soul-warming (you’ll have to pry the iced coffee from our hands, though).
Maybe you’re in the market for a crisp crowd-pleasing mocktail you and your kids can enjoy together? Interested in outsmarting the long lines for your pumpkin spice latte fix? We are not ones to let our friends go thirsty. Join us in celebrating the fresh flavors of a new season – Honey, apples, cloves, cranberries, cinnamon – gangs all here!
Grab your favorite glassware, cozy up fireside, and get to sippin’.
We love this large-batch beverage because while it looks and feels like a grown up drink, it’s a mocktail meant to be enjoyed by all ages. For Halloween, serve it from a hollowed out pumpkin with dry ice for a ghoulish party guzzler. Switch things up for the next holiday and present it in your fanciest punch bowl.
A tasty spiced beverage so nice, you can make it twice (or more!)
PSL lovers often get unfairly labeled as basic, but this all-natural dairy-free version is anything but that. Honey is the star sweetener in this mug full of fall happiness. Whip up this homemade recipe as an answer to the full-of-sugar sipper that we all love to hate waiting in line for.
Now that’s a latte that screams “fall-inspired Instagram selfie”, and tastes even better than it looks.
The beauty of this snappy sipper? Sip it over ice on a sunny autumn day or savor it hot in your choice mug on an extra chilly night. Call us biased, but on the list of things crisp apples pair perfectly with, honey is undeniably on top. And when you add the standout spices of fall – cloves, cinnamon, and ginger – this concoction is downright swiggable.
Allow time to let the flavors settle together overnight and you’ve got yourself a cheers-worthy offering.
Three uniquely crafted beverages with one thing in common. Real ingredients, starting with 100% Raw & Unfiltered Nature Nate’s Honey – your winning secret ingredient this fall season.