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Non-alcoholic beverages such as coffee, tea, hot chocolate, hot apple cider
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Served Hot Drink

Non-alcoholic beverages such as coffee, tea, hot chocolate, hot apple cider

On a chilly day, there's nothing more comforting than having a hot drink. There’s something for everyone in this category, whether it be a rich and creamy hot chocolate or a healthy herbal tea.

Warm drinks

  • Espresso drinks like Cortado, Gibraltar, Breve, Latte, Americano, Macchiato, Cappuccino, Flat White, or Pumpkin Spice Latte.
  • Coffee like Spanish Coffee, Pour Over Coffee, or Moka Pot Coffee.
  • Tea drinks like How to Make Tea, French Press Tea, Perfect Tea Latte or 8 Tea Latte Recipes.

Try hot buttered rum, mulled wine, spiked cider and more. When the air starts to get a certain chill…it's cosy drink time! There's nothing better than cosying up with a mug of something: and even better if it's spiked!

A hot drink is called a thirst quencher. potable liquid. deoch an doris. pick-me-up. swig.

Drinks that are served hot and cold.

  • Blackberry Honey Spritzer.
  • Champagne Mango-Lime Agua Fresca.
  • Watermelon Basil.
  • Citrus Blueberry.

Favourite seasonal hot beverages

  • Hot chocolate.
  • Spiced cider.
  • Pumpkin spice latte.
  • Peppermint mocha.
  • Hot toddy.
  • Eggnog.
  • Hot Buttered Rum. This decadent drink will help you sip away the chilly winter weather.
  • Mulled wine. On a cold day, spiced wine is the perfect way to warm up.

Place the cup to be filled on a table or tray before pouring the beverage; never pour hot beverages while the customer is holding the cup. Do not reach over people to pour. Do not set filled cups on the edge of the table in front of a customer. Never place hot beverages within reach of children.

If you're serving warm beverages, you can use a slow cooker or insulated urn to keep them hot. If you have to use the stove top, keep the heat very low or consider just warming small batches as you need them because the alcohol can easily cook off.