Wednesday, November 5, 2014

5 Gift Ideas For People Who Love Fall Drinks

As the weather gets colder (for most of us, anyway), hot drinks are looking increasingly attractive. And the best hot drinks in autumn are usually spiced! (This could be a matter of opinion, granted). With that thought in mind, here are some fun autumn-themed gift ideas for the coffee or cocktail lovers in your life.

Have you ever tried mulled cider? If you have, you’ll know it’s the perfect fall drink. Hot, sweet, and with a lovely cinnamon and nutmeg kick. These mulling spice sachets are just what are needed to make a perfect mug of mulled cider.

Alternatively, mulling spices can be used to make a more grown-up hot toddy. In that case, consider these beautiful, modern glass mugs from Bodum. They’re a contemporary take on the traditional toddy glass. 

Of course, you can’t forget the pumpkin spice coffee drink contingent. Yes, it’s overused. Yes, we all get tired of hearing about pumpkin spice lattes at this time of year. But it’s a classic for a reason, and the reason is that it’s delicious. There’s almost definitely someone on your list who would love some exceptionally delicious (and organic) pumpkin spice coffee from Silver Bridge Coffee Company. Or you can give them this versatile (also organic) pumpkin spice syrup, which they can add to coffee, poured over waffles or ice cream, or pour over any number of other drinks and foods. 
Gift Idea - Pumpkin Spice Syrup

Gift Idea - iSi Whip Cream MakerFinally, whether it’s a hot toddy or a seasonally flavored coffee, any hot fall beverage indulgence needs whipped cream. Otherwise it’s not really an indulgence. A whipped cream maker from iSi is the perfect gift for someone who really takes their coffee (or ice cream) seriously. It’ll make the best whipped cream they’ve ever had. Plus, they can add different sweeteners and flavorings to create custom toppings!

If you’re feeling inspired now, check out Giftry Influencer Melissa’s excellent blog The Faux Martha for a “killer-not-boring” (in her own words) pumpkin scone recipe. You’ll have to decide for yourself if you’re going to share or not. 

Enjoy, and happy gifting! 


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