The cool breeze, the cloudy skies, petrichor in the air...! Woah - we need some delicious hot drinks now that the monsoons have arrived.
The cool breeze, the cloudy skies, petrichor in the air, tiny droplets on the window panes! Woah – we need some delicious hot drinks now that the monsoons have arrived.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could have a cup of hot beverage to accompany you while it rains outside?
For your perfect monsoon experience, we have identified some hot drinks to relish in this rainy season:
Mint tea is one of the healthy monsoon beverages that can help you to stay fit and lively. It has a high antioxidant capacity, vitamins, and minerals present in it that relieves stress and cures indigestion.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a hot cup of coffee while you curl up with a good book on a rainy day? This monsoon you can have a little fun with your coffee by adding a wee bit of cinnamon to it. This drink would keep you energetic all day long during monsoons.
Almond milk is another lip-smacking hot drink you can enjoy in the monsoons. Being a rich source of nutrients, it controls your blood pressure levels and boosts metabolism.
If you tend to avoid dairy products, then this hot drink prepared using dark chocolate is meant for you. You can also add cinnamon to it for a spicy ting. Cocoa boosts your immune system and reduces inflammation as it has antioxidants.
Made from plum wine and pomegranate vodka, this cocktail drink is a perfect treat for your monsoon evenings that can get you tripping happily.
One of the classic drinks, an Irish Coffee can soothe your coffee as well as alcohol cravings on a cold monsoon evening. Made by blending coffee and whiskey, this hot drink is increasingly becoming popular globally.
So, go ahead and cherish the monsoon season with your perfectly made hot drinks!
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