Apple Spice Mule Tea for The Holidays!
Some people drink tea everyday and some drink it occasionally. Mulled tea is definitely more popular during the fall and winter months. I made some Apple Spice Mule Tea, which is perfect for the holidays! The taste of all the warm spices and the warm smell it gives your home is a plus! I received some mulling spice samples from Christkindl.Live. Christkindl.Live is a website where vendors from all over the United States can sell their items for Christmas. This became a virtual event due to the pandemic.
From Christkindl.Live, I received a beautiful mug that says Love & Peace, a weighted gnome, 9 Christmas themed washi tape and 2 good size bags of mulled spices. Pouches for the spices also came in the sample box. If the mug is broken upon delivery, you will get a new mug, free of charge. This is a beautiful gift set to share with your loved one this holiday season!
I received these samples free, in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.
These mulling spices consist of cinnamon, cloves, allspice, and dried orange peels. It pairs well with my apple spice mule tea. But you can also use the mulled spices in wine, beer, cider, juice and any alcoholic drink you enjoy.
Apple Spice Mule Tea
I only made one serving but this is perfect to make larger quantity in your crockpot, during the holidays. To make one serving, you will need two cups of water. You have some really nice spices and you can really taste the orange peel in there. For this tea, I used one apple cut into 4 pieces and I left the skin on for extra flavor.
You Will Need:
- an apple
- mulling spices
- sugar, for serving (optional)
Apple Spice Mule Tea for The Holidays!Course: DrinksCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy
Enjoy the aroma and taste of cinnamon, cloves, orange peels and allspice in this apple spice mule tea, which is perfect for the holidays!
2 cups of water
1 apple, cut into 4 slices (skin on)
1/4 cup of mulled spices
1 tsp of sugar, for serving (optional)
- Turn burner on HIGH. In a pan, add the water and apple slices. Bring to a boil. About 3 minutes.
- Add the mulled spices and lower the heat to MED HIGH. Cook for about 5 minutes to infuse all the flavors together.
- Using a strainer, pour the tea into your favorite mug.
- If desired, add sugar. Stir and enjoy!
- If the spices are too strong, cut down on the mulled spices.
What are your favorite drinks during the holidays?