Add Fresh Berry Twist to These 4 Winter Drink Recipes
This winter, we’ve been sharing a number of steaming, simmering drink recipes with Amoretti blog readers. They’re sweet to the taste, warm to the bones, and easy for any novice barista or mixologist to throw together! However, all of these winter drink recipes make us pine away for spring.
We’ve come up with a best-of-both-worlds solution that infuses the fresh taste of our interesting berry syrups into some of our classic winter drink recipes. Here are a few of our favorite modifications for this winter:
Amoretti Macadamia Banana Latte: We posted this recipe in early December, and it’s been a hit with readers ever since. It’s smooth and creamy, and uses mellow flavors to deliver a surprisingly dynamic taste. If you’re craving a berry taste in your drink recipes, try substituting the banana flavor in this recipe with Amoretti Premium Crema di Wild Strawberry Syrup. Our Wild Strawberry syrup uses natural ingredients to achieve an unrivaled real-fruit taste. This syrup is especially rich and creamy, too, which makes it perfect for this recipe!
Amoretti Peppermint White Hot Chocolate: This winter drink recipe is a classic. We recommend giving it a spring-infusion by substituting Amoretti Premium Raspberry Syrup for the peppermint. Or, if you really want to get adventurous, do that substitution, and then add a dash of Amoretti Premium Mojito Mint Syrup into the mix!
Amoretti Cinnamon Walnut Hot Chocolate: A touch of our blueberry syrup is all you need to lighten up this wintry mixture. A little bit of blueberry goes a long way in making this drink recipe more “springy.”
Amoretti Hot Toddy: This winter drink recipe has the most to offer in terms of “spring-ifying” options! The classic hot toddy is a drink that’s open to countless variations and interpretations. We think that you could add any of our interesting berry syrups to this drink recipe and get stellar results. If we had to pick a favorite, we would definitely go with Amoretti Premium Blackberry Syrup, a syrup that’s bitter, tangy, and sweet – just what this recipe could use!
We have plenty more ideas where these came from, but we’d be more interested to hear about the ideas you have come up with. If you’ve made some substitutions of your own using any of our interesting berry syrups, then you’re encouraged to share your modifications on the official Amoretti Facebook page.