Cups Filled with Christmas Cheer

What cheery beverage would you find in the cups
of the A Cup of Christmas Cheer  authors?

Here’s what some of them had to say… Christmas Tree Border

Anne Mateer

For me, any kind of latte or mocha
in my cup keeps me happy.

Anne Mateer
snowflake ceramic travel mug

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My Christmasy drink of choice:
Trader Joe’s Candy Cane Green Tea
They sell it for only one month of the year,
so I stock up with a year’s supply in December.

Sarah Forgrave

Candy Cane Green Tea

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I look forward to the hot apple cider
that’s often served this time of year.
The spicy aroma as it steams in a pot on the
stove evokes memories of Christmases past.

Keli Gwyn
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Alpine® Spiced Apple Cider ~ Click image for recipe.

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What cheery beverage do you like to fill your cup with this time of year?

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3 thoughts on “Cups Filled with Christmas Cheer

    • Kim, our daughter loves hot chocolate, too. She’s living in Austria this year and misses her American hot chocolate, so I sent her a whole bunch of packages to get her through the winter. She was happy about that delivery. 🙂

  1. We used to drink a lot of eggnog, but last year I discovered a brand of K-cups that carry Apple cider, and so that is now my fav drink of choice during the evenings when we’re sharing the end of day in the living room.

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