Mulling Spices – Rick’s Tea Face 11-07-2022
No, this isn’t iced tea, it’s our Mulling Spices I simmered in fresh, apple cider. If you use apple juice it’ll be clear, but I prefer fresh, unfiltered cider for all the good flavors left in. I usually have a long cinnamon stick to use as a stirrer. This also shouldn’t be confused with our Mulled Spice Black Tea, which we carry all year. We only make our Mulling Spices during the Fall and Winter Holiday Seasons. If you haven’t had them before, then please read on and you’ll know why I’m sipping it this week, and why it’s immensely popular.
As the temperature turns cold, we stay inside more and we have more friends and family get-togethers. So, what’s better than delicious beverages to sip and maybe have a few snacks as well. I’ll make a small batch of our Mulling Spices in some apple cider, like today, because I want to sip the flavors of the season.
We blend our Mulling Spices from the spices of the Fall and Winter seasons. Cinnamon, Star Anise, Cloves, Allspice, Cardamom, Orange Peel and more. The result is a flavor when simmered with apple cider, apple juice. red wine, mead, or wassail, will remind you of holidays past and good times yet to come.
We start getting requests in August, so we have had to blend them earlier and earlier to meet so many requests. If you have sipped our Mulling Spices in your favorite beverage, then you already know what I talking about, but if you haven’t tried them yet, then ‘tis the season to join the party. If you still need more information about our Mulling Spices, please click HERE. Now, I must finish my last cup. Cheers!