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This easy recipe for homemade apple cider doubles as aromatherapy.
Top this concentrate with hot water to make a steamy, cold-busting elixir, or pour it over ice with sparkling water for a sweet-spicy refresher. 
This sweet and spiced chai is a cross between gingery masala chai and rich hot cocoa—the best of both cozy drink worlds.
This heady mulled wine recipe is perfect for the holiday season—or any time you’re looking for something fragrant and cozy.
The perfect pick-me-up on a cold day, this atole (a traditional category of hot Mexican drinks thickened with masa) is enriched with chocolate, cinnamon, and a pinch of cayenne.
Recipe developer Zaynab Issa’s Karak Chai is richer than most cups of tea, thanks to its generous use of evaporated milk and hints of vanilla, cinnamon, and cardamom.  
Rather than tossing your orange peels, add a few to a batch of warming chai for a soothing sick-day (or any-day) beverage.
When scratchy throats, phlegm, and other mid-winter side effects set in, get relief with a savory-sweet cough syrup.
The roasted, earthy notes of the hōjicha (roasted green tea) carry the warming toasted baking spices for a comforting low-caffeine wintertime brew.
A warm ruby red mulled wine packed with enough cinnamon, cardamom, and ginger to make the whole house smell like the holidays.
A cozy, perfectly nutty, slightly sweet Salvadoran beverage.
A soul-warming, cozy but complex toddy to get you through the cold winter nights.
A soothing green tea toddy you can drink on its own–or spike with mezcal.
When the temperature drops, warm up with these cozy (and sometimes boozy) drinks.
Move over Hot Toddy, there’s a new, even cozier cold weather cocktail in town.
It’s so gingery and perfect I could drink a gallon of it in one sitting.

Emily Schultz

This chaider recipe is our warm, spiced-up, wintery alternative to bulletproof coffee. It’s a sweet mash-up of masala chai flavors and mulled cider, with an unexpected buttery finish to smooth it all out.
Chai + Cider = Chaider, and it's keeping our insides warm all winter long.

Aliza Abarbanel

Hemp milk makes the fastest, creamiest alt-milk with very little waste, but any nondairy milk works.
For a more caramel-y depth of flavor, toast the coconut flakes first.
While ground spices will work, the medicinal properties will be diminished, and the finished texture less silky smooth.
Sleepy? This warm milk recipe will help usher you off to dreamland.
This drink basically tucks you in, reads you a story, and turns off the lights. (No, it's not a shot of whiskey.)

Alaina Sullivan