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Hot Bourbon Tea

Hot Bourbon Tea

Hot Bourbon Tea

by | Jan 3, 2017

My family has a cabin in Jonas Ridge which is located in the mountains of North Carolina.  We go to the cabin a couple times a year, usually in the colder months, to take advantage of the fishing, hiking, fall colors, and crisp refreshing weather.  I remember my father sitting in front of the fire in his sweat pants, woolly socks, and oversized sweater grasping a mug of something piping hot.  He held that mug like it was gold.  As I got older and became of drinking age, I got the chance to perch beside him and embrace this delicious, warming, and recharging drink.  This hot bourbon tea takes me back to our family cabin with the sounds of the fire in my favorite comfy cloths beside my father.  Make this recipe and make your own memories.  Enjoy!

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Hot Bourbon Tea
This hot bourbon tea takes me back to our family cabin with the sounds of the flames in the fireplace.
ecipe for Hot Bourbon Tea
Course Drink
Cuisine Winter
Servings
drink
Ingredients
Course Drink
Cuisine Winter
Servings
drink
Ingredients
ecipe for Hot Bourbon Tea
Instructions
  1. Pour the steaming water over the chai tea bags in a mug. Let it steep for about 3 minutes, then remove the tea bags.
  2. Add the maple bourbon and half-and-half and stir to combine.
  3. Garnish with a cinnamon stick for added flavor and aroma.

About The Author

Sandi Grigg

Growing up in a small town in the foothills of North Carolina, Sandi always dreamed of living on the coast. In her youth, she was always by the water; she was raised tending a big garden and stomping around in the creek. She spent her adolescent days on a Jet Ski or fishing on Lake James, N.C., and she and her friends would camp and hike the Linville Gorge. Attending the University of North Carolina at Charlotte she felt like she was getting out of my small-town box and living the city life; at the same time, she was getting a little closer to the ocean. Moving to Wilmington has been a dream come true, and the life she has created has been a blessing. She enjoys kayaking the Cape Fear, fishing the shores of Carolina Beach, and picking up seashells and shark’s teeth wherever she is. At home, she loves to cook and play with her dogs in the backyard. She also enjoys DIY home improvement endeavors. No outdoor shower, fire pit or flower bed is too big of a job! Being a part of the North Brunswick Magazine and South Brunswick Magazine team has taught Sandi that you really can enjoy your career.

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