Yogi Tea in the Kitchen: Spiced Holiday Cider

Enjoy this easy-to-make spiced cider with family and friends this holiday season!

Looking for a delicious drink to prepare for your next holiday gathering? Yogi Spiced Holiday Cider is simple to prepare, and perfect for sharing with family and friends during fall and winter festivities.

Yogi Spiced Holiday Cider combines Yogi Caramel Apple Spice Slim Life tea, made with rich, invigorating Assam Black Tea and Ayurvedic warming spices including Cinnamon, Ginger and Black Pepper; with freshly-squeezed apple cider, seasonal apples, and Star Anise. Together, these fall-favorites make for a perfectly spiced and lightly sweet cider that’s sure to warm you from head to toe this holiday season.


Caramel Apple Spice Slim Life | Yogi Tea

Blended with Assam Black tea, Rooibos and Schisandra Berry, Yogi Caramel Apple Spice Slim Life provides energy to support an active lifestyle.

Yogi Spiced Holiday Cider

Makes 2 servings

Yogi Caramel Apple Spice Slim Life tea bags

1 cup boiling water

1 cup fresh squeezed apple cider

1 small apple, any variety

3 cinnamon sticks 

4 anise star pods


1. Core and chop apple into 1/2 inch pieces; set aside.

2. In a small saucepan, combine 1 cup water, 1 cup apple cider, apple pieces, cinnamon sticks, and star anise pods. Using high heat, bring mixture to a boil. 

3. Remove saucepan from heat, add 5 tea bags of Yogi Caramel Apple Spice Slim Life. Let steep for 5 minutes. Discard tea bags.

4. Using a slotted spoon, divide apple pieces and spices between two mugs, then carefully pour in liquid cider from saucepan. Allow to cool to desired temperature. Enjoy!


Yogi Spiced Cider | Yogi Tea


Planning to share Yogi Spiced Holiday Cider at your next holiday get-together? 

Brew up a batch, snap a photo and share the Yogi tea love by @yogitea!

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