Winter has finally arrived for a great many North Americans, and with it comes a need to wrap our hands around warm and comforting beverages.
Coffee can do the trick, but what if you’re looking for something different … something the whole family can enjoy? Or something with a little extra power to ward off illness, drink late at night or serve to a guest who doesn’t tolerate caffeine?
Here are nine alternatives to coffee and black tea, some of which you may have never heard of, but will soothe the body and spirit at this time of year …
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