It’s Christmas Time…

It’s Christmas Time…

Advent, Advent…

It's wonderful to see all these beautiful windows, we have the feeling everything is shining a little more than usual this year, right?

We have also upgraded, various fairy lights, light trees and stars decorate our windows and balconies.
The pre-Christmas period is particularly celebrated at home.

This coziness can only be achieved within your own four walls. Even though we miss traveling and our skiing vacation has been postponed until next year, it's still the best at home. Maybe we should remember this feeling more often when we come home after a long trip. Simply priceless!

Since the Christmas market visit, including its specialties such as mulled wine and punch, is canceled, we have to do everything we can to conjure up a piece of it in our living room.

We have thought of a very special drink for you. Something that puts even the biggest Grinch in the Christmas spirit with its scent and conjures up beautiful rosy cheeks with its twirl, like you usually only get at the mulled wine stand.

The cinnamon roll martini

What a name, your mouth is watering just thinking about this flavor combination.

Cinnamon rolls have replaced the banana bread from the first lockdown on social media. Everyone is posting juicy, golden cinnamon rolls right now. We love it!

Our cinnamon roll martini is next level and totally on trend. Here we conjure up two culinary favorites in one.
Creamy, sweet and heartwarming. Our Milky Oolong goes perfectly with the cinnamon flavors.

By the way, if you are still looking for the right gift for a tea drinker, we have everything that makes a tea lover's heart beat faster in the shop.

But now to the recipe – cheers!

For 1 drink you need:

- 40 ml vodka
- 30 ml cream
- 60ml X2.0 Milky Oolong
- 20 ml cinnamon liqueur
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 1 splash of maple syrup

Place all ingredients together with ice cubes in a cocktail shaker and shake well. Pour into a martini glass and sprinkle with cinnamon powder. Garnish with a cinnamon stick and a cinnamon cookie.

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