4 Fall-inspired Drinks We Are Loving Right Now
by Rumena S.
Fall has finally arrived and we can’t imagine anything better than cuddling with a nice warm seasonal drink! We at LimoLiner care deeply about good, locally-sourced food so we scoured Boston for delicious local alternatives to a fall staple – the ubiquitous PSL (pumpkin spice latte). Check out our favorites below:
#1 Hot Apple Cider at Sip Café – year after year, Sip Café in the beautiful Post Office Square park has proven that their talents extend well beyond award-winning coffee drinks. The hot apple cider hits the spot every time with real apple flavor, the right amount of sweetness, and nice warming texture. Bonus: try their in-house pumpkin spice latte made with real pumpkin, clover, and cinnamon. www.sipboston.com
#2 Chai Latte at The Thinking Cup – technically offered throughout the year, this drink is one of our go-to’s in the fall. It is made from in-house chai concentrate containing just the right amount of sugar to complement the black tea notes while not overpowering the flavor. The Thinking Cup uses MEM teas (another local favorite) as a base including their masala chai which is an Indian black tea with nice chunks of cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, and ginger. Yum! www.thinkingcup.com
#3 Halva Latte at Tatte Bakery & Cafe – if you have a sweet tooth like us, consider Tatte’s halva latte for a delicious and non-traditional alternative. Halva, a Middle Eastern and North African dessert, is made from sesame seeds giving the drink a sweet and slightly nutty flavor. Cardamom adds warmth which is perfect for fall. www.tattebakery.com
#4 Local Apple Lemonade at Clover Food Lab – we can’t get enough of this drink especially on those 65+ degree fall days. Clover makes it daily from four simple ingredients: apples from Western Massachusetts, lemons, water and just a little bit of sugar. It is the perfect marriage of real, simple ingredients resulting into a surprisingly refreshing fall drink. Just like biting into a juicy sweet apple! www.cloverfoodlab.com