Woolen scarves, tall boots, handmade mittens and warm mugs — that’s what getting cozy in the winter season looks like to us. While we can’t knit you all a scarf, we can give you the recipes to make your own hot toddies. From spiced, mulled wine to excellent hot chocolate — and a chocolate bomb, to boot — we’re ready to take on old man winter. And now you are, too!

Hot Chocolate

What’s not to like about a steaming mug of cocoa on a cold day? This seasonal staple needn’t be boring, either. Try some of these fun new ways to create this classic, such as melting chocolate bombs (da bomb), gift pouches featuring your own chocolate-to-sugar ratio recipes, sumptuous stirrers. Go cocoa creative!

Cast Iron Cookware Round Mini Kettle (CW30151)
Frostone Slate Display Collection™ Rectangular Serving Tray (MGD1616)
Glass Milk Jar (H92005)
Stainless Steel Sauce Cup (5073)
Sheet Pan Server (1006AS)
Enamelware Collection 12 oz Mug (80009)
Faux Cast Iron Serving Tray (10331)
10oz To-Go Pouch (10681)
Enamelware Collection Tumbler (80011)
Disposable Spoon (BAMDSPN65)
10oz To-Go Pouch (10681)
Enamelware Collection 12oz Mug (10155)
Gooseneck Tea Pot (GN10)
Long Handle Scoop (40401)
Gastronorm Display Crate, Forth Size (CRATE14)

Hot Toddies

Warm the hands and hearts of your loved ones this holiday season with a perfectly-spiced mulled wine, or a deliciously creamy eggnog. We love using our classic Enamelware Collection mugs, available in three sizes, to serve these more adult beverages.

If you’re in the mood for something a little more sparkling, check out our best selection of chilled Christmas cocktails post. Or learn how to stock your home bar cart for the holiday season.

top down view of a mug of hot cocoa
Enamelware Collection 6oz Mug (80008)
fall day outdoors with a top down view of a mug of tea
Enamelware Collection 16oz Mug (80010)

What your favorite hot holiday beverage? Share in the comments.

And contact your TableCraft Sales Rep to learn how to order any of these products (chocolate not included).

Rebecca Redden

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