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Where To Order: A Cup Of Cheer

Where To Order: A Cup Of Cheer

Leah Shkolnick
December 8
We've compiled the ultimate guide to warming up your winter in New York City. From cozy cafes to chic bars, explore the city's top spots serving up festive beverages that will make your season merry and bright. Don't miss out on the most delicious hot chocolates, spiced lattes, and seasonal cocktails.

Whether you’re drinking iced coffee all year round or get excited to switch to something warmer when the weather gets cooler, there’s a special buzz around seeing the holiday drinks hit the menus. Step aside, Starbucks, we’ve rounded up 5 cold weather drinks in New York that are practically the holidays in a cup.

1. The Red Velvet Latte at Hibiscus Brew in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn


If you're flavor preference gears more towards "cake batter" than "coffee", this is the drink for you. Velvety and rich in flavor and color, who said you need to wait until dessert to indulge. 

2. The Cardamom Maple Latte at Poppy's in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn


Just the name “Cardamom Maple” sounds cozy in the way we hope the holiday season is. Pair it with their seasonal gingerbread bundt cake with blood orange glaze, and you'll be so cozy you’re practically enjoying them fireside. 

3. The Evergreen Latte at Maman 


Espresso with rosemary steeped syrup, winter spices and orange essence warm up this Evergreen Latte. One sip and you'll feel as if you're standing in the middle of a winter forest.

4. Vegan Matcha Hot Chocolate at The Elk in Manhattan's West Village


For an updated luxurious take on this Winter classic, The Elk and Nekohama Matcha collaborated to create a Vegan Matcha Hot Chocolate. 

5. The Smoked Latte at Guevara's in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn


Can't decide between coffee or tea? This latte is made with espresso, smoked tea concentrate, and Orleans bitters.

--- Which drink are you going to try? ---

You’ve got the drinks, we’ve got the cups. Don’t worry, we won’t judge if you’re drinking iced coffee in the winter. We’ve got cold cups, too. 

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