Bubble Tea or CoffeeOriginating in Taiwan, this milk-based treat has delighted the world for a number of years. Always containing tapioca pearls, it can be made plain, fruity, or with flavored syrups and seasonings. It can even be made with coffee instead of black or green tea. It is a cold, creamy drink that refreshes and delights.Indian Masala ChaiIn India, chai is more than just a cup of tea to start the day. Chai is the answer to a hectic day at work, the perfect “warm” ice-breaker for social awkwardness, or the go-to drink for coping with stress. Chai can be enjoyed in all seasons with friends, family, or just by yourself. Hot ChocolateIt is that time of the year again! This hot chocolate is surely going to add a blast of “yum” to your Christmas party. Similar to what you’ll find served in a Paris bistro, our recipe is thick, creamy, and decadent.Pear Almond SodaA light, unique blend of flavors!Holiday Veg-NogEggnog has long been associated with Christmas gatherings. If you miss the creamy, spicy richness of this holiday drink, you will love this Eggless Nog. Sip a cup of cheer with your family. Because it is also non-alcoholic, even the kids can enjoy it.Scary Green Smoothies With Lychee EyeballsScary, healthy, and delicious! Perfect for Halloween or any other time you want a tasty snack.Lemonade with Mint and Maple SyrupA refreshing summer treat made healthier with maple syrup instead of sugar!Dalgona CoffeeThis is an incredibly simple, yet almost magical recipe for a creamy, frothy coffee that has caught social media by storm and makes an impressive drink.Daily Morning Cleanse JuiceLavina Phulwani-Sethi shares this refreshing juice recipe with us. Packed with immunity-boosting fruits and vegetables, it will give you energy for the entire day.Tropical Sunshine SmoothieBring some sunshine into your life with this delicious, protein-infused smoothie.Elderberry SyrupElderberry extractions are known to dramatically reduce the duration and severity of colds, flus, and viral infections. Several studies have shown that using elderberries early on and in frequent intervals can reduce the flu virus by 2 to 3 days. Use the syrup for those pre-flu signs: a tickle in the throat, fatigue, or achy muscles. You may just be able to prevent the illness altogether. Elderberry-Hibiscus Iced TeaElderberries contain anthocyanins, powerful antioxidants, along with vitamins A and C, calcium, magnesium, iron, niacin, and potassium. Enjoy this potent combination of elderberry and hibiscus in a cool iced tea. The beautiful color and tangy flavor can be sipped throughout the day or served at a luncheon. Your guests will be happy to know that they’re being served a vitamin-rich and delicious tonic.