Here, Bwog generously provides a closely-held recipe for Russian Tea (which neither comes from Russia nor contains tea), and it’s the perfect Beverage-in-Mug to warm you the hell up.
You’re cold. I’m cold. It’s cold outside. It’s cold in our dorm rooms because we have to open all the windows because the heat from the radiators might otherwise kill us.
Here is the recipe for Bwog’s first Beverage-in-Mug in a multi-post series so you can:
I do not know what makes this Beverage-in-Mug especially “Russian,” nor do I understand why it is called “tea.” This Beverage did not originate in Russia, and there is no tea in this recipe. Regardless, it is very good. Russian Tea is a personal favorite and perfect for when you want something warm and sweet but not milky-creamy.
That’s right–curl up in a blanket, warm your chilly paws on this steaming mug of liquid gold, and transform your cold New York experience into something a little more Slavic. For the full experience, add a splash of vodka.
~mug shot via Bwog archive