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In the summer, you probably enjoy cold, refreshing drinks that you can slowly sip during the long and hot afternoons. In the colder seasons, however, it's better to drink beverages that keep you warm. While there aren't many drinks that are served hot, there is one classic that many seniors will enjoy: the Hot Toddy.
August is here, which means we're approaching the final stretch of summer. Don't let the season slip away without having at least one more gathering with your group of friends at your retirement community. If you've already done the afternoon barbecue event once or twice this summer, why not mix it up by hosting a cool evening cocktail party? It's tough to beat a night out on the back patio with good conversation, delicious appetizers and a few fancy cocktails. Here are two ideas that are easy to make and will surely impress your guests.
Is there anything better than a cold drink on a hot summer day? For those of us who enjoy the occasional cocktail, a drink recipe that is both fruity and delicious can turn a sweaty summer evening into a delightful and relaxing experience.
When it comes to healthy drinks, you can't do much better than green tea. According to Harvard University, the beverage's high levels of antioxidants known as flavonoids carry many benefits. In fact, green tea has been used as a medicine for centuries.
Saturday is National Wine Day, so let's raise a glass to this delicious beverage. Drinking the occasional glass of red or white wine can give seniors a health boost, so there's no reason to be ashamed of your love of wine, provided you are imbibing in moderation.
As the weather starts to heat up, you may be looking for a refreshing and tasty new way to hydrate. April is recognized as Stress Awareness Month, which means it's a time to seek out tips, tricks and even flavors that can relieve stress and help us manage the difficult moments in life. Lavender Lemonade is a drink that is both hydrating and relaxing: the perfect combination for this month.
When it comes to the holiday season, nothing says celebration quite like drinking eggnog. This warm drink is sure to conjure feelings of being with friends and family while hanging out by the fireplace. However, some seniors may tend to avoid the season beverage because of its high fat count.
The first day of fall is this Saturday, and nothing gets us more excited than the warm drinks we get to sip while curled up in a blanket or an oversized sweater. While coffee and tea are great options, what about the rest of us who aren't big fans of caffeine?