5 Seasonal Coffees and Hot Chocolates You Have to Try

From traditional flavors like peppermint to more unique ones like apple pie, these cafes have upped the ante on winter sips.


Burlap and Bean

Add a little spice to your sip with Burlap and Bean’s Golden Milk Latte. The warming drink is made with turmeric, cinnamon, black pepper and fresh ginger, plus house-made almond milk.

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455 W. Baltimore Ave., Media; 204 S. Newtown Street Road, Newtown Square.

Green Engine Coffee Company

This Haverford coffee shop ups the ante on a winter favorite with some international flair. The Spanish Hot Chocolate is a thick and decadent treat sure to warm you on the coldest days.

16 Haverford Station Road, Haverford.

Gryphon Coffee Co.

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Gryphon’s Wayne location has a bevy of seasonal sips, from lavender lemonade in the warm months to rose white hot chocolate and other wintry favorites when the weather turns cool.

105 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne

Pour Richard’s Coffee Co.

It wouldn’t be the holidays without adding peppermint to a hot drink. Whether it’s a coffee or hot chocolate, this Devon café knows how to craft a delightful seasonal drink.

36 Berkley Road, Devon.

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Terrain Café

Around the holidays, Terrain transforms into a winter wonderland, and its drink menu is no exception. Find specialty sips like an apple pie chai, salted caramel hot chocolate, pumpkin white mocha latte and maple vanilla latte, to name a few at the Glen Mills location. A gingerbread latte, hazelnut cocoa and peppermint white mocha latte are among the offerings in Devon.

 138 Lancaster Ave., Devon; 914 Baltimore Pike, Glen Mills.


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