Be your own barista
(NC) If you're like most party hosts, you spend more time in the kitchen preparing food and drinks than socializing with your guests – and that's not a very merry way to spend the holidays. This year, don't be the bartender all night. Instead, create a fun and festive DIY coffee bar and let your guests be their own barista.
After dinner, set up an area where guests can make their own hot beverages for a delicious way to end the evening. Leading brand, Bosch, tells us that with its Tassimo T47 single-serve brewer, your guests can make customizable drinks with the push of a button – all in under a minute. For you, there will be no more guess work or order taking. This at-home brewer (with patented barcode technology) will give guests the freedom to enjoy a variety of beverages from coffees, cappuccinos, and lattes, to teas and hot chocolate made perfectly every time.
Set out holiday-themed mugs and bowls with crushed candy cane pieces, chocolate shavings, cinnamon sticks, whipped cream and cherries to garnish. It's so easy, even kids can be Santa's little helper.
To delight your festive taste buds, try the new Tassimo Gevalia Peppermint Mocha or Tassimo Gevalia Pumpkin Spice Latte. These irresistible drinks make the perfect pairing for holiday favourites like mint chocolate brownies, candy cane bark or classic pumpkin pie.
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