Top 5 Tuesday: drinks for reading

Hey, guys!
It’s Tuesday, which means it’s time for a bookish favorites post. Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Meeghan over on Meeghan Reads and is quite simple: check out the topic and write a post with your picks.
After talking about my favorite snacks for reading last week, today we’re going to tackle my favorite drinks!

#1 chai-latte

I swear, I could drink chai-latte all day, every day. So, it comes as no surprise that it’s also one of my go-tos to sip on while reading.

#2 hot cocoa

A classic. What’s better to hold in your hands on a cold winter night as you are buried under a pile of blankets reading a novel?

#3 literally any kind of tea

I drink so much tea, I should be awarded an honorary British passport. 😅
Although the website no longer exists (I think), I need to tell you about this. Originally a book box thing, this company then ventured into doing literary-themed tea. That means I have a collection of delicious tea flavors named “The Brightest Witch of her Age” and stuff like that. Ultimate reading drink for sure!

#4 ice tea

When it gets too warm to actually drink hot tea while reading, ice tea is another go-to of mine. You know, the peachy kind you can get at the supermarket. But also: half of the time I make tea I forget about my cup while waiting for it to cool, so I kinda also end up with ice tea – just a bit more involuntarily.

#5 water w/fruits

Again, when it’s too hot for tea – and I didn’t buy any ice tea – I often opt for water with fruits. It’s refreshing, kinda healthy and just great to sip on while reading!

What’s your favorite drink for reading? Let me know in the comments!

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