Looking for the perfect drink to call down the Taurus moon? I have you covered with these Taurus moon drink recipes to satiate wherever the tantalizing Taurus may be in your chart.
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About the Taurus Moon
The moon in Taurus illuminates themes around value, whether it be finances, self worth, stability, or the enjoyment and pleasure of life. Slow and steady Taurus seeks long term, lasting results when it comes to these endeavors. As an earth sign, this can mean things that deal with our connection to the earth and ground our life’s experience. At the same time, being ruled by Venus, Taurus also enjoys physical pleasures, sensuality, and feeling good about oneself. You can read more about Taurus in my book The Modern Witchcraft Book of Astrology, or more about the Taurus moon in my book Moon, Magic, Mixology.
It’s important to also look at events like this through a seasonal lens – as to what is happening around us. The Taurus new moon signifies spring time and the coming change of summer in the Northern Hemisphere. It could be a time to re-energize and use that Taurus earthiness to plant long term seeds, or check in with habits and foundation for growth.
In the Southern Hemisphere, we are in the midst of fall, heading towards winter and the holidays. Old wounds may be triggered, and we are dealing with a loss of sunlight. At the same time, with the change in weather, it is a good time to check the home and develop stability & comfort, and organize finances for winter and the holidays – all themes of the Taurus moon.
Now that we know a bit about this lunar event, let’s get into the drinks!
Taurus Moon Drink Recipes from Moon, Magic, Mixology
From my latest book on the various moons and how to mix up beverages for them, Moon, Magic, Mixology, here are some drinks I suggest:
Taurus Moon Stability Sour
Looking for a more grounding concoction?Made with the Taurus moon in mind, this apple, blackberry, and nutmeg, this elderflower whiskey sour is great for bringing in the abundance, longevity, love and also for grounding.
With oat milk, green matcha power, nutmeg, and rose, this luscious, warming matcha tea is great for balance, self-care, and love under the Taurus moon.
Taurus Moon Drink Recipes from the Blog
Warm your spirit with this warming, indulgent sweet tea. With clarifying rosemary, loving rose, manifestive vanilla, wise and magical apple, and grounding harvest bourbon, this tea will help provide insight and ground your energy, while also catering to those Venusian Taurus energies.
This joyful, peach, maple and rum concoction is great for tuning into the Venusian energies of this Taurus moon Lunar Eclipse. Enjoy the creativity and love-inspiring energies with each sip.
With rye whiskey, rose water, red wine, and egg white for new beginnings, this Painted Lady Cocktail is great for sipping in the transformative power of the Taurus Moon Lunar Eclipse.
Indulge your tantalizing Taurus spirit with this apple, rose, rosemary, and elder whiskey sour this Taurus Full Moon. With elder for healing and wisdom, rose for Venusian loving energies, and luxurious vanilla, this cocktail is sure to enchant your Taurus moon whims.
- Use the ingredients to inspire a corresponding bath
- Burn rosemary, and/or rose incense
- Use corresponding ingredients (rose, rosemary, vanilla, apple) to dress a Taurus moon Candle
Here are the resources I used to help guide my work beyond what I already know! I highly recommend these reference tests 🙂
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- Boland, Yasmin. Moonology: Working with the Magic of Lunar Cycles. Hay House, 2016.
- Morrison, Dorothy. Everyday Moon Magic: Spells & Rituals for Abundant Living. Llewellyn Publications, 2009.
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