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Winter Drink Dupes at Café Zoya

Café Zoya

If you have been searching for the Zoya shade to match your favorite winter beverage, or you’re missing Café Creams, we’ve compiled a list of our recommendations for a cozy, matching nail look.

Matcha Latte

Originating from Japan, Matcha is made from shade grown tea leaves and ground into a fine powder. This especially sweet and lightly bitter drink is identical with our shade Ireland.

This Zoya shade is balanced and muted, making it a nice neutral shade of green that is flattering on all skin tones

Chai Tea Latte

Masala chai, or chai tea latte as it’s been called in the West, is an Indian tea beverage made by boiling Black tea in milk and water with spices such as cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger. It’s know for the intriguing heat sensation from the spices used.

We think Spencer, a full coverage, rich camel cream, matches ever so nicely to this delicious winter drink.

Hot Chocolate

This classic drink needs little to no introduction. However beloved this drink may be, it was first created by the Mayans, and since then has undergone many changes after being introduced to the Europeans.

We feel the shade Colin best fits this drink. This Zoya shade is a lovely walnut brown cream with a hint of red.

Apple Cider

Apple cider is a staple winter and fall beverage in the U.S. and Canada. Sweet but has an unmistakable tang that makes it distinct from plain apple juice.

For it’s build-able, gingery gold flair, we feel that Nadia best exemplifies the essence of apple cider!

Black Coffee

This drink is dark in color, and especially in taste. Bitter and slightly acidic, drinking coffee as it comes is not for everyone, but it deserves a spot on this list nonetheless for those like simple pleasures.

We think Ophelia, a cool and moody, blackened brown cream, matches this staple drink perfectly.

Egg Nog

The most polarizing drink on this list, this creamy and egg-y winter beverage is either one you gravitate towards or steer clear from during the holidays. But whichever side you fall on, we’ve found a lovely shade of polish to match this drink.

The perfect eggnog shade: Jacqueline is a full-coverage, perfect magnolia cream with warm undertones and a glossy finish.

Which one do you like the most? Are you thirsty, or is that just me?

  • Sheila


    The eggnog is a beautiful warm color.

    February 5, 2023

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