This Tea Recipes Collection is filled cold and hot options. All teas are naturally packed with antibiotics making them awesome for fighting sickness during the colder weather. They also make a great alternative your your morning or afternoon coffee! Please enjoy all the tea inspiration in the recipe collection below!
Tea Recipes Collection
Hello Everyone, are you a tea lover? We are too! Well, you’ve come to the right place because this is the recipe collection for you!
We have many herbal, non-caffeinated tea options – There’s nothing like a hot drink when the weather is cold or a ice-y, cold tea drink during hot, humid weather!
This Tea Recipes Collection is filled several cold and hot options. All teas are naturally packed with antibiotics making them awesome for fighting sickness during the colder weather.
Iced tea can be made naturally sweet like our Cold-Brewed Smashed Raspberry Honey Iced Tea or Fresh Basil Flower Tea.
I hope you enjoy these recipes during any season!
If you make any of these tea recipes, please let us know in the comments below, also be sure to give a recipe rating in the individual recipe cards, thank you for reading and following along!
Thai Iced Tea
Thai Iced Tea is a strongly-brewed, smokey, black Thai tea, brewed hot, mixed with sugar (optional), sweetened condensed milk & evaporated milk and then quickly chilled by pouring over crushed iced, you can add more evaporated milk to add to it’s creaminess before enjoying. Sip this distinctive, popular sweet tea to chase away the heat.
Cold-Brewed Smashed Raspberry Honey Iced Tea
It’s still rather hot here in New Jersey and I find the cooling effect of iced tea to be a beacon of respite on a humid, sunny day. Cold-brewed Smashed Raspberry Honey Iced Tea is light and refreshing – pair the smashed raspberries and honey with your favorite tea, or in this case, Traditional Medicinals Mother’s Milk Shatavari Cardamom.
This Hibiscus Tea recipe uses dried hibiscus flowers and can be served unsweetened or sweetened with honey or your favorite sweetener and garnished with lime slices. Enjoy the many health benefits of hibiscus with this lovely warm weather sipper! (vegan option, gluten-free)
Blue Butterfly Pea Flower Tea Recipe
This Blue Butterfly Pea Flower Tea Recipe can be enjoyed either hot or cold and tastes delicious with lemon or lime which changes the color from an indigo blue to a purple-pink! You can also add wildflower honey to sweeten this delicious and refreshing tea drink.
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