Tea has always been a favourite to everyone. A Great British classic for any and every occasion. Tea can have many healing effects, and nothing is greater than making your own. Its better for the environment and you can grow so many of these ingredients from your garden. You’ll need either a tea diffuser or a small sieve to make these and some of these will require drying the fruit or herbs but the instructions to do so will be alongside each recipe. Whether you want a good cup of tea to help you sleep or just fancy a hot cup of tea, here are 10 tea recipes to try this winter.
The term Blood Moon has many different meanings, but as stated by the writer of this tea recipe, the term blood moon referred to the last chance the hunters had to bring in food for the winter. It’s full of herbs and spices that can help warm you up on a cold winter day.
2. Chai tea
Keep in mind, tea recipes can be made from the comforts of your own home. This tea recipe usually has different spices depending on where you buy it from however, this tea recipe helps you personalise it to your own tastes.
3. Strawberry Apple Fruity Loose Tea
This tea recipe is considered to be a summery tea but if you’re missing the summer already, this tea recipe will bring you closer to summer. This tea recipe will require you to dry the fruit but how to do so are in the instructions.
If you hate winter and wish that spring would come, here is a great tea recipe to help make you feel better. Drinking lemon can help with boosting your immune system and reducing fat. It’s a great healthy tea to have when you want to be healthier.
Full of fruity flavours, this white tea is full of healthy sweetness that’s perfect for anyone who has a bit of a sweet tooth.
This is a common herbal tea that you can get from a lot of supermarkets but its just as easy to make. This herb alone can help with many things such as bloating and stomach cramps. This recipe helps you dry the leaves to make for a tea, but it also shows to make chocolate peppermint tea too!
A favourite to many due to its calming scent. Combine this with other herbs such as chamomile if you struggle with sleep. The basic tea recipe is to this is below but try combining it with other herbs, fruits and spices to make your own calming tea.
This is the perfect tea recipe to celebrate with other tea lovers. Its full of Christmas spices such as cinnamon to help you relax during the Christmas season.
9. Ginger and mint tea
Drinking ginger tea is a great help to digestion and nausea and can help aid with overeating if you’ve had a bit too much to eat over the Christmas holidays. Mint is also great for when you have had a bad stomach so this combination is perfect for when you need something soothing to drink after a large meal.
Perfect for unwinding after a long tiring day, this tea is full of flowers and lavender, which will help with boosting your immune system.