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Tea Recipes

 

Fresh Herb + Spice Tea Recipes

We LOVE drinking tea in our Sacred Lotus Tea Tumblers – herbal infusions, loose leaf tea, or even organic tea bags.

Some of our favorite organic tea bags are Happy Tummy by Allegro, Chamomile Lavender by Traditional Medicines, and of course Sacred Lotus Love Tea Gift Set for loose leaf tea (coming soon!).

But our absolutely favorite way to drink tea is to use fresh chopped herbs + spices. The following 2 recipes are super easy to make – both only take 2-3 minutes to boil the water and chop the herbs + spices.

Then just relax, kick back with your tea tumbler, enjoy the scent, warmth and health benefits of fresh herbs and spices. Most importantly, slow down and enjoy more moments of presence and connection – with yourself or a loved one.

Basil Lime Tea
Basil Lime Tea
Hot or Cold

1 handful of fresh basil
1/2 Lime

Wash basil leaves, separate from stalk + place in body of tea tumbler.
Slice 1/2 a lime into several thin slices. Place in body of tea tumbler.
Place the strainer in the tea tumbler (no basket needed)
Add boiling (or cold) water + steep for 5 min before drinking
No need to remove the basil or lime — keep in tea tumbler to continue steeping. You can continue to infuse (with hot or cold water) as many times as you want like 12 hours.

Serves 1, double for 2 ♡

Ginger Mint Tea
Ginger Mint Tea
Hot or Cold

1 inch of fresh ginger
1 handful of fresh mint

Chop 1 inch (about 1/2 tablespoon) of ginger into little pieces. Add to body of tea tumbler
Wash mint leaves, separate from stalk and place in body of tea tumbler.
Place the strainer in the tea tumbler (no basket needed)
Add boiling (or cold) water + steep for 5 min before drinking
No need to remove the ginger and mint — keep in tea tumbler to continue steeping. You can continue to infuse (with hot or cold water) as many times as you like over 12 hours.

Serves 1, double for 2 ♡

Tea recipes
Tea recipes
Tea recipes
Tea recipes
Tea recipes

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