Whether you’re looking for a quick burst of energy or a warm way to ease into the morning, a cup of tea can make the difference you’re seeking.
Here are a few homemade tea recipes that have served me over the past year. Try them out and let me know what you think:
- Chai Tea Latte
- Jeannie Moulton’s recipe serves three people in less than 20 minutes and tastes better than any store bought chai I’ve had. It’s a great blueprint to follow if you’re still discovering how spicy or sweet you prefer your tea.
- Ginger Tea
- Krystelle Fournier shows how to make fresh ginger tea with only four ingredients, including water. If you can, I recommend adding the extra cinnamon stick and mint leaves.
- Spring Tea
- The ingredients in this recipe are more involved, but Emily Han shares how we can balance health and flavor to make the perfect herbal tea. You can modify as needed.
- Cold-Fighting Tea
- The Herbal Academy posted this list in 2014, but I still reference it today. Each recipe’s benefits are listed so you can find the best blend of ingredients for your needs.