“A cup of tea is like life, it’s all in how you make it.”
There is nothing better than a refreshing glass of iced tea on a hot summer’s day or a hot cup of tea on a cold winter’s eve. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to blend your own teas? You can learn to make your own tea blends—or if blending your own teas doesn’t sound like anything you’re really into, use our recipes to make it easy! Stop standing aimlessly in front of the shelves at the grocery store and build your own herbal tea blends at home.
Investing in a box of tea commits you to one flavor for a the life of the box—you’ll probably buy a new box before you’ve used it all. And for the price of that one box of tea you can make many flavors yourself. You can mix it up having your own base and adding in the flowers, herbs, spices, and fruits you wish.
Keep in mind that the following recipes can be decaffeinated or caffeinated. All you need to do is change out the base flavor as we explain in the articles. You can begin with simple black, green, white, or oolong tea (or even start with Rooibos or mate, if you prefer). Choose a caffeinated tea if you’d like a little pick-me-up in your mug. If you aren’t looking for a kick in your mug, then all-herbal is the way to go. The important thing is the decision is TOTALLY UP TO YOU!
Learn to make your own tea blends, a good cup of tea, a flavorful iced tea. It is so easy you will wonder why you haven’t tried it before! Enjoy all the different flavors you can make with just a base and your own ingredients. You can combine any flavors you like. Experiment, have fun with it, and enjoy the richness different teas can provide.
Beautiful aromatic flowers that instill a tea infusion with delicate floral scent of Jasmine, Rose, or Chamomile…this bountiful collection of blooming teas will tantalize the eyes and nose as well as the taste buds. These artisan teas will bloom as they steep, will create a wonderful pot of tea.
Flavor a nice cup with our tea blends:
- All-of-the-Rose Tea
- Chamomile Flower Tea
- Lavender Tea
- Lime & Dandelion Tea
- Jasmine Flower Tea
- Hibiscus Flower Iced Tea
Cinnamon tea is a warming and healing drink. Simply brewing it up and sipping it as you would any other tea gives a host of benefits. Cinnamon acts as a natural antibacterial and antimicrobial agent in the body.
Try these teas for enjoyment:
- “Adult Cough” Cinnamon Tea
- Chai Latte Tea Soother
- Cinnamon-Ginger Cold Relief Tea
- Scratchy Sore Throat Cinnamon Milk Tea
- Vanilla-Cinnamon Tea #1
- Vanilla-Cinnamon Tea #2
- Warming Sweet Cinnamon Tea
- Yummy Tummy Cinnamon Orange Tea (with Ginger)
Have you been told to cut back on caffeine? Or maybe you would just like to enjoy a cup of your favorite tea before bedtime without ending up wired for sound? Well, NOW you can do it.
Make your own:
- Constant Comment Orange Spice Tea
- Earl Grey Tea
- Chai Tea Blend
- Citrus “Green Tea” Blend
- Russian Tea
What is YOUR favorite tea blend?
Let us know so we can help with recipes!
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