It's Tea 'o Clock — Some Exciting Tea-Time Recipes.

It's Tea 'o Clock — Some Exciting Tea-Time Recipes.

A warm cup of tea can brighten up any day. Every sip feels like it travels directly to the heart, warming us and ridding us of the worries that plague our minds. Whether it is a cold snappy drink in the middle of a hectic workday or a warm cup of flowery flavours for sound sleep, tea is always brewed with a solution to our worries.

To add more versatility and colour to your tea-box, Conscious Food has introduced three new tea-riffic flavours for you to try-

  1. Chamomile Tea
  2. Hibiscus Tea
  3. Masala Tea Natural

Each box is filled with non-caffeinated and organic leaves, a unique flavour pallet, and buckets of love. The following are some refreshing recipes you can experiment with using these new tea flavours -

  1. Comforting Chamomile Tea Latte

With the growing popularity of the London Fog (Earl Grey Latte), why not give the same spin to Chamomile?

Here’s what you’ll need:

-       1 cup unsweetened milk (milk can be dairy-free if you so prefer) 

-       2 tsp Chamomile tea leaves

-       Vanilla extract

-       ¼ tsp Cinnamon

-       ¼ tsp Ground Cloves

-       Sweetener, to taste (Raw sugar, Honey, or Jaggery also work well!) 

 The process is seamless:

  • Simply bring the milk to a boil, add the leaves and other ingredients, and let them steep in the simmering milk. 
  • Pour the tea into your favourite mug and unwind as the chamomile flavours give your insides a warm hug. 
  1. Kid-friendly Hibiscus Tea Sangria
With tangy twists and nutritious benefits, Hibiscus tea is a storehouse of fun and benefits. A simple overnight recipe can transform the leaves and a pitcher of water into the perfect drink for summertime barbeques. 


Here’s what you’ll need:

-       6 tsp Hibiscus tea leaves 

-       A pitcher of water

-       1 cup frozen berries

-       Honey, to taste

-       Fresh mint leaves

 To prepare:

  • Boiling 3 cups of water and pouring it over the tea leaves. 
  • Allow them to steep and the bright red colour to diffuse in the water. 
  • Strain the water in a pitcher and add cold water. Mix the berries and some mint to the water.  
  • Store the brew in the fridge overnight.
  • Before serving the next day, add honey to the tea and serve with a garnish of fresh mint. (You could also add some lemon wedges for fun!)
  1. Snapping Ginger Iced Tea

The Masala Tea at Conscious Food comes with a twist. It is non-caffeinated green tea that blends together the wholesome taste of chai and the healing benefits of Green tea. With this unique concoction, you can beat the heat as well as find relief from your daily routine. 

Here’s what you’ll need:

-       3 tsp Masala Tea natural tea leaves

-       2 cups of water

-       Sweetener (jaggery, brown sugar, or honey) to taste. 

-       1 inch piece of ginger

-       Mint leaves

 Brew with love and the following steps- 

  • Bring the water to boil and pour over the tea leaves. 
  • Add some ginger and let it steep with the leaves. 
  • Strain the blend and keep it in the refrigerator. 
  • Once cool, pour it into your tumbler and add a few mint leaves and the sweetener. 

Beat the heat and relieve the stress - the power is in your mug

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