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Hot Day Hot Tea Recipe with Spring Green Tea

Spring Green Tea

It is possible to drink something hot (like tea) and feel the effects of cooling herbs. While I love iced tea served cold on a steamy summer day, I still love hot tea too and I just don't want to give it up when the temperatures climb.

This recipe has a base of the mild green tea from our Spring Green Tea, so it has a bit of caffeination. The addition of Horsetail to serve as a mild diuretic and cooling herbs like Holy Basil/Tulsi and Peppermint make this a tasty tea choice for a hot summer day!

Hot Day Hot Tea Recipe

Combine all the tea and herbs in an infuser, strainer, nest, or bag. Pour 1 1/2 - 2 cups boiling water over and allow to steep for 3-4 minutes. Strain out herbs and enjoy!

 

 This post was originally a part of our series called "The Sunday Steep."

 

Topics: All Recipes, New In The Shop, Tea Recipes

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Written by Friends on June 28, 2015