I can’t believe it is almost summer. No need to stop drinking your favorite tea. Also no need to drink some horrible powered ice tea.
That why I am very excited to introduce you to two new teas from Desert Sage Wonderful World of Tea.
You can enjoy our teas hot or cold. Use for your meditation and/or mindfulness practice.
So here we go.
1. Dream Chaser is a beautiful Hibiscus tea that is fruity, sweet and tart.We are so exciting that we are going to show you the ingredients right here.
We select our Ingredients from around the world. Hibiscus is very good for you.Hibicus Tea is loaded with antioxidants,zinc,Vitamin A, Vitamin C and bioflavonoids.
Studies suggests that hibiscus has the ability to lower blood pressure, and cholestrol,improve digestion,relieve anxiety and benefit weight loss.
Hibiscus and Ginger Iced Tea Recipe
Want to try something a little different? The following hibiscus tea recipe with ginger is iced, and it will also have you ready for any warm day in the sun on a back porch. Ingredients: 4 cups pure filtered water 3/4 cups sugar or 1 tablespoon raw honey 1/4 cup Desert Sage Dream Chaser 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice Lemon wedges Directions: Add four cups of water along with ginger and sugar (or honey) to a medium pot; bring to a boil at medium to high heat. Stir until the sugar, or honey, has dissolved. Next, remove from heat and add the dried organic hibiscus flowers. Then, cover and steep the hibiscus tea for 15 minutes. Pour the mixture into a fine sieve and into a bowl of ice water. Let it stand until cool and stir in the fresh lemon juice. Serve the hibiscus ginger tea over crushed ice with a lemon wedge garnish.
Refreshing,Tropical and fruity.Steeps as a beautiful reddish hue.
Traveling this summer? Don’t leave your tea. All you need is your tea,a tea ball and an immersion water heating element.
You don’t want to boil your water in the coffee maker in your hotel because the coffee flavored water will taint the taste of your beautiful tea. #tea
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Enjoy your summer