|Nothing quite hits the spot like a cup of hot tea. It relaxes and invigorates the
body, while soothing the soul. Whether it’s a regular morning cup of tea, a mid-
morning or afternoon break, or an evening solace and wind-down cup, tea sat-
isfies like nothing else can.
|And on those days when
you come home bone cold
and body weary, nothing warms, relaxes
and revitalizes you like a cup of hot tea.
Except maybe a cup of hot tea with herbs
and spices, like a piping hot cup of chai tea,
or a little added fruit juice or even a touch of
liquor.Now that’s what I’m talking about, warming
you up from the inside out, rather than the
If you’ve visited our
health benefits pages,
Favorite Hot Tea Drinks Recipes
|Nothing says home better than the smell of warm spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger.
Unfortunately we tend to use them the most just around the holidays. And that’s too bad. Here
is one special recipe of mine that’s a lot like
“Wassail”, or what is called “Gluwein” in
Germany. It’s simply called “Spicy Winter
Warm-up Tea”.With healthy
black tea, and plenty of Vitamin
Chai Tea – Sugar & Spice & Everything Nice
| One of the most popular teas right now is chai tea. This classic India tea is a strong
mixture of tea, and spices, with hot milk, and has spread like wildfire the world over. The
preferred tea for making chai is Nilgiri, but any good, quality black tea will do. Of course
every coffee and tea shop has their own take on what chai tea should taste like. Here is
a basic chai recipe if you’d like to experiment with this spicy concoction on your own.
Chai Tea (Makes 3 – 4 servings)
If you’d rather not mess with making your own chai tea, you can find a nice assortment
|Spicy Winter Warm-up Tea
1. Bring water, orange juice and cranberry juice to a boil.