Cinnamon Heart Latte

Steep 2 tsp. Chai American in 3/4 cup boiling water for 5 minutes. Strain tea leaves and top with 1/2 cup your choice of warmed milk product. (We like almond milk — choose an almond milk with a little sweetness if you would like a sweeter tasting latte or use plain and add some honey […]

Hibiscus with a Twist

Hibiscus may help lower blood pressure and is rich in antioxidants. It is also rich in Vitamin C and may be used to help fight off colds and sore throats. Hibiscus can be brewed to drink hot or cold. 1/2 cup dried Hibiscus Tea 1/2 tsp. cinnamon chips 3 cups cold water and 1 cup […]

Frozen Mango Tea Treats

Use either fresh or frozen fruit. You can substitute peaches instead of mangos if desired. Adding some Greek Yogurt will add creaminess. If adding yogurt it is best to turn your molds upside down a few times while freezing to help to mix the ingredients while freezing. 2 Tbsp. Mango Moments Fruit tea steeped in 1 1/2 cups boiling water until cool. Strain and measure 1 cup.
1 Tbsp. honey, maple syrup or agave syrup
1/4 Greek Yogurt if wanting a creamier treat or omit if avoiding dairy 2/3 cup frozen fruit—mangos or peaches Once tea has cooled combine all ingredients in …

THINKING ABOUT ICED TEA

Those hot, sticky, summer days will be upon us (but hey, it beats a blizzard!) and every day at Distinctly Tea, we get questions about making refreshing iced tea for a cool treat. Recipes for iced tea appeared as early as the 1800s in American and British cookbooks, typically using green tea and spiking them […]

Gingerbread House Tea

Popcorn in tea? Well yes we have one. Interesting to look at, delicious to drink hot or cold. Ingredients: Apple bits, pineapple bits, papaya bits, cinnamon sticks, beetroot bits, roasted almonds, popcorn, raisins, flavouring, This is a mild fruit tea suitable for children because beetroot is used instead of Hibiscus for flavour and colour. This […]