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Tea Recipes

Are you looking for a healthier alternative to ready-to-drink teas? We have recipes you can easily prepare at home or on the road. Whether you crave a refreshing glass of Iced Tea, or a soothing Chai Tea Latte, these delicious hot and cold tea recipes are sip worthy.

 
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  • Make Your Own Masala Chai
    Make Your Own Masala Chai

    What is Masala Chai, and how do you make it? Easy step-by-step instructions on how to make your own Chai.

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  • Should You Put Milk in Earl Grey Tea?
    Should You Put Milk in Earl Grey Tea?
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    Many wonder if it’s proper to drink Earl Grey with milk. Is this a must or a faux pas? Does milk make Earl Grey taste better? The short answer is that you can drink Earl Grey with milk if you do it correctly. Here's how.

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  • A Tea Drinker's Guide to Breakfast Blends
    A Tea Drinker's Guide to Breakfast Blends

    Start the day on the right foot with breakfast tea! It pairs well with breakfast foods + has high caffeine. Discover its history, how to make it & more. 

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  • 10 Tea-Centric Recipes You Have to Try (And the Teas You Need to Try Them!)
    10 Tea-Centric Recipes You Have to Try (And the Teas You Need to Try Them!)

    Sometimes Tea is So Good You Just Want To Eat it. Here’s How You Can…

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  • The Fascinating History of Earl Grey Tea (Plus a Recipe You Simply Have to Try!)
    The Fascinating History of Earl Grey Tea (Plus a Recipe You Simply Have to Try!)

    Ask any Earl Grey lover and they will claim that, just like a lime belongs in a tequila cocktail, bergamot belongs in black tea. It’s not up for negotiation, it’s just a fact that it makes the drink superior. Fans are so passionate that they even banded together in a protest group when Twinings slightly reformulated their Earl Grey recipe by adding "an extra hint of bergamot and citrus.”

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  • The Tea Haus’s Guide to a Very German Tea Experience
    The Tea Haus’s Guide to a Very German Tea Experience

    A German tea ceremony?! Yes it exists, and here’s what you need to know about it's interesting history, strong local tradition and step-by-step preparation.

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  • The Tea Haus’ Guide to Making the Best Iced Tea at Home
    The Tea Haus’ Guide to Making the Best Iced Tea at Home
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    Looking to make the perfect cup of delicious, refreshing iced tea at home? Read on to learn our top recipes and tips for making the best iced tea you’ve ever made. 

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  • 4 Must-Try Loose Leaf Tea Lattes You Can Make at Home
    4 Must-Try Loose Leaf Tea Lattes You Can Make at Home

    From mint to chocolate to peach, the delicious, unique flavour options for tea lovers are endless. Among the many different flavours, for the serious tea drinkers, loose-leaf teas are most often the preferred option.  But what makes loose leaf tea so special?  When you steep loose-leaf tea, the leaves have room to absorb the water and expand as they infuse. By doing so, the leaves are known to extract more vitamins, minerals, flavours and aromas. Loose-leaf isn’t only good...

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  • Pumpkin Spice Up Your Life With This Fall Tea Latte Recipe
    Pumpkin Spice Up Your Life With This Fall Tea Latte Recipe

    With the freshness returning to the morning air, and with the leaves starting to change colour, we are entering into that all-too-familiar time of year: pumpkin spice season. That’s right, fall is here and with it comes the craving for those warm, hearty, sweet, spicy flavours that suit the season oh so well. And the best part? The pumpkin spice flavours don’t have to be limited to coffee-based drinks. For those who opt for tea instead of coffee, Masala chai forms the perfect base...

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  • Hojicha Milk Tea Latte Recipe
    Hojicha Milk Tea Latte Recipe

    While a less well-known variation of green tea, Hojicha is often a favourite of those who have tasted it. Hojicha is a roasted Japanese green tea (“Hoji” means to roast, and “Cha” means tea) that’s actually not green at all due to the roasting process. While most Japanese teas are steamed, Hojicha has a reddish-brown colour which gives it a toasty profile and nutty flavour with hints of caramel throughout. With a softer, sweeter taste and lower caffeine levels than traditional green tea,...

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  • How to Make the Ultimate Matcha Tea Latte at Home
    How to Make the Ultimate Matcha Tea Latte at Home
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    Spring is upon us and what better way to welcome the budding trees than with a little green? We’re talking about the iconic matcha green tea latte! Don’t get us wrong, matcha is a powerful stand-alone beverage and can be enjoyed solo. However, adding a little frothy milk and sweetness can add the perfect balance to its naturally bitter bite. We love a simple recipe like this one that produces delicious results. Reasons to Love a Matcha Tea Latte Creamy and smoothBright greenNaturally...

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  • How to Make Bubble Tea at Home
    How to Make Bubble Tea at Home

    One of the most amazing things about tea is the sheer amount of possible flavours and styles. No matter where you travel, different countries and cultures will have their own customs surrounding tea preparation. When it comes to unique styles, few have become a worldwide sensation quite like Bubble Tea. What is Bubble Tea and Where Did it Come From? Bubble Tea (also known as Boba) is typically a sweet, refreshing, black tea-based drink with a milky consistency. It’s most easily...

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