What is fruit tea?
Fruit teas are a fabulously tasty infusion of fruit flavours that can be enjoyed both hot and cold. Making fruit tea really is very simple; essentially they are made by taking and mixing a blend of dried fruit, herbs, leaves, blossoms and petals etc.
What are the benefits of fruit tea?
Fruit tea is packed with vitamins and antioxidants and is amazing for cleansing the body of toxins and keeping the immune system strong. In that aspect, it’s very similar to tea leaves, still having high levels of health benefits.
How do you make fruit tea?
To make, add one black tea bag and a half a cup of fruit pieces into a one-quart Mason jar. Fill to the top with boiling water and steep for three minutes. Remove the tea bags, cover, and let the fruit steep for another ten minutes. Strain and serve hot or over ice.
When should I drink fruit tea?
Fruit Tea is a wonderful option to drink with dinner or right after. Fruit tea doesn’t contain much caffeine, so it won’t keep you up until the wee hours of the morning.
What is the healthiest fruit tea?
Here is a list of 10 healthy herbal teas you’ll want to try.
- Ginger Tea.
- Hibiscus Tea.
- Echinacea Tea.
- Rooibos Tea.
- Sage Tea.
- Lemon Balm Tea.
- Rose Hip Tea. Rose hip tea is made from the fruit of the rose plant.
- Passionflower Tea. The leaves, stems and flowers of the passionflower plant are used to make passionflower tea.
Is cold fruit tea good for you?
From fighting flu to lowering blood pressure, you should probably pop the kettle on and sup up – fruit, herbal and green tea is brimming with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that provide a tasty burst of goodness whatever the time of day.
How long should fruit tea steep?
Steeping extracts antioxidants, caffeine, flavors, and aromas from tea. With hot water, it takes up to 5 minutes to brew a good cup, whereas cold steeping takes up to 12 hours and produces a smoother tasting tea that’s higher in antioxidants.
What is the best time to drink a tea?
For most people, their energy tends to be lower after meals and in the morning. Based on that, it makes sense to drink tea right after a meal during the day. Most tea drinkers recommend doing so about fifteen to twenty minutes after a meal. There are also many benefits to having a cup of tea in the morning.