Chamomile Ginger Iced Tea

Chamomile Ginger Iced Tea

This summer has been a scorcher. The temps here in Nelson, BC have been averaging around +32 degrees C for over a month, with no rain in sight. With heat like this, a refreshing cup of iced tea is a must!

I’ve been loving the sweet zing that chamomile and ginger create when steeped together. Chamomile is well known for its calming effect on our minds and bodies, and when chilled it’s the perfect tea for sipping late in the evening when you need to unwind and cool down. The health benefits of ginger, like aiding with digestion and its anti-inflammatory properties, are a bonus to its zippy flavour. To brighten things up and round out the flavour of this refreshing drink I added a few slices of lemon and a dash of honey.

I’ve been enjoying this sweet, calming, and surprisingly refreshing tea all summer long. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Cheers!

Chamomile Ginger Iced Tea

2 Chamomile Tea Bags
1/2 – 1 Tbsp. of Honey
Half a Medium Lemon, sliced
1/4 Tsp. Ginger, finely chopped (more if you love ginger, less if you don’t)
4 Cups Hot Water
4 Cups Cold Filtered Water

Bring 4 cups of water to a boil. While the water is boiling add the tea bags, lemon slices, and ginger to a teapot or heatproof container. Once the water has boiled pour it into your teapot, stir in the honey, and let steep for a couple of hours, or until cool. Strain the tea into a jar or jug, and add the cold filtered water. Chill in the fridge.

Serve over ice with a fresh slice of lemon.

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