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Delicious Tea Recipes To Impress Your Guests This Festive Season

There are so many varieties of tea that a true tea lover is often found searching for new tea recipes. If you are one of these tea lovers who is on the outlook of tea recipes indian then this blog is for you. 

Keep reading till the end and save this blog to boast your tea knowledge in front of your guests when they come to visit you this festive season. Oh! And also impress them by serving them these teas. 

Let’s get started on the new tea recipes now. 

Healthy Tea Recipes You Should Not Miss

A lot of these recipes fall into the never-heard-of category, but that is the exact point, right? You will definitely impress your guests with the teas that are not-so-common. Also, all of these are healthy tea recipes, so it's an added-on advantage. PS - BTW we have never heard of tea being unhealthy. 

High Tea Recipes You Will Definitely Try

Let us look at the tea recipes now.

1. White tea

Although many people do know about it, White tea lives in the shadow of Green and Black teas. 

The tea has less caffeine and has a lot of antioxidants. It looks extremely transparent, like water, and is a great way to impress your guests when you serve it in a transparent cup. They will think it is water unless you tell them that they are going to drink an exotic tea. 

Here is the steps to make White tea - 
  1. Boil the loose leaves of White Tea in water for around 6-7 minutes or till you see the colour of water turn pale yellowish. 
  2. Strain the tea and enjoy.

2. Rooibos tea

Rooibos is a herb that is grown in South Africa. This is an ayurvedic tea recipe as the tea is filled with iron, calcium, copper, and magnesium. 

The tea is caffeine-free and the flavour is itself somewhat sweet. How impressed would your guests be when they find out that they have been served tea which is grown from a herb found in South Africa? Oh! They will surely be impressed. 

Steps to make Rooibos tea -
  1. Steep rooibos tea in water for around 5 minutes. 
  2. Strain and enjoy.

3. Pandan tea

Talking about ayurvedic tea recipes, we have another find for you. Pandan tea is made from pandan plant leaves. The leaves of this plant are famous for relieving headaches and chest pain, and have been found to be efficient in improving liver functions. 

Regular drinkers of this tea have recorded a decrease in their blood pressure and blood sugar levels. 

How to make Pandan Tea -

  1. Boil water and add pandan leaves. 
  2. Turn off when you get the aroma of pandan leaves. 
  3. Strain and enjoy.

4. Tulsi tea

Next on the list is this high tea recipe which you most surely would have tried at least once in your life is the Tulsi tea. 

This tea is made with The Holy Basil, which is known as the "Queen of Herbs". Besides being a great high tea option, it also serves multiple health benefits. 

Burst all of your guests' stress by serving them this tea. 

Share this Tulsi tea recipe with everybody -
  1. Boil water and add tulsi leaves. 
  2. Boil till water becomes light green or yellow in colour. 
  3. Strain and enjoy.

Let’s Do The Tea Talk!

These were all the teas we wanted to let you know about so that you could impress your guests when they come to visit you this festive season. 

To continue this tea talk, go straight to www.samaaratea.com to find more such interesting topics in the blogs section. 

And when you are on the website, do check out the best quality tea for yourself. Samaara offers a variety of teas

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We have revealed some of the amazing tea recipes for you, so give them a try ! 

Go and impress your guests with some known and some unknown tea recipes.

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