Today I'm sharing a recipe that will brighten your day if you are under the weather. It has half the sugar of mulled cider made with apple, plus the ingredients are so incredibly helpful when your immune system is trying to cope with cold or flu symptoms. The best part about this recipe is that it will give you new creative inspiration to blend up your own mulled holiday drinks to share with friends and family!
I never realized how many combinations of tea, fruit juice, and spices there could by in my life until I started experimenting with our most popular fall and winter tea blends at Tealightful. After a lot of experimenting, I believe I have found my most beloved recipe for mulled tea! It's called Cold & Flu Brew, and Christmas Clementine Clove is the star of this delicious and comforting recipe.
What's in Christmas Clementine Clove?
Certified Organic Cherry Bark
Certified Organic Cloves
Natural Orange Flavor
The ingredients are rich in polyphenols, vitamins C, A, E and Lycopene. Additionally, organic cherry bark has been used for centuries in Chinese herbal medicine. It is known for its antitussive (cough suppressing) action.
To make a quick cup of Cold & Flu Brew, you will combine 2 tsp. of Christmas Clementine Clove with 1 cinnamon stick, 3 whole allspice, 3 whole cloves, and 1 whole star anise. We recommend using an infuser or paper tea filter.
Add 6 oz. of boiling water and steep for 15-20 minutes. Remove herbs and tea from your cup and add 2 oz. of organic pineapple juice. Garnish and enjoy!
There is something so comforting about mulled drinks! The herbs and spices blend beautifully with fruit. It's like getting a super boost of vitamins and healing herbs all in one delicious gulp.
2 tsp. Christmas Clementine Clove
2 organic cinnamon sticks
3 whole organic allspice
3 whole organic cloves
6 oz. of boiling water
2 oz. of organic pineapple juice
In a paper tea filter or infuser basket, combine Christmas Clementine Clove with 1 cinnamon stick, 3 whole allspice, 3 whole cloves, and 1 whole star anise. We recommend using an infuser or paper tea filter.
Add 6 oz. of boiling water
Steep 15-20 minutes
Add 2 oz. of pineapple juice
Add fresh orange, cloves and a cinnamon stick to garnish
TIP: Experiment with other Tealightful Fruit & Herb blends, spices and fruit juice or cider to create your own mulled tea recipes.
What an awesome way to be pro active for your health this winter!
I think this will be a regular winter go-to!!!
I have never tried a mulled tea. This will be a first for me and I just happen to have the Christmas Clementine Clove.
I love the combination of the clove & cinnamon. It just sounds like it will work as a soothing drink if you are under the weather.
Love the idea of adding pineapple juice to this.
I made a similar recipe with Christmas Clementine Clove in the past, so I know I will enjoy this recipe and the extra boost too!
I love the Christmas Clementine Clove just as it is, but with these additions it becomes the perfect brew for this time of year!
I love mulled drinks! And it’s so much more wonderful to think this tasty spiced tea drink supports immunity!!
I can’t think of a better way to boost my immunity than enjoying a warm, delicious cup of tea brimming with healthy ingredients!
This is most important, especially this year. My husband battled broncitis and pnemonia from May to September. This recipe is going to my first aid box.
Now, more than ever, we need help with boosting our immunity! Thank you for sharing this recipe with us!
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November 19, 2020
This tea is not only good hot, but cold!!! First time we had it I made it iced and everyone was raving about it!