This soul-southing recipe is a stress-relieving tonic that I created in 2015
during the cold & flu season. It's unbelievably healthy and so easy to make.
Make it with any organic green tea. Today we are using Mistletoe Sangria.
A new tea that I hand-flavor and blend for the Holidaze Tea Sampler box.
Mistletoe Sangria is soothing on its own, yet our recipe includes a
few more fresh ingredients to amplify all the good that this tea
has to offer. Most importantly, fresh lemon!
Did you know?
In a study published by the Journal of Food Processing and Technology,
lemon juice brings out green tea's antioxidants making them more
readily available for absorption by the body.
Plus, the fresh spearmint, ginger, pure pomegranate juice, and honey
make an excellent remedy for sore throats and have additional
For each cup you will want to add a slice of fresh lemon, a few sprigs
of fresh spearmint, fresh sliced ginger. Muddle these ingredients in the
bottom of your mug.
Next, add a heaping teaspoon of tea to a filter or tea infuser.
Add 6 oz. of hot water and steep in the mug with the muddled ginger,
lemon and spearmint. Steep for three to four minutes.
Remove the infuser and add 2 oz. of pure pomegranate juice.
Enjoy this cozy drink anytime you need a self-care break, sip after dinner
as a soothing tonic for digestion, and use anytime to relieve a scratchy throat.
It's Day 2 of our Holidaze Sips recipe week! Today I bring you a soul-southing recipe that I created in 2015 during the cold & flu season. It's unbelievably healthy and so easy to make.
Fresh Ginger Slices
Pure Pomegrante Juice
Hot Water - 160 - 170 F.
Muddle lemon, ginger and mint in the bottom of a mug
Add 1 heaping tsp. of Mistletoe Sangria to filter or tea infuser.
Add 6 oz. of hot water to mug
Steep for 3 to 4 minutes
Add 2 oz. pure pomegranate juice to mug
Add honey to taste
TIP: Try this iced in place of juice or vitamin water.
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