For a tea lover, nothing can compare to brewing the perfect cup of tea. Whether new to tea or a connoisseur, it doesn’t have to be complicated. To brew our tea, here is what we recommend.
- Bring water to a rolling boil.
- Allow your tea to steep for 1-3 minutes, or longer if you prefer.
- Serve this tea hot or cold.
- If you like a sweeter tea, add honey, raw sugar, or other natural sweeteners to taste.
- You may also wish to add cream or milk for a creamy, delicious taste
When the seasons finally turn warm again, why not brew a batch of Peach Apricot Green Tea and add a few slices of fresh peaches to your tea? Add a bit of raw sugar, stevia, or other natural sweeteners, and enjoy the refreshing goodness all throughout the warmer months of the year.
Also, if you enjoy cooking with tea, our Peach Apricot Green Tea would be excellent when added to recipes such as meats and sauces by incorporating its smoky yet fruity flavors.
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