I started making and drinking yogi tea when I decided I needed to stop drinking diet sodas. I developed this easy yogi tea recipe to be able to make some speedy batches and cut down on prep time. This tea is a good tool when you are trying to transition to healthy eating.
Yogi tea was introduced to the US in the Kundalini yoga classes of Yogi Bhajan back in the 1960s. The spices in this mix have properties that are anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, and improve digestion. I think it tastes great and the spiciness helped me get over missing my sodas.
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You will need a 2-cup glass measure, a coffee filter, and a 2-liter pitcher.
I use Harney’s and Bigelow teas and spices from Penzeys. The key ingredients are black tea, cinnamon, ginger, pepper, cloves, and cardamom. I add turmeric when I have extra aches and pains from inflammation.
Harney’s hot cinnamon spice tea has black tea, cinnamon, orange peel, and cloves. Harney’s green tea with coconut has green tea, lemongrass, vanilla, coconut, and ginger. Bigelow’s lemon ginger probiotic tea has lemongrass, lemon, cinnamon, ginger, and probiotic bacillus coagulans GBI-30.
Easy yogi tea recipe
Easy yogi tea recipe is a hack of the traditional Kundalini tea featuring ginger, pepper, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, and black tea. Use tea blends to speed prep.
- 1 teabag decaffeinated hot cinnamon spice tea
- 1 teabag coconut green tea
- 1 lemon ginger probiotic tea
- 8 black peppercorns
- 8 pods green cardamom
- (optional) ¼ tsp ground turmeric
- Place all ingredients in coffee filter.
- Brew with 2 cups boiling water.
- Steep for 5 to 30 minutes.
- Pour into pitcher and add enough water to make 2 liters.
- Drink 2 liters each day.
- Harney & Sons teas
- Bigelow teas
- Penzeys Spices
Let’s talk story
My dear friend MA introduced me to yogi tea. We had an adventure in Boston searching through the Haymarket for green cardamom. Then my friend Michelle introduced me to Harney’s tea, and the new easy yogi tea recipe was born!
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