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How to make lemon & ginger honey tea

How to make Lemon Ginger and Honey tea

  
For various reasons, more and more people are choosing to start the day with a caffeine free hot drink, or trying to cut down on the amount of coffee they drink during the day.

A simple honey drink with lemon and ginger can make a great alternative to coffee or tea and can provide some amazing health benefits too!

Ginger can loosen and help relieve the mucus from your respiratory system, while lemons are high in vitamin C and contain various beneficial plant compounds. Combined with sweet honey we think this makes a just as effective morning 'wake up' as tea or coffee and the perfect way to start your day! 

To make Lemon & Ginger Honey drink, you will need:

Method:

Simply stir 2 teaspoons into a mug of hot water!
  

Please note: It's important not to use boiling water as this can destroy the vitamins and natural nutrients in our honey.

The easiest method is to catch the kettle and turn it off before it comes to the boil at the first signs of steam coming out of the spout. That will make the water around 75 – 85c which will be perfect. It also means you won't have to wait so long to drink it!

If you inadvertently let the kettle boil, just pour some out into your mug and let it cool for a few minutes before stirring the honey in. It will cool much quicker in a cold mug than leaving it in the hot kettle.

 Enjoy!

23 comments

  • I like it in hot water first thing in the morning or on my porridge.

    Eileen Moore
  • Every morning I have some matcha green tea with a spoonful of honey and hot water followed by a toasted crumpet with more honey. Lush!

    Joan Beech
  • Absolutely delicious!!😊
    I particularly like the squeeze pouch .It’s ideal x

    Julia battye
  • Best honey I have tasted .love the squirty tube.Totally different from anything else I have tried .

    Jayne
  • I absolutely love your honey – it is the best I have tried. Lemon and ginger is my favourite and especially good just in hot water for a reviving healthy cuppa.
    Thank you for introducing me to your lovely honey.

    Carol Lambert

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