It’s National Hot Tea Month and what better way to celebrate than with a warm cup of tea? Honey and tea are a comforting combination that can help to alleviate wintertime woes such as insomnia, congestion, and digestive issues. Black tea can provide a pick-me-up with its caffeine content, while green tea is full of antioxidants. Sip on a steaming cup of tea to chase away the winter blues.
Celebrate National Hot Tea Month with these Recipes
Mixing a spoonful of honey into your tea sweetens the cup enough without adding a load of processed sugar. And honey even provides trace minerals and enzymes that can benefit your health.
Warm-up a pot of water and get cozy because we have some excellent brew(s) for you to try!
If you’re feeling under the weather this season, try a cup of Dr. Feelgood Tea. Make this ginger, lemon, and honey to clear a stuffed-up head.
A good old-fashioned Eastern Shore Hot Toddy can also help you to beat a cold. A toddy is a before-bedtime cocktail that eases the stuffiness and sleeplessness of illness—sweetened with our Eastern Shore Honey, this warm, soothing, and relaxing toddy.
I love it when our customers share their favorite recipes with us. Perfectly timed for winter, this tea is good for the entire body. Pick up raw turmeric root at your local Whole Foods. You’ll find it right next to the ginger in the vegetable aisle.
If you’re looking to incorporate apple cider vinegar into your diet, this apple cider vinegar honey detox tea is a delicious way to do it. Apple cider vinegar is rich in B vitamins and probiotics, making it a beneficial addition to your diet. This detox tea is the perfect pick-me-up for the colder months.
Keep this Ginger Tea hot in a thermos or crockpot all day long. Refrigerate anything you don’t use after a few hours, or keep it hot and sealed in a thermos. Ginger has some surprising health benefits and is a spicy addition to any cup of hot tea.
This tea was initially made to be iced. Omit the chilling period to have a warm cup of Lavender Chamomile Tea. Make a big batch of this, and keep it warm in a thermos all day. Lavender is equally suitable for your insides as it is for your outsides. Try this Lavender Tonic as a refreshing toner.
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A Tea for Two Tower includes three Honey and two Tea Blends; it’s a tea lover’s dream!
Another option is our Tea and Honey for Two gifts, perfect for the person you know who’s always traveling. We allow you to take your favorite Honey Lollipops and tea anywhere. It’s lightweight enough not to weigh down a backpack or overnight bag—a perfect way to celebrate Hot Tea Month.
Have a favorite tea? Pick yourself up a full-sized jar to last you all month! Bees Knees is famous among our Honey House crew. It makes a great cup any time you need to warm up. Remember to visit our blog throughout January as we post more tasty, healthy recipes for you to enjoy.
Now get brewing!