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Homemade Yogi Tea

This tea is a great replacement for coffee or for any type of processed drink you might have around the house. The spices are warming and cleansing, and it just tastes amazing for this time of year or always.

Are you trying to cut down on your coffee intake this year? We're here to set you up with some tea inspo you can easily make at home.

This Ayurvedic yoga tea is made from a mixture of warming spices and just a bit of black tea, and it can be served plain or sweetened with honey and some coconut milk. It is delicious and warming, This yogi tea Promotes health, strengthens the nervous system, energizes the body, clears & calms the mind and promotes digestion.


loose leaf teas

at Lemongrass

Lemongrass is Jamaica's tea heaven. They have endless options of organic loose tea leaves for you to choose from. Fresh jasmin flowers, an abundance of green teas and spectacular tea blends you have never heard of in your life. Lemongrass is located at Devon House and also serves a mean Chai tea.

Homemade Yogi Tea Recipe

1-inch piece ginger, sliced thinly 4-6 whole cardamom pods, cracked 4-6 whole black peppercorns 1 cinnamon stick 3-4 whole cloves (do not overdo it with the cloves or it will taste like mouthwash) a few fennel seeds 4 cups filtered water Black, green or red tea (optional) Honey, maple syrup or coconut sugar (optional) Coconut or other plant-based milk

  1. Add ginger, fennel, cardamom, peppercorns, cinnamon and cloves to a saucepan. Cover with 4 cups of water and bring to a boil. Cover, lower heat and simmer for one hour.

  2. Remove lid, add a pinch of tea if using, and let stand five minutes. Yogi tea can be enjoyed immediately, but can also be steeped overnight or all day.

  3. Before serving, stir in a few drops of honey and coconut milk. That’s it!

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