A Tea Recipe to Suit Every Season

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It’s officially time to spill the tea! Well… maybe don’t actually spill it. I don’t know about you, but for me, there is nothing more comforting that a warm cup of tea, a good book and a cozy sweater. I keep my AC down in summer just so I can keep up this routine! On the flip-side, a good iced-tea can be that desperately needed, refreshing treat on those sweaty summer days. Whether you like your tea steaming hot or ice-cold, here is a curated a list of tasty tea, including a tea recipe to suit every season!

The Classic Tea Recipe

Two glassed filled with lemon iced tea
Cool off with some tasty iced tea recipes this summer!

This tea makes a wonderful way to start your morning or cap off a big dinner. With a gentle boost from caffeine and the comforting aromas of sweet vanilla, this tea is true treat!


  • 1 tsp black tea leaves (or 1 teabag)
  • 1 1/2 cups water
  • Splash of your favorite milk (Personally, oat milk is my one & only)
  • 1 scoop Super Amazing Creamer
  • A touch of sugar or honey (or sweeten to taste w/ alternative sweetener of your choice)

Recipe makes one serving!

How to Make The Classic Tea

Neon sign that Says Tea People
Psst…for all you tea lovers out there, did you know our Superfood Tabs are loaded with green tea? To enjoy to Superfood Tabs as a hot tea, mix with hot water and a touch of lemon!
  1.  Brew your tea with hot water and steep for 3-5 minutes
  2.  Pop the tea in your cup and add your Super Amazing Creamer, milk and sweetener. Mix well.
  3.  Can be served hot or over ice

Pro-tip: Make it a London Fog by replacing the water with milk and brew your tea in your milk instead (Use about about 1 ½ cups of your favorite milk for this)

Recipe makes one serving!

Fresh Lemon Ginger Tea Recipe

Have holding a cup of lemon ginger tea
This Lemon Ginger Tea recipe helps you breath easy – literally!

This tea is a dream served hot or cold! Served cold, enjoy daily to get your digestive system up and grooving in the morning. Served hot, it makes a soothing drinking for upset tummies and feels great if you are suffering from a cold!


  • 1/2 lemon
  • 1 small piece fresh ginger root
  • 1 ½ cups water
  • Fresh mint leaves
Halved lemons on a leaf
Did you know lemons aid in digestion and optimal hydration?

How to Make Ginger Lemon Tea

1) Rinse ginger root thoroughly and cut into thin slices
2) Bring water to a boil and add ginger
3) Reduce to a simmer and let sit for 5 minutes
4) Use a sieve to catch the ginger as you pour your tea into your class (you can leave the ginger in for extra flavor if you want!)
5) Squeeze lemon juice into the cup through a sieve to avoid any seeds landing in your cup
6) Add a few mint leaves to your cup to enhance the fresh taste
7) Serve hot or on ice!

Pro-tip: Brew in bulk and refrigerate for a restorative beverage throughout the day, or, add some to your Superfood Tabs drink for an extra zing!

Collagen Turmeric Tea Latte Recipe

Turmeric latte with ginger, honey and ginger on spoons
Treat yourself to this tasty turmeric tea recipe!

This tea latte is great for any time of day! Turmeric and cinnamon work together with anti-inflammatory effects. Not to mention, these spices create a rich and indulgent flavor. This recipe also contains Super Amazing Creamer, keeping your skin vital and glowing all year round with its MCT Oil and Collagen ingredients!


  • 1 tsp turmeric
  • ½ tsp cinnamon
  • 1 scoop Super Amazing Creamer
  • 1 tsp honey
  • a dash of black pepper
  • 1 ½ cups your favorite milk
Package of Super Amazing Creamer Next to plant
Super Amazing Creamer is the perfect buddy to almost any hot tea!

How to Make Collagen Turmeric Tea Latte

1) Warm milk over stove, simmer gently but do not bring to full boil
2) Add in additional ingredients except for the honey
3) Gently simmer together and let heat on low for 3-5 minutes. Stir occasionally.
4) Remove from heat and add honey to taste.
5) Can be served hot or over ice.

*Recipe makes 1 serving*

Pro-tip: Sprinkle some nutmeg powder on top of your drink for a beautiful and flavorful garnish.

Lavender Vanilla Dream Tea Recipe

Lavender clouds at sunset
Ease into a lovely sleep with this lavender tea recipe!

This is the perfect cup of tea to soothe the blues away. Chamomile, lavender and vanilla work together to provide a calming effect on your mood. The lovely floral fragrance of this tea will have you floating away on a cloud of calm before you know it!


  • ½ tbsp dried lavender flower (lavender tea bag will work fine here too)
  • ½ tbsp dried chamomile flowers (chamomile tea bag will work fine here too)
  • 2 tsp honey
  • ½ tbsp vanilla extract
  • Splash of your choice of milk for extra creamy feel

How to make Lavender Vanilla Dream Tea

Lavender flowers brewing in tea sieve
Lavender is often used in aromatherapy for its calming mental effects making it a great tea to drink just before bed!

1) Steep loose-leaf tea or tea bag in hot water for 5-8 minutes
2) Add milk, vanilla and honey
3) This one is best served hot!

Pro-Tip: Don’t forget to place a few dried flowers on top of your brew for a beautiful effect

Whether you are feeling cozy, or calling in a cure for the summer heat, these teas have you covered. These tea recipes are great for a party of one – or – to share with friends! So, get that water boiling and indulge in some tasty tea that will meet your every need!

Want some Superfood Tabs to add to a tea recipe? Get them here.

Need some Super Amazing Creamer? Click here.

Looking for more health, wellness, nutrition, & detox tips? Check out more blog articles here.

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