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Apple Tea

  • Sweet
    • 20 mins
    • Serves 6
    • Easy



    As the trees change their color and leaves fall off leaving the branches bare; fall arrives in all its glory, bringing chilly nights and the season for delicious treats. Apples are the king fruit of the season with everyone enjoying them in one way or another.

    But on a chilly night when you crave a hot beverage, a piping hot cup of apple tea sounds delicious. With numerous other health benefits, apple tea will not just warm you. Apple tea is rich with antioxidants and has anti-inflammatory properties, which help your immune system and metabolism get stronger.

    With its sweet and spicy flavor, apple tea will sooth your soul and give your taste buds the taste of fall. Quick, easy ad delicious, this recipe will become a favorite in no time.Spice your mornings at work with some Apple Tea. Grab a water bottle from Vaya now!

    Health Benefits:

    Sweet as they come, apples provide many a health benefit. They are rich with antioxidants and flavanoids, and minerals like iron. Research finds apples beneficial in bettering metabolism and preventing diabetes. Cinnamon and cloves are known sources of chemicals which help in regulating blood sugar levels and stabilizing blood pressure. When all of them are combined for a mug of apple tea, you have a comforting beverage warming your body from the inside.

    The tea has 29-35 calories depending on how much honey you put into it.

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    How to make Apple Tea

    1. Add water, apple slices, cloves and cinnamon in a saucepan and cook on a high flame.
    2. Bring the tea to a boil.
    3. Lower the flame and let the tea simmer for 15 minutes.
    4. Strain tea into cups, making sure to squeeze all the juice out of the apples.
    5. Sweeten the tea with honey and serve hot.
    6. You can also pour the tea into a jug, cool it down and refrigerate it to make a refreshing iced tea.


    • Apple tea along with other fruit teas are not technically even teas! It is an infusion of spice and fruit flavors, brewed in hot water called a tisane. And it comes from Turkey.
    • In the United Kingdom many orchards celebrate “Apple Day” on 21st of October. The celebrations are held usually on weekends.
    • Apples like pear and plums are the part of the rose family and have more than 7,500 varieties. It’ll take one individual 20 years to try all of them!
    • Cinnamon is native to Sri-Lanka and got the name from the Greek word “kinnamomon”.
    • Cloves are dried flower buds, picked before they bloom. They are native to Tanzania, and derive their name from the French word “clou”.
    • Cloves, cinnamon and other spices were a status symbol in the Middle Ages.
    • Honey can survive forever! An explorer found a 2000 year old jar of honey which tasted just as delicious as fresh honey. And the Romans used it as currency instead of gold!

    Melanie Green

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