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Winter has arrived in all its glory! And as soothing as it is, not all of us are in love with the idea of tucking ourselves away in a blanket all day. For the rare kind who wish to embrace winter with open arms, the best tea recipes are a blessing!

It goes without saying that the ultimate cure to winter blues is a warm cup of green tea. One way to breeze through the season of grey skies and cold breeze is to brew a perfect cup of green tea. Get out of your blanket and make your tea experience more tasteful while also reaping the many health benefits that your cuppa offers!

HFollowing are some tea recipes to warm your soul.

1. Ginger Tea

Ginger tea is an excellent drink for warming up on cold days. It’s soothing and refreshing at the same time. If you are stuck with a cold , cough, and fever, then this is one of the green tea drink recipes that are sure to make you feel better! Ginger fights the germs and the honey or maple syrup soothes sore throat. It also promotes easy digestion and alleviates the symptoms of an upset stomach. With the lovely aroma and multiple health benefits, this one is a must try.


  1. 1 or 2 slices of ginger root
  2. 1 tsp. honey or maple syrup
  3. 2-3 whole cloves
  4. 3-inch orange peel

2. Masala Chai

Every morning the inviting aroma of the spices lingers in almost every house in India. This is the beauty of Masala Chai! Since the precious recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation, each family has its own version of this tea. After experimenting with a variety of such recipes, we created one of our own. It is a blend of rich black tea with just the right mix of aromatic spices. As you brew this tea, a strong aroma fills the room. And every sip gives you a taste of the diverse India.


  1. 1½ inches fresh ginger root, unpeeled and thinly sliced
  2. 2-3 whole cloves
  3. 4 tsp. loose leaf masala tea blend from Tea Culture of the World
  4. 4 cups of milk (or non-dairy milk of your choice)
  5. ¼ cup honey

3. Spiced Winter Mulled Wine

Saving the last for the best, spiced winter tea is sheer delight in a cup! Rooibos tea, cinnamon, cloves and orange peel - these flavours are pretty much everything you need to make a gorgeous mulled wine.


  1. 50 gms vanilla rooibos
  2. 750 ml (1 pint 6 fl oz) good quality red wine
  3. 250 ml (8 ½ fl oz) water
  4. 4 tsp. sugar
  5. 3-inch orange peel
  6. Sliced ginger biscuits, to serve (optional)

Now that you have these lovely tea recipes for winter listed down for you, it's time to brew magic! To rightfully serve this purpose, you can buy green tea leaves, masala tea bags, rooibos tea loose leaf and more from Tea Culture Of The World!