5 Summer Teas that you Can’t Miss!

5 Summer Teas that you Can’t Miss!

5 Summer Teas that you Can’t Miss!

Summertime means the consumption of a variety of refreshing beverages. While most of us prefer a glass of fizzy cold drink, it only fills the body with calories and does not necessarily cool it down. It's preferable to experiment with something that is both cooling and healthy. 

Herbal teas are well-known for their cooling properties, which include mint, hibiscus, and rose, all of which are ideal for lowering body temperature. Herbal teas not only keep the body temperature down, but they are also nutritious.

Of course, you enjoy a hot cup of tea in the winter when it's cold outside and you just want to relax. But what about a cup of tea on a hot summer day? Yes, it may not sound very rational, but people all over the world drink tea during the summer because of its numerous health benefits. Some people prefer a hot cup of tea, while others prefer iced tea to chill with.

So, stock your shelves with your favorite teas to enjoy on a warm summer afternoon at home or work. Take a look at 5 of our favorite teas to sip during the hot summer months.

Hibiscus Tea 

Hibiscus Tea provides cooling relief from the sweltering summer heat. It is known to lower blood pressure, as well as having anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties, which means it helps keep your body hydrated. In many cultures, a cup of cooling hibiscus tea is popular.

Benefits of Hibiscus Tea

 Before we get into how to make hibiscus tea, let us first summarize the benefits of a cup of hibiscus tea!

Hibiscus Tea has a plethora of advantages! It has been shown to help prevent hypertension, lower blood pressure, lower blood sugar levels, keep your liver healthy, alleviate menstrual cramps, alleviate depression, aid digestion, and aid in weight management.

How to Prepare Hibiscus Tea

While we begin with the various ‘how to make hibiscus tea' recipes, let us begin with the most basic and easiest one (don't worry, all of the recipes are simple!).

  • Step 1: In a boiling pot, heat a cup of water and add 1-2 tablespoons of Hibiscus tea. .
  • Step 2: Allow it to simmer for 4-5 minutes. If you prefer a more bitter taste, add more tea.
  • Step 3: To enhance the flavor, add a teaspoon of cinnamon powder or a 12-inch cinnamon stick to the water while it's brewing. You could also add 12 lemon juice to the tea because lemons help with weight loss.
  • Step 4- Because you're drinking this tea to lose weight, avoid using honey or natural sugar. For sweetness, use a zero-calorie sugar substitute such as Stevia.

Green Tea

Green Tea is the most popular herbal tea for weight loss and detoxification. In comparison to fully oxidized black teas, green tea leaves are minimally oxidized, making them cool to the body. There are many flavor combinations of green tea available on the market, such as mint green tea, lemon green tea, honey green tea, and so on, so even if you don't like the standard version of green tea, you can give these a try. For starters, you can try the Jarved Organic Whole Leaf Assam Green Tea. 

Green Tea Preparation

  1. To initiate, heat 2 cups of water in a medium saucepan over medium-high heat.
  2. Stir in 4 teaspoons raw sugar or your preferred sweetener. This produces a sweeter, so skip this step if you prefer a more earthy and unsweet tea.
  3.  Bring the water to a gentle simmer, stirring occasionally, until the sugar dissolves.
  4.  Turn off the heat in the saucepan. Set it on your kitchen counter. 2 teaspoons looseleaf green tea leaves Continue reading to learn how to use whole tea bags.
  5. After that, cover the tea and steep it for 2 to 3 minutes. If you steep the tea for too long, it will become bitter.
  6. Strain the leaves through a sieve. Serve hot or warm, with a squeeze of lemon on the side if desired.

Making Iced Green Tea

Refrigerate the tea in a covered jar, pitcher, or bottle until cold before making the iced green tea recipe. Serve chilled, garnished with lemon slices or mint leaves.

A squeeze of lemon or lime juice in the tea will also make it more refreshing and cleansing to the palate.

If you intend to add honey, allow the tea to cool to room temperature before adding the honey. Refrigerate after thoroughly mixing. Add 1 cup water later or top with ice cubes for lighter diluted flavors.

You can also read : 7 amazing Benefits of Green Tea  

Rose Tea 

Rose Tea cooling properties, as evidenced by so many facts, is thought to be the ideal cooler for the entire body. Astringent herbs such as rose petals, raspberry leaf, and black tea help to counteract the effects of heat and humidity. Simply put, rose tea is made from whole rose blossoms or rose petals (after being dried). This is a popular Middle Eastern tea that is enjoyed all over the world. The high concentrations of vitamin C, polyphenols, vitamin A, various minerals, myrcene, quercetin, and other antioxidants in this tea contribute to its numerous benefits.

Refresher with Tulsi, Sweet Rose, and Coconut

Coconuts are a favorite of ours because they are both delicious and nutritious. This is a tea recipe you'll want to make all summer long.

  1. 1 cup freshly boiled water poured over 2 Rose Tulsi Green Tea Bags .
  2. Steep for 5-10 minutes, then placed in the refrigerator to cool.
  3. Combine with one tender green drinking coconut's water.
  4. Pour over ice and serve chilled.

Tulsi Tea 

Tulsi is a warming herb on its own, but when combined with other herbs, it can be used to make the best herbal tea that can benefit your body in multiple ways. Spearmint, for example, works well as a cooling agent when combined with tulsi. A cup of herbal tulsi tea is ideal for relieving stress. It energizes you, increases your stamina, and improves your digestion.

How to make Iced Tulsi Tea

  1. First and foremost, iced Tulsi tea. Have you ever made herbal iced tea that was just too watery? For full-flavored iced tea and maximum enjoyment, follow these guidelines:
  2. In your teapot or cup, combine 2 Tulsi tea bags or 2 heaping teaspoons Tulsi Loose Leaf.
  3. For flavor and Tulsi benefits, steep for 5-10 minutes or longer (cover if possible).
  4. Set aside the tea to cool.(refrigerate if you like).

Over ice, you can try any flavor of Tulsi tea, but we recommend Rose Tulsi green tea ,Spearmint Green Tea, Berry Biscus Black Tea,Pineapple Cinnamon Green Tea, andTropical Green Tea.

Garnish with fruit or fresh herbs if desired – sliced citrus and mint leaves make it extra special.

Mint iced tea

When you've had a long and exhausting day, this tea will definitely lift your spirits. This tea's soft mint flavor will help you feel less tired and nauseated. Drinking this energizer tea will help you regain your energy. It's also extremely healthy. This tea also increases your metabolism, which aids in weight loss. 

How to make Mint iced Tea? 

Before adding a fresh batch of Mint leaves to a pot of boiling water, coarsely chop them. Reduce the heat to a low setting and stir in the sugar for about 10 minutes. Turn off the heat and add the Tea bags . Allow them to steep until the tea is strong enough to your liking. Take out the Tea Bags and let the beverage cool down in the fridge. Serve in a tall glass, chilled.


So, what are you holding out for? Instead of unhealthy soft drinks, try these herbal teas in between cups of your favorite milky tea. Try any of the recipes above to unwind this summer. You can try them all and see which one is your cup of tea. Alternatively, you can pick one that you like and play around with it. Sip it while sitting on your balcony or at the beach. The tea is entirely yours.