8 Tea Recipes that Filipinos Will Love!

Living in a tropical country like the Philippines means that we need to double up on hydration. But if you’re already tired of just drinking water, tea is an excellent alternative because it’s not only healthy but also very satisfying. Here are 8 recipes that you can try at home.

1. Ginger Honey Tea

“Salabat” or ginger tea is a popular drink in the Philippines for its many health benefits. But if you don’t like the taste of ginger powder, go all-natural with this ginger honey tea recipe that adds a sweet twist to the classic. Don’t forget to bring your ginger tea anywhere with your Thermos® Tumbler.

2. Vanilla Tea
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If you’re not a regular tea drinker but want to give it a try, vanilla tea is a good place to start because the flavors are familiar, and the cinnamon makes this recipe more comforting to dig into.

3. Rose, Roselle and Apple Tea

You can never go wrong with fruit teas, and this combination of apple, roselle and dried rose buds hit just the spot. This recipe can be served hot or cold because of its sweet and refreshing taste. Get the recipe here and make sure to use your Thermos® Tumbler to keep your drink at the temperature you desire!

4. Sage Tea
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Aside from being very relaxing, sage tea offers a lot of health benefits, including being caffeine-free. This combination of fresh sage leaves, lemon juice and honey can help soothe sore throats and ease upset stomachs, but you can also just enjoy this cup of tea to end a busy day. Find the recipe here.

5. Pumpkin Spiced Chai
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You’ve heard about this drink from a popular coffee shop. But if you’re not a fan of caffeine, you can make this alternative that uses pumpkin puree, pumpkin spice and chai to make a drink that’s both comforting and healthy.

6. Spiced Apricot Tea
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Apricot may not be the easiest fruit to find in the Philippines, but if you score one, be sure to put it to good use with this spiced apricot tea recipe. The sweet and fruity flavors of this tea are perfect for pairing with a rich Filipino breakfast, and you can even bring a drink to work using your Thermos® One-Push Tumbler.

7. Honey Citron Tea
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If you’re feeling under the weather or you just want something warm for the cold temperature, you need to try the popular Korean honey citron tea that’s perfect as a cold remedy and for boosting your immune system. Find the recipe here.

8. London Fog Drink
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Finally, more popularly known as earl grey tea latte, this drink combines the delicious flavors of lavender and vanilla with frothed milk to give you that extra warm feeling. Lavender is also known to help ease anxiety so you can have a relaxing day. Make your own London fog drink at home with this recipe.

So which of these tea drinks would you like to try first?

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