This is a great tea recipe to drink all year round. Are you team #hottea or #icedtea?
This recipe's ingredients are all full of antioxidants to boost your immune system!
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2 sachets black tea
4 tsp cinnamon quills
2 tsp cut ginger
1.5L spring water
2 tsp sugar (we used coconut sugar)
Hand crush the cinnamon quills into small broken pieces.
Add black tea, cinnamon and ginger into a heat-proof jug and boil in 200ml of spring water.
Add the sugar and the remaining spring water to the tea.
Slice an apple into thin half discs and add to the tea.
Leave to infuse in the fridge for at least 6 hours.
To serve, pour through a strainer and garnish with fresh apple slices.