Gingered Tea

Gingered Tea

"This is a wonderful tea when home alone on a rainy day or when the chill of fall fills the air. It always gives me a boost of energy, plus its taste is so soothing. -Connie Lapp, Honey Brook, Pennsylvania"
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25 m servings
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  1. In a small saucepan, bring water to a boil. Add honey and ginger. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 10 minutes. Remove from the heat; add tea bags. Cover and steep for 5-7 minutes. Discard tea bags. Stir in milk; heat through (do not boil).

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Most helpful positive review

I find this tea very soothing on the nerves and stomach, I always use Earl Gray tea bags and Acacia honey because it tastes the best

Most helpful critical review

good but, heres a much better recipe..grate fresh ginger (at least 1 tsp), add to hot boiling water in a cup. add honey if desired. when i want to increase my fluid intake on cold days, i drink ...

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good but, heres a much better recipe..grate fresh ginger (at least 1 tsp), add to hot boiling water in a cup. add honey if desired. when i want to increase my fluid intake on cold days, i drink ...

I find this tea very soothing on the nerves and stomach, I always use Earl Gray tea bags and Acacia honey because it tastes the best

I made this to soothe swollen vocal chords. Used fresh, thinly sliced ginger boiled in water. Delicious stuff!

I'm really sick and needed something to help soothe my aching throat and comfort my sore body. I used black tea bags and let them soak a little longer, as I like a stronger tea. I was shocked th...

I used fresh ginger instead of ground, and then strained the tea into my cup. The fresh ginger gave it a nice bite, similar to black pepper in real chai. My husband loved it. We'll be makin...

I just made this tea my "regular" way of pouring boiling water over the tea bag, honey, and ginger. I added the milk after the tea steeped a bit. Found this is to be an unusual taste combinati...

I'm sorry, maybe this recipe calls for an aquired taste.

I'm sorry, I really didn't like this tea. I'm not exactly sure what happened. I followed the recipe exactly, and it turned out to taste more like spiced milk then tea. While I'm sure some people...

I didn't like the taste at all.

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