fevereiro 25, 2014

Ginger Honey Tea, Hot or Cold

Honey ginger tea.

The weather is inconsistent in the Carolinas, last week was 30 F today is 73 F. Another record! There is no body to be adapted so fast and so well, or I should tell... at least my body isn't. But let make this clear, I'm not complaining about those 70 F. I'm from Brazil and I do like temperatures above 60s.

Well, just in case you are having a warm day in your state too a cold honey ginger tea may help with hot flashes. And I'm not talking about menopause, I'm talking about 40s in the morning and 70s after lunch.

So, I buy ginger at the grocery store and honey from my local supplier The Carolina Honey Bee Company. But if you aren't feeling like making tea, this Ginger Honey Crystals bags makes hot or cold beverage in few minutes.

Prince of Peace teas

Individual bags for a great tea.
This is how you'll see those honey crystals.

It takes more time to dissolve if is the water is cold.
I like dissolving everything first and add ice after.

The ingredients are: cane sugar, honey and ginger.

Naturally free of the 8 big allergens, corn-free, gluten-free, and works for me!

Instant Ginger Honey Crystals
10 individual wrapped bags of 6.3 oz or 180 g

Prince of Peace brings you all the natural benefits of Ginger and Honey in our special proprietary blend of Instant Ginger Honey Crystals. Each bag contains concentrated extract from 12 grams of raw ginger which is the base for the appealing aroma and exquisitely smooth taste. Instant soluble, convenient, and has no artificial additives. You'll love this natural sweet and spicy flavor!
Brewing Instructions: per pack, add 6-8 oz of hot or cold water and stir. Feel free to vary water levels according to taste.
Calories 70 - Carbohydrate 18g or 6% - Sugars 17g

More about tea and honey:

Isabela: Brazilian, designer, works with automotive fabrics in the US. She did psychology college as well and had enjoyed a lot. She is living abroad for while, maybe because this she likes trends, cultures and behaviors.
All material on this CORN FREE session is intended for reference only and should not take place of medical advice from a license practitioner. Please use common sense, do your own research, and consult your physician when making decisions about your health.

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