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Serving Govind Madhav Herbal Tea

Tea Recipes

Serving Govind Madhav Herbal Tea
(Recipe for 2 cups)

Hot Milk Tea: Boil 1 cup of water and 1 cup of milk. Add ½ spoon of Govind Madhav Herbal Tea. Boil for 2 minutes. Add sugar or Honey to taste. Strain and serve Hot. A pinch of grated Ginger can also be added while boiling for additional benefits.

Hot Lemon/Ginger Tea: Boil 2 cups of water and add ½ spoon of Govind Madhav Herbal Tea and a peel of half lemon or a few drops of Lemon juice. A pinch of grated Ginger can also be added. Boil for 2 minutes. Add sugar or Honey to taste. Strain and serve Hot.

Then serve while fresh and hot. If your tea gets too cool, it is best to enjoy it over ice verses re-heating the brew.

Cold Tea shake: Boil 2 cups of milk and add ¾ spoon of Govind Madhav Herbal Tea. A pinch of grated Ginger can also be added. Boil for 2 minutes. Strain and cool. Add sugar or Honey to taste. Add ice and shake in a blender mixer. Serve as ice cold shake.

Ice Cold Lemon/Ginger Tea: Boil 2 cups of water and add ½ spoon of Govind Madhav Herbal Tea and a peel of half lemon or a few drops of Lemon juice. A pinch of grated Ginger can also be added. Boil for 2 minutes. Add sugar or Honey to taste. Strain and add to an ice filled glass to serve ice cold. It can also be refrigerated for days and taken later on.

Depending on your preference, you can enjoy drinking your beverage plain or with a bit of milk, lemon, honey or sugar.

Water, Milk and Tea ratio can be adjusted as per individual taste.

In Asia, people typically drink tea without accompaniments.

In England, a small amount of milk is often added for extra body and smoothness. In Russia, brewing tea and adding lemon is common. Raspberry jam is sometimes added for sweetness.

Always use fresh water to make the Govind Madhav Herbal Tea and prepare in clean cookware of cast iron, glass or stainless steel (other than aluminum).

Yet, brewing tea is all about the experience and how you take your tea is a matter of individual taste and enjoyment. Experiment until you find a combination that suits your palate "to an Herbal Tea (tisane)."