Christmas Tea Collection

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This Christmas Tea Collection offers 7 different ways to enjoy a cup of warming and festive tea during the holiday season. Everyone will find their favourite flavour!

This post was originally publised in December 2018. I have updated the recipe (A new idea – Candy Cane Tea – has been added), and I also updated some of the photoes. 

Hello everyone. Can you believe it’s almost Christmas? I hope you’re ready. And although I’m super excited about the next couple of days, quiet and joyful, I’m a little bit sad. Why? Because Christmas is actually happening in two days. Weird, isn’t? I’m sorry – I’m a strange guy. For me, the best part of Christmas, as well as some other events (like a trip abroad), is its anticipation. While I do enjoy preparing for holidays (from cooking planning to spending some money for shopping), Christmas itself comes and goes so quickly. Unfairly quickly. Please tell me that you might feel the same.

But let’s not think about what happens next – let’s enjoy this beautiful moment as much as possible!

And trust me that this Christmas Tea Collection will warm your soul during (hopefully) White Christmas.

This collection offers as caffeine based drinks as well as herbal tea. And options? Plenty, from spices to citrus and berries. And the most unique recipe is…spruce tree tea. No, you don’t have issues with your eyes. A little of spruce  (Please leave your 2 meter Christmas tree alone!)  will introduce a nice intriguing flavour somehow resembling rosemary. Just don’t add a lot of and spruce it up (Haha sounds funny) with some honey and citrus. This tea is also healthy as it has an anti-inflammatory effect. By the way, do you know that they make jam out of pine cones too? I’ve never tried, but this tea is a tiny step towards that recipe :)

Okay, my friends. I am going to wrap it up. That’s certainly my last recipe before Christmas, but I’ll be back since I have two festive recipes perfect for your New Year’s celebration.

Have a wonderful holiday and enjoy some quality time. And don’t forget to try something from this Christmas Tea Collection. P.S. Most of these tea ideas would be delicious with a splash of alcohol such as rum or brandy. Exciting, right?


Candy Cane Tea
Cranberry Honey Tea
Cranberry Tangerine Ginger Tea


Spruce Orange Tea


Apple Currant Thyme Tea


Cranberry Pine Nut Tea


Spiced Black Tea


Tangerine Cardamom Tea


Spiced Cranberry Black Tea

4 thoughts on “Christmas Tea Collection

  1. Dawn - Girl Heart Food says:

    I feel the exact same way, Ben! I feel that a lot of Christmas is the weeks and days leading up to the 25th…all the excitement, planning and anticipation. That’s why I feel it’s so important to actually ENJOY it, ya know? It all comes and goes way too fast if you ask me…and I can’t believe that even before Christmas Day gets here, there’s ads for boxing day and fitness equipment. Eeeeek! Anywho, I’m gonna enjoy it and I would especially enjoy it if I had some of these teas! They all sound lovely,but especially that spruce orange tea. Hope you have a fabulous Christmas and Happy New Year! Chat in 2019 ;)
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  2. David @ Spiced says:

    Wow, what a collection of holiday tea! I totally know what you mean about Christmas coming and going too fast. I’m always shocked when the Christmas decorations show up in stores in October, but before you know it, Christmas is over. The anticipation is the best part! We’ve been a bit under the weather here lately, and a good mug (or 6) of tea sounds great right now. Merry Christmas, my friend!
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