Hot Honey Ginger Tea (with Homemade Lemonade)

Hot Honey Ginger Tea! It’s a tad bit sweet with an added spicy kick of ginger juice. This simple and delicious recipe is my at-home version of the Starbucks medicine ball…dare I say mine is better though?!? I definitely think so.

A glass mug of steamed lemonade surrounded by lemon slices, tea bags and a large pitcher of homemade lemonade.

Ingredients Needed For This Hot Tea:

  • Lemons
  • Honey
  • Ginger juice
  • Peach herbal tea
  • Mint green tea

This hot tea is great to drink during cold and flu season. Let’s be honest though, it’s so good that you’ll want to sip on it regardless of being sick or not. However, if you’ve never had a medicine ball before let me fill you in.

Pouring hot tea into a glass mug of steamed lemonade.

How The Hot Honey Ginger Tea Is Made:

The base is made up of steamed lemonade, honey and water. To that you add one peach tea bag and one mint tea bag and let it steep. Traditionally, Starbucks will add peppermint syrup to finish it off, but I omit that. And to make up for that omission, I love to add a splash of ginger juice as a fun pick me up.

So, the next time you want a soothing drink to calm body, mind and soul, give my Honey Ginger Tea a try!

And for reference, here’s the post for my Fresh Squeezed Homemade Lemonade that I use in this Hot Honey Ginger Tea.

A full glass mug of Hot Honey Ginger Tea surrounded by lemon slices, tea bags and a large pitcher of homemade lemonade.

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A full glass mug of Hot Honey Ginger Tea topped with fresh lemon slices.

Hot Honey Ginger Tea


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  • Author: Naomi
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Steep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Yield: 1 serving 1x

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Hot Honey Ginger Tea! It’s a tad bit sweet with an added spicy kick of ginger juice. This simple and delicious recipe is my at-home version of the Starbucks medicine ball.


Ingredients

Units Scale
  • HONEY SIMPLE SYRUP:
  • 1/2 cup Beeyond The Hive Clover Honey
  • 1/2 cup Water, filtered
  • HONEY LEMONADE:
  • 6 Lemons, freshly squeezed juice (equivalent to 1 cup juice)
  • Honey Simple Syrup, cooled
  • 3 cups Water, filtered
  • HOT HONEY GINGER TEA:
  • 1/2 cup Honey Lemonade
  • 3/4 cup Water, filtered
  • 1 tsp The Ginger People Ginger Juice
  • 1 bag Peach Herbal Tea, or loose leaf
  • 1 bag Mint Green Tea, or loose leaf
  • 1 Lemon, slice or wedge for garnish

Instructions

  1. Honey Simple Syrup: In a small pot, warm 1/2 cup water to almost boiling. Remove from the heat and stir in the honey until fully dissolved. Let cool slightly.
  2. Honey Lemonade: Mix lemon juice, Honey Simple Syrup and the remaining 3 cups water together in a pitcher or large mason jar. Store in the refrigerator until ready to use.
  3. Hot Honey Ginger Tea: Bring 1/2 cup lemonade and 3/4 cup water to a gentle boil in a glass measuring cup. Place the tea bags in a mug and pour the lemonade water and ginger juice over to steep. Steep for about 5-7 minutes, and then remove the tea bags. Stir gently. Enjoy immediately!
  4. Optional: Add one slice or wedge of fresh lemon.

Notes

  • Lemonade: 7 large lemons will yield 1 1/3 cup fresh juice. 6 large lemons will yield 1 cup fresh juice. If you want more of a tart lemonade use 7 lemons. If you want more of a mellow lemonade use 6 lemons.
  • Category: Drinks
  • Method: Steep
  • Cuisine: American
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Hot Honey Ginger Tea (with Homemade Lemonade)

2 Comments

  1. I’m generally not a hot tea drinker, but this one in particular is so good. I’ve had it a number of times when I’m not feeling well too, and it definitely hits the spot.






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