Summer Tea: A Refreshing Guide for the Hot Days

Summer is here, and what better way to cool down than with a refreshing glass of summer tea?

sunflowers in summer

From fruity blends to our specially recommended jasmine oolong, this article reveals the secrets to making the perfect summer drink.

Read on to discover how you can quench your thirst and enjoy irresistible flavors at the same time.

Types of Tea

There are different types of tea, including:

Each type has its own unique flavor profile and health benefits, meaning there's something for everyone.

Summer Teas

iced tea for the summer

In summer, light and fruity teas such as mint, lemon balm and chamomile are popular. These teas are not only refreshing, but also have a calming effect, which is ideal for hot summer days.

With or Without Sugar?

The choice to add sugar to your tea is personal. Some people prefer a sweeter taste, while others want to taste the natural flavors of the tea itself. If you're looking for a healthier option, you can also use honey or stevia as a sweetener.

Please note that adding sugar will add calories. Maybe not so good for your summer body!

Preparing Summer Tea (Jasmine Oolong)

We recommend our jasmine oolong tea for summer. It is an easy tea to prepare:

  1. Make the tea (200ml), add some water (800ml)
  2. Put it in the refrigerator to enjoy later.

This tea is perfect to serve on a hot summer day. The jasmine flavor gives a refreshing impression.

Frequently Asked Questions

Which Tea in Summer?

Jasmine, fruity and herbal teas are ideal for summer. Think of flavors such as jasmine, mint, lemon and peach.

Which Tea Can You Drink All Day?

Green tea and herbal tea are good options if you want to drink tea throughout the day without consuming too much caffeine.

What is a Good Tea for Hydration in Summer?

Herbal teas such as chamomile and peppermint are excellent choices for hydration. They do not contain caffeine and can be drunk throughout the day.

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