Blue Pea Green Tea
A magical cup of tea to tease your sense. Blue Pea Tea is named after its beautiful azure hue when steeped. Add a few drops of lemon and watch the deep blue turn into purple. This color changing beauty is not just visual treat but has several health benefits as well.
Health Benefits: Much like green tea, blue pea tea is loaded with antioxidants. It does wonders for digestion, detox, beauty and as a brain booster. Blue pea flower, also known as Clitoria Ternatea is also used in Ayurvedic medicine. It lowers blood pressure and has anti-anxiety, anti-asthmatic and pain relieving properties.
Ingredients: Whole dried blue pea flowers, whole leaf green tea and bits of orange peels.
Taste Notes: Taste notes are fresh and citrus with a smooth finish.
Caffeine Content: Low caffeine
Origin of Tea: South East Asia
When to drink?: Brew yourself a cup of Blue Pea Green tea mid-morning or mid-evening post-meals, to aid digestion.
Serving Suggestions: Tastes great hot or iced. Add a few drops of lemon to see the colour change and lemon also enhances the natural flavour of the tea. Suitable for colourful liquor infusions, cocktails and herbal iced teas.
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1. Is this tea suitable to have during pregnancy?
No Blue Pea Tea is not recommended to have during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
2. Is this tea available in a big tin?
No this tea is only available in a small tin option containing 35g loose leaf tea.
3. Does Blue Pea Tea have any health benefits?
Blue Pea Green Tea has several health benefits. It is rich in antioxidants and helps in digestion. It lowers blood pressure and has anti-anxiety, anti-asthmatic and pain relieving properties.
4. What ingredients can I add to change the color of this tea?
Add a dash of lemon and watch this tea turn a lovely purple colour. Or add hibiscus petals and watch it turn a bright red. The colour of the tea changes depending on the pH of the ingredient added to it.
5. Is blue pea tea available as a tea bag?
No. As Blue Pea Green Tea contains delicate blue pea flowers which gets powdered when made in to teabags, we do not offer this option.