Here is how to make one of the easiest teas ever: Honey Lemon Tea. This beverage is soothing when you have a cold or a sore throat. It tastes great too!
My girls and I are all feeling sick so I made some Honey Lemon Tea to soothe us. I love how this drink is greatly beneficial and tastes great at the same time.
At this time of the year, you should be cozying up with hot drinks. Homemade hot beverages like Ginger Drink, Lemon Grass Tea, or Coconut Hot Chocolate are so easy to put together. Drinking a hot drink is one of the best ways to make the best out of a cold season.
With just boiling water, lemon juice, and honey, you will get a soothing beverage to enjoy.
- Hot or boiling water: Hot or boiling water helps the honey dissolve faster.
- Lemon juice: Freshly squeezed lemon juice is better. But you could use bottled lemon juice too.
- Honey: Honey adds sweetness, plus it has anti-bacterial properties.
See the recipe card for quantities.
- Fresh Ginger - Peel and slice some fresh ginger and add in.
- Tea - First brew some green tea, chamomile tea, or any tea of choice then add the honey and lemon juice.
How To Make Honey Lemon Tea
This is one of the easiest recipes I have ever shared. Just boil some water, add some lemon juice and honey and you have delicious tea to enjoy.
Lemon tea with honey is good for fighting the common cold and sore throats. It is also a delicious drink to enjoy in the colder months.
Yes, honey lemon tea is soothing to the throat.
First, babies under one year old should not consume honey. Apart from that, lemon water should not be consumed over a long period of time as it contains high levels of citric acid that could be potentially damaging to the tooth's enamel. After consuming lemon tea, it is advisable to rinse your mouth with water to reduce its effect on your teeth.
Honey Lemon Tea
- 8 oz water
- 1 Tablespoon lemon juice
- 1 Tablespoon honey
- In a small pan, a kettle, or an electric kettle, bring water to a boil.
- Pour the water into a mug. Add the lemon juice and honey. Stir and taste. Adjust sweetness according to taste.
- Serve warm,