Blue pea flowers are a Southeast Asian plant that is said to have medicinal properties. Derived from a plant that is common to most Southeast Asian countries, butterfly pea flower tea has been brewed for centuries but has only recently been introduced to tea drinkers outside the indigenous area. Blue tea flowers are used for their supposed medicinal properties in Ayurveda.
Dried blue pea flowers yield a brew that is stunning in color and that can be enjoyed with lemon and honey as a cold or hot drink. This is a wonderful drink with a unique flavor that is perfect as an after-dinner dessert or anytime.
Here is the recipe to make the best blue tea and violet this with this flower tea.
Dried Blue Pea Flower
- Prepare 180ml Water
- Boil: 90 °C to 95 °C
- Add Tea: 2.5gm / 1Tsp
- Condiments: Lemon/Honey
Brew for 3 - 4 Min Serve: Hot
- Recommended: With Water
- Aroma: Flowery
- Caffeine: None
- Serving: Hot
- Detox and cleansing
- Weight Loss
- Anti Oxidant
Absolutely loved the way it changes its color when consumed with both hot and cold water.
I was amazed when I tasted this tea. This is so different from black tea. The aroma is breathtaking.
Started having this tea day and night for 2 months after food and noticed weight loss.
I tried this tea for the first time and couldn’t believe this flower could make miracles. I serve it to my friends whenever they come over and it looks elegant. Everyone loves it.