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Refreshing ginger, lemon, lime lavender honey teas! :)

Tasty fresh ginger, lemon, lime , lavender honey teas!
Tasty fresh ginger, lemon, lime , lavender honey teas!

Hello, my dear friends, I am back from my long Holiday,…yeah!Β Thanks for the many received emails from a lot of you, wondering if I still was alive & if I wasn’t sick! Ha! πŸ™‚

I took a long holiday with my husband. We went to the Belgian seaside to reload ourselves & now, I am back with plenty of energy & I invented many tasty recipes too! πŸ™‚

These lovely home-made teas , we drank in a cool lovely restaurant on our Holiday! It is a refreshing fresh ginger, lime, lemon & honey tea. It is so gooooddddd,…Yum!

Steeping the ginger for 15 minutes into the hot water!
Steeping the ginger for 15 minutes into the hot water with the lemon, lime & Β lavender honey! πŸ™‚

Recipe: For 2 large teas, each 300 ml


600 ml just boiled water

2 thin slices of organic lemon, each slice cut into 2

2 thin slices of organic lime, each slice cut into 2

2 teaspoons of a good lavender honey = 1 teaspoon per tea

5 cm of fresh, peeled ginger, cut into 10 thinner round slices, 5 slices of ginger per tea


1. Take 2 larger see through glasses. Put 1 teaspoon of lavender honey into each glass bottom. Top with the 5 slices of fresh ginger, into each glass. Put 2 half slices of each lemon & lime into each glass. Top with 300 ml of just boiled hot water & stir everything round with a smaller long spoon. Let the ginger steep for about 12 to 15 minutes. Push with your spoon onto the ginger pieces into your hot tea. I like my tea best when the ginger has been steeped for about 15 minutes,…Yum Yummmm! I let the lemon, lime & ginger in my tea when I am drinking it. You can re-use it again for the next batch of tea! πŸ˜‰ Enjoy! πŸ™‚Β 




Hello! My name is Sophie & I love to cook & bake mostly healthily but with a twist! There is a bit of gardening & travelling in here too! Enjoy! :)

74 thoughts on “Refreshing ginger, lemon, lime lavender honey teas! :)

  1. I was wondering where you went! I am happy to hear that it was on a lovely vacation, and not that you were sick! That sounds so lovely to be by the Belgian seaside…I hope one day I can travel throughout Europe extensively! There is so much I’d like to see.

    Your teas are lovely, and I know that I will be making these at some point in the coming months. I have at least a cup of tea every day…there are so many different kinds out there, I never get bored!!

  2. Good to have you back! I have a version of this tea whenever I feel under the weather, works like magic.

  3. Fabulous to hear that you had such a great time! Yes, I did miss you. Any hotels, restaurants or other places you visited that you think are a “not-to-miss”? Until now I have only been to the bigger belgium cities and a few villages but never to the sea side. I must go sometime!
    And this tea recipe sounds devine – just right for this cold november weather we are having!

  4. Sounds so good! Like a winter version of homemade lemonade, almost! Love it πŸ™‚ Welcome back and glad you had a good time! xx

  5. Yummy – just what I need!! I have it all apart from lavender honey, but I still have some fresh lavender in the garden so….. πŸ™‚
    Glad you had a great holiday Sophie!

  6. Yummy Sophie! I’m looking forward to what you write about next πŸ™‚

  7. welcome back–these look lovely! And as an aside: I’m getting ready to try my new sherry vanilla extract πŸ˜€

  8. So glad you had a lovely holiday! Ginger tea – how fantastic and delicious!

  9. Welcome home Sophie, can’t wait to try the tea, looks amazing! xo

  10. Tea is definitely my cure-all answer for everything when cool weather arrives. From physical illness to emotional pain, a cup of hot tea really does help! Yours sounds like such a soothing blend. πŸ™‚

  11. So refreshing and delicious – but the ginger gives it a lovely kick πŸ˜€


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  12. Welcome back Sophie! Sounds like a lovely holiday. This tea sounds beautiful. I imagine it would be lovely iced too – we’re heading into warm weather now and I love a fancy iced drink with my dinner!

  13. Hi Sophie!! We all have missed you! Are yo posting pictures of your travels? I would love to see them! and I love, love this tea!! It reminds me of fruit teas we would have in China in prety glass tea pots. I am totally going to make this –hot and cold versions. xoxo thanks.

  14. I’m glad that you both had a wonderful time away. It’s great to have a break every now and then, to forget about everything social-media related and to just have some quality time together πŸ™‚ Glad that you’ve come back refreshed and ready to write some wonderful new recipes. This one sounds wonderful! Love the idea of the ginger with the lavender honey, yumm. I am actually home sick from work at the moment and this drink looks divine. I’d love to give it a go soon! xx

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