Apple Tea, Lebanese Apple Tea

Apple Tea, Lebanese Apple Tea

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Here is a zesty cuppa from Lebanon! Apple tea is a unique beverage made by infusing green tea with cinnamon and stewed apples.

A squeeze of lemon added while stewing the apples gives the drink a tangy twist, making it very appealing to the taste buds.

This drink has a unique taste, which is soothing, exciting as well as refreshing – something that has to be experienced to be understood.

Try other flavoured teas like the Elaichi Tea and Kashmiri Kahwa .

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Apple Tea, Lebanese Apple Tea recipe - How to make Apple Tea, Lebanese Apple Tea

Preparation Time:    Cooking Time:    Total Time:     Makes 2.75 cups
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1 cup grated apples (unpeeled)
2 tbsp sugar
1/2 tbsp lemon juice
2 green tea bags
2 small sticks cinnamon (dalchini)
  1. Heat 3 cups of water in a deep sauce pan, add the apples, sugar and lemon juice, mix well and cook on a medium flame for 6 minutes, while stirring occasionally.
  2. Add 2 green tea bags and cinnamon sticks, mix well and cover with a lid and keep aside for 15 minutes.
  3. Strain the apple tea and serve immediately.

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Apple Tea
 on 05 Dec 16 12:41 PM

Awesome Tea! Loved the apple flavor. so simple to make too. Instantly energizing on a tiring day
Apple Tea
 on 23 Mar 13 10:59 PM

Green tea flavoured with fresh ingredients has a very pleasant taste and aroma.It was a hit when I served this at a tea party as an option to the regular tea.