Category Archives: Herbal Tea

Fresh Fruit & Peppermint Tea Slushie

  This amazing slushie recipe has been kindly supplied by one of our lovely customers ‘Cenzo Cafe’ of Murwillumbah.  It’s a favourite amongst their patrons and they were happy to share it with you all, so a big thank you to them and we hope you enjoy making your own amazing slushie at home! Makes 2 cups […]

Egyptian Red (Hibiscus Tea)

Rich and refreshing, tart and tantalising, Egyptian Red (also referred to as hibiscus tea, karkadé, or rosella/roselle tea) has long been revered for its health benefits and delicious qualities. Made from the crushed red calyces of the rosella plant (Hibiscus Sabdariffa), the resulting drink is an intensely cerise infusion with a tangy flavour reminiscent of […]

Casey’s Spiced Iced Hibiscus Tea Syrup

This deliciously versatile recipe is courtesy of one of our own: Casey, from The Tea Centre Canberra. This sweet and subtly spiced syrup can be used in all kinds of ways. Drizzle over ice cream or frozen yoghurt for a delectable dessert. Put a few tablespoons into your favourite cocktail for a Caribbean twist. Or […]

Chamomile Breakfast Quinoa

This ‘make-ahead’ breakfast recipe sourced from Zanitea’s Tea Foodie blog is a yummy but wholesome option for those who are always rushing out the door in the morning. Make it your own by using any combination of breakfast mix-ins. Or instead of honey, fruit, and nuts, use shredded chicken and diced vegies and voila! You’ve got […]

Sparkling Raspberry & Lime Iced Rooibos Tea

Rooibos is very high in antioxidants and is also caffeine free – so can be shared and enjoyed by all the family! Be warned, this recipe serves 2 but I would suggest doubling, tripling or quadrupling it, as you’ll need enough for the whole family and you won’t be able to stop at just 1 […]

Lemon Myrtle Tea

  The Tea Centre is happy to say that we now have organic Lemon Myrtle tea, which we’ve sourced from a certified organic Lemon Myrtle farm in North Queensland! What is Lemon Myrtle? Lemon Myrtle (Backhousia citriodora) is an Australian native tree, indigenous to the coastal, sub-tropical rainforests of Queensland, but now also successfully grown […]

Caramel and Rooibos Cheesecake

This is a scrumptious cheesecake recipe but please note that it’s best to make the Rooibos Syrup in advance (even the day before) so you can progress with making your cheesecake without delays. Any left over Rooibos syrup is lovely over pancakes! Ingredients: 100g butter or margarine, melted 2 packets of sweet biscuits – crushed […]

Yerba Maté

Of course, while nothing beats tea for reducing those pesky stress-inducing elevated cortisol levels, sometimes you just need a little extra something to keep you steaming ahead. So this month, we are showcasing yerba maté. This popular tisane, derived from the holly tree family, is native to South America and highly regarded for its stimulating […]

Detoxing Tisanes – A Cleansing Cuppa

The time for resolutions has arrived again and with it come the many promises we make to ourselves to live healthier and happier lives. While we have the best intentions, January is the month that will usually make or break us. They say it takes twenty-one days to get into the routine of doing something. However, motivation […]