Cinnamon Teas numerous benefits are widely acknowledged in the world of health care. If there is one thing that tastes good and is also healthy, it is Cinnamon Tea. From cholesterol control to diabetes regulation, anti-microbial to anti-inflammatory properties, Cinnamon Tea has it all. Cinnamon is also used as a weight loss supplement.
If you savored this delightful exotic tea, heres how to brew your own cinnamon tea at home. Its easy and quick. Believe me you will be hooked on to this tea and will want to share the recipe with family and friends. We also invite you to read customer reviews from around the world since 2005
- Ceylon Cinnamon sticks
- Pan with a lid
- Fine tea strainer
Place two cups filtered water in a pan and add one Ceylon Cinnamon Stick. Make sure that you only use real Ceylon cinnamon shipped from Sri Lanka.
Close the lid and let it boil.
It is best that the Cinnamon sticks in the pan are allowed to simmer with the water slowly in order to extract all the natural Cinnamon. This usually takes about 15-25 minutes at a low temperature.
Note: Even after the water has come to a full boil, the color of the brew will be pale yellow.
When the water starts bubbling, remove the pan from heat and let it rest for 20 minutes.
When you rest the brew, and the cinnamon stick cools down, and the rest of the cinnamon extract gets released, in to the brew changing the color from yellow to a lovely golden red.
Strain the tea through a very fine strainer to ensure none of the small fine cinnamon pieces end up in the cup.
Enjoy the tea hot or iced!
Note: You do not need any sweetener as Cinnamon is naturally sweet.
If you are a green tea lover, you can also make cinnamon and green tea. Here are some benefits of cinnamon and green tea.
Cinnamon tea does not require any extra ingredient and is super easy to make. The benefits are far more than the efforts required preparing this tea. Cinnamon is not just a tea that tastes great; there are numerous health benefits that could be derived from this exotic tea.