Yogi Lemon Ginger Sun Tea

Yogi Lemon Ginger Sun Tea is a refreshing and easy-to-prepare drink that’s delicious to enjoy on its own, or paired with your favorite seasonal fruits and herbs.

 

Yogi Lemon Ginger Sun Tea | Yogi Tea

While many Yogi teas are purposefully blended with warming herbs and ingredients that are traditionally enjoyed in the winter, their delicious benefits can also be enjoyed in warmer months.

Ginger is one such ingredient that’s perfect for enjoying year-round. In cooler months, Ginger can help promote warmth and support digestion and circulatory function. When the weather warms up in the Spring and Summer months, Ginger’s warming properties help to support the skin by opening up circulation and promoting perspiration; helping the body to keep cool. Cooling herbs like Peppermint Leaf and Lemongrass help to balance Ginger’s heat, and provide deliciously complex flavor to blends like Yogi Lemon Ginger.

Preparing Yogi sun tea is one delicious way to enjoy the benefits of Ginger in warmer months. This easy-to-prepare drink is a refreshing pick-me-up that can be enjoyed on its own, or paired with fresh, seasonal fruits and herbs.

Yogi Lemon Ginger Sun Tea

What you’ll need:

  • Yogi Lemon Ginger tea (or, your favorite variety of Yogi tea)
  • Water
  • 1 large glass or transparent jar with lid

Optional, if desired:

  • Fresh fruit and/or herbs (we used Blueberries and Mint)
  • Ice

Directions:

  1. Fill glass jar with room temperature water
  2. Add Yogi Lemon Ginger tea bags to pitcher; using 1 tea bag per 8 oz of water. Note: If you wish to add ice to your sun tea, we recommend using 2 tea bags per 8 oz of water.
  3. Gather tea strings and tea tags at the top of the jar and seal the lid
  4. Place glass jar in an area with plenty of sun exposure, such as a patio, deck, or sunny windowsill
  5. Allow tea to steep for 1-2 hours, depending on intensity of sunlight and desired tea strength
  6. Remove tea bags and refrigerate until chilled
  7. Serve with fresh fruit, herb garnish, and ice as desired

When refrigerated in an airtight container, Yogi Lemon Ginger Sun Tea will keep for up to two days.

 

What’s your favorite Yogi tea to enjoy when the weather heats up?  

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Enjoy and be well,


8 Comments

  • Lanie says:

    Yum! Gonna make me some! Thanks.

  • Yogi says:

    Absolutely, Lanie! We hope you enjoy 🙂

    Be Well,

  • Barbara sandoval says:

    I would love to try all your teas to be able to buy the ones I like but every time I buy some tea I find I do not like and it’s just a waste of money when your on a tight retirement budget. Your teas looks delicious.
    Thanks

  • Leigh Ann says:

    Can’t wait to try this! I’m going to use my Sweet Tangerine teabags for my sun tea.

  • Yogi says:

    Hi there Barbara!

    Thanks so much for your note. To stay in-the-know about special offers from Yogi, we invite you to join the Yogi newsletter. This monthly email will keep you up to speed with the latest Yogi news and promotional offers. To sign up, visit https://www.yogiproducts.com/newsletter-signup/.

    Thank you, and be well!

  • Yogi says:

    Hello, Leigh!

    We can’t wait for you to try it, too! We hope you enjoy 🙂

    Be well,

  • Ellen says:

    Made this! 64oz of water + 10 bags and steeped in the sun for 5 hours. Delicious. I’m hopeful for it to help with my UC flare up.

  • Yogi says:

    Hello Ellen,

    Thanks so much for taking the time to share your positive feedback! We’re happy to hear that you enjoyed making your own Yogi sun tea. Be sure to sign up for our newsletter for more recipes you may enjoy! You can sign up here on our site: Sign Up: Yogi Newsletter.

    Enjoy and be well!

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