Cold tea recipes: oolong tea with cinnamon, honey and ginger

We continue with more cold tea recipes. To the date we have enjoyed cold tea recipes with green, white, black and pu erh tea, leaving oolong tea for the end (with the exception of rooibos).

In fact, cold oolong tea with nothing else is really good, but let’s prepare a recipe that goes very well as a dessert after a heavy meal, to encourage digestion in a pleasant way. Perhaps this recipe of oolong tea with cinnamon, honey and ginger is the most complicated we have seen until now, but not so much. Let’s go!


Oolong tea
Ginger (about 5-6 slices)
Cinnamon (raw or powdered)


Cut the sliced ​​ginger and clean it. We boil the ginger with the cinnamon in a liter approximately.

On the other hand we put about 4 spoonfuls of oolong tea in a jar of the same capacity (1 liter perfect). For this recipe oolong tea Tie Guan Yin is perfect, although with Taiwan’s Ali Shan also looks great.

After boiling the water with the ginger and the cinnamon for about 20-25 minutes, we approve the water to make the infusion directly in the jar with the oolong tea. It is recommended to use a strainer, although it is not essential.

After making the infusion, add the honey, stir the infusion well and let it cool in the refrigerator. It can be served cold, either with crushed ice or in cubes.

This infusion of cold oolong tea is perfect for a dessert, after a hevay meal. Ginger makes it 100% digestive. While honey and cinnamon leave a perfect taste of the mouth.

Tie Guan Yin oolong

Tie Guan Yin oolong

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