Have you had cinnamon tea before? You will use cinnamon sticks to create a delicious warm drink to sip on. Warm yourself up as you sip on this cinnamon stick tea. You can enjoy this during cold and flu season, or warm yourself up after a chilly day. This tea is full of antioxidants which is a plus. You might also know this as cinnamon bark tea.
I love a good black tea and herbal tea, but sometimes this cinnamon tea is what I crave. Make sure to check out my boba tea, Thai tea, or even this pea flower tea. All are delicious and easy to make.
This Cinnamon Tea Is…
- Easy to Make
- Various Health Benefits
- Soothes A Sore Throat
- Immune System Booster
- Reduces Risk of Heart Disease
- Great for Cold and Flu Season
- Anti-Inflammatory Properties
- Helps Lower Blood Pressure
- Can Aid in Weight Loss
- Helps Regular Blood Sugar Levels
- And More
Cinnamon Sticks – I recommend buying organic cinnamon sticks for this tea. Don’t use ground cinnamon as it won’t create the right flavor as a cinnamon would. Plus you will have pieces of the cinnamon floating in the drink.
Water – I do recommend using filtered water as it is going to make sure you have a pure delicious hot water that will help allow for the best flavor of tea.
How to Make Cinnamon Tea
Step 1: Add the cinnamon sticks into the water in a pot and bring to a boil. Once it boils, you will reduce the heat and simmer.
Step 2: You will want to simmer the tea for 15 minutes. This is going to help add rich flavor.
Step 3: Remove the cinnamon sticks. Then strain the tea through a fine mesh strainer. Then serve up your tea.
Ways to Serve Up This Tea
Not sure how to serve up your cup of cinnamon tea? Here are some ways to dress up your tea. Serve with your favorite coffee creamer, fresh lemon juice, orange peel, sweet cloves, or even just some coconut milk. Just add what you want to compliment the cinnamon flavor of the tea. I like to froth coconut milk creamer and top this cinnamon tea with the whipped cream and cinnamon powder for garnish. I call this a cinnamon tea latte and it’s delicious!
Storing Leftover Tea
If you do not drink all your tea right away, you can store the tea in the fridge. Place in a sealed container and then you can warm up in the microwave or back on the stovetop for a warm tea.
Cinnamon Tea Recipe
Make cinnamon tea at home with simple ingredients like cinnamon sticks and water. Add hone to make cinnamon honey tea!
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 3 minutes
- Total Time: 8 minutes
- Yield: 4 cups 1x
- Category: beverage
- Method: tea pot
- Cuisine: american
- 4 large organic cassia or ceylon cinnamon sticks
- 4 cups water
- Pour the water into a small saucepan and add the cinnamon sticks. Bring the pot to a boil. Reduce the heat and simmer the cinnamon tea for 10-15 minutes. Us a slotted sport to remove the cinnamon sticks from the tea. then strain the tea through a fin strainer to remove any bites of cinnamon stick in the tea.
- Serve the cinnamon ta warm with raw honey and a squeeze of lemon juice or add some coconut milk creamer to make a cinnamon latte.
- Serving Size: 1 cup
- Calories: 2