Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes
Ginger Black Tea is a blend created with Ceylon Tea and zesty, nutritious Ginger Root. It provides a bold, full and brisk flavour, accompanied by distinctly spicy, herbaceous undertones.
Why not buy it and try it for yourself here at The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company? Since our establishment in 1982, we’ve packed every Loose Tea and Roast Coffee by hand and fresh to order.
Does Ginger Black Tea Have Caffeine?
Caffeine in Ginger Black Tea exists not because of the root but the Tea leaves. The fact that it is a Black Tea means that it has some of the highest content in the world of Tea.
You can expect about 45-mg of caffeine per 8-oz cup, which is probably more than enough to keep you focused and energised. Now is the time to show you how to make Ginger Black Tea at its finest and most delicious.
How to Make Black Tea with Ginger
- Purchase a Tea Filter or Infuser (both available here).
- Place about five grams of Tea into the accessory.
- With the item in a cup, pour in hot water at 100°C.
- Allow it to steep for 3-5 minutes.
How to Serve: Consider a slice of lemon. Alternatively, serve black.
Tasting Notes: Embrace full-bodied flavours with spicy, zesty overtones.
Black Ginger Tea Nutrition Facts
Ginger in Black Tea and the Tea leaves themselves boast an abundance of vitamins, minerals and other antioxidants. These include - but are not limited to - Vitamins A, B, C and D, Gingerols, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Potassium and Sodium.
Such nutrients combined contribute significantly to Ginger Tea Benefits. So what, exactly, can your morning cuppa offer in terms of health potential?
Black Tea with Ginger Benefits
Is Ginger Black Tea good for you? You can count on it! The wonders of modern science have uncovered much, from its ability to support the immune system to aiding digestion and reducing diabetes risks.
There is even evidence, according to numerous preliminary studies, that it enhances cognitive function, improves cardiovascular health and promotes weight loss. Allow us to dig a little deeper.
Black Tea with Ginger for Weight Loss
How might the infusion reduce your waistline? The answer is twofold. For starters, Ginger Black Tea’s calories are minimal, making it an excellent alternative to sugary or fatty soft drinks. Then there is Ginger Root and Black Tea’s capacity to boost the metabolism of fat cells.
This enables the body to burn fat quicker and more efficiently. The result is that periods of exercise produce noticeable changes.
Ginger Black Tea During Pregnancy
The presence of caffeine means that pregnant women should limit their intake to 200-mg daily, the equivalent of about four cups. On the other hand, the Ginger in Black Tea could alleviate nausea caused by morning sickness.
Nevertheless, if you have any concerns or experience Black Tea with Ginger side effects, we’d always recommend stopping consumption and seeking medical consultation.