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Chado Blue Butterfly Pea Herbal Tea, Thailand, 50 g

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The Blue Butterfly Pea, which grows in the mountainous regions of the northern part of Thailand, was obtained by drying the flowers of the orchid plant in the sun. It is widely consumed in Southeast Asian cuisine as an herbal tea and as a natural food color. Blue ivy flower has long been used in India as part of alternative medicine to cleanse the body of waste and stress. With its short name, blue tea, it offers the taste of orchid-flavored rice. When fermented without any additives, it gives a deep blue color. Optionally, you can add a slice of lemon juice or lemon juice and honey. You can notice that lemon or any acid changes the color of blue tea from blue to pink / purple.

Ingredients: blue butterfly pea flower

Preparation suggestions: It is recommended to brew for 4-5 minutes by adding 1-2 teaspoons to 250ml of water at 79 ° C - 85 ° C. The same tea can be brewed twice.

Net: 50g

The number of services: about 35 cups

How to prepare ice Butterfly Latte?

You can drink blue ivy flower by brewing it like regular tea, or you can drink it as a cold tea as follows.

First, boil 200 ml of water to its boiling temperature.

After 1-2 minutes after boiling stops (at this time the water will cool slightly and reach the ideal temperature), put 5-6 grams of blue ivy flowers in the water and leave it for 4 minutes. Due to our reduced taste in cold drinks, we make this drink more intensively than usual. So we use less water and more tea.

At the end of fermentation, we take out the blue butterfly flowers from the water and while the water is still hot, we add a teaspoon of honey and mix.

Finally, we add 1/3 ice and 1/3 cold milk. We generally prefer coconut milk as a vegetarian option.

Our cold drink is ready, ok and tasty.

If you added the same amount of hot water in place of ice in the recipe above, you are preparing a regular latte.

Blue pea flowers are sometimes mistakenly referred to as Blue Matcha. Matcha is a type of tea obtained from its high-quality green leaves with special processes. On the other hand, Blue Butterfly is a herbal tea obtained from a different plant family and is not related to Matcha in terms of appearance, taste, content or any other problem.

What is the ivy blue butterfly?

The English name Blue Butterfly Pea or better known as Blue Tea is a tea obtained from the Clitoria plant in South Asia for centuries. This herbal tea, which is obtained from the Camelliea Sinensis plant or obtained from herbal tea, has a completely different fermentation color from the colors of the brown and light green drink, and it takes its name from the blue color of its flowers. Blue tea (blue peas), which has this color without any additives, is also used in cosmetics due to its strong color. Blue tea has been a part of Bali, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnamese cultures for many years. It has also become a part of Ayurveda, as Tulsi tea, due to its genetic properties.

Blue tea changes color depending on the pH (acidity) of the water in which it is prepared. So, if you add lemon juice to Blue Ivy Blossom tea after brewing, it turns from blue to purple very quickly.

The average shipping duration is 6 business days to Middle East but 2-4 business days to Europe.

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The Blue Butterfly Pea, which grows in the mountainous regions of the northern part of Thailand, was obtained by drying the flowers of the orchid plant in the sun. It is widely consumed in Southeast Asian cuisine as an herbal tea and as a natural food color. Blue ivy flower has long been used in India as part of alternative medicine to cleanse the body of waste and stress. With its short name, blue tea, it offers the taste of orchid-flavored rice. When fermented without any additives, it gives a deep blue color. Optionally, you can add a slice of lemon juice or lemon juice and honey. You can notice that lemon or any acid changes the color of blue tea from blue to pink / purple.

Ingredients: blue butterfly pea flower

Preparation suggestions: It is recommended to brew for 4-5 minutes by adding 1-2 teaspoons to 250ml of water at 79 ° C - 85 ° C. The same tea can be brewed twice.

Net: 50g

The number of services: about 35 cups

How to prepare ice Butterfly Latte?

You can drink blue ivy flower by brewing it like regular tea, or you can drink it as a cold tea as follows.

First, boil 200 ml of water to its boiling temperature.

After 1-2 minutes after boiling stops (at this time the water will cool slightly and reach the ideal temperature), put 5-6 grams of blue ivy flowers in the water and leave it for 4 minutes. Due to our reduced taste in cold drinks, we make this drink more intensively than usual. So we use less water and more tea.

At the end of fermentation, we take out the blue butterfly flowers from the water and while the water is still hot, we add a teaspoon of honey and mix.

Finally, we add 1/3 ice and 1/3 cold milk. We generally prefer coconut milk as a vegetarian option.

Our cold drink is ready, ok and tasty.

If you added the same amount of hot water in place of ice in the recipe above, you are preparing a regular latte.

Blue pea flowers are sometimes mistakenly referred to as Blue Matcha. Matcha is a type of tea obtained from its high-quality green leaves with special processes. On the other hand, Blue Butterfly is a herbal tea obtained from a different plant family and is not related to Matcha in terms of appearance, taste, content or any other problem.

What is the ivy blue butterfly?

The English name Blue Butterfly Pea or better known as Blue Tea is a tea obtained from the Clitoria plant in South Asia for centuries. This herbal tea, which is obtained from the Camelliea Sinensis plant or obtained from herbal tea, has a completely different fermentation color from the colors of the brown and light green drink, and it takes its name from the blue color of its flowers. Blue tea (blue peas), which has this color without any additives, is also used in cosmetics due to its strong color. Blue tea has been a part of Bali, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnamese cultures for many years. It has also become a part of Ayurveda, as Tulsi tea, due to its genetic properties.

Blue tea changes color depending on the pH (acidity) of the water in which it is prepared. So, if you add lemon juice to Blue Ivy Blossom tea after brewing, it turns from blue to purple very quickly.

The average shipping duration is 6 business days to Middle East but 2-4 business days to Europe.

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