How to make Lemongrass Tea

Classic Bakes Editorial Team
Published Date
Average: 5 (3 votes)
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
10 mins
Total Time
25 mins
Recipe Type
Lemongrass Tea

Taking a break from your busy day with a soothing cup of tea can be an excellent way to relax and recharge. However, have you ever considered a caffeine free alternative like Lemongrass? With an earthy aroma and light citrus flavor this versatile herb can be served hot or cold. Although it's commonly known for its culinary uses the Medical and Scientific communities agree that the health benefits are worth researching. This is probably because of the numerous historical uses that the herb is known for. For example, in the Caribbean Lemongrass is known as 'fever grass' and is used as a hot tea in traditional medicine to reduce fevers. Nevertheless, we can all agree that having a cup of Lemongrass Tea is a great way to unwind.  

One Cup of Lemongrass Tea
  • 1-2 Stalks of Fresh Lemongrass chopped into 4 pieces

  • 8-10 oz boiling water

  • Honey or Brown Sugar to taste

One Pitcher of Lemon Grass Tea
  • 6-8 Stalks of Fresh Lemongrass Chopped into 4 pieces

  • 2 litres of boiling water

  • Honey or Brown Sugar to taste

Instructions 0%
  1. Boil the lemon grass in water for 3-5 minutes.

  2. Cover and steep for a minimum of 5 minutes the longer the tea steeps for the richer the flavor.

  3. Strain the liquid and discard the lemongrass stalks.

  4. Sweeten with Honey or Brown Sugar to taste.

  5. Serve Chilled or Hot

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