2 star 2020 Great Taste Award
naturally caffeine free
1 calorie per cup
what's special about this tea?
It may be chilly and grey outside but this gingery, lemony brew will sweep you away to a British summer's day - homemade lemonade, traditional ginger beer, croquet and morris dancers (ok perhaps a step too far). There is no match for the ginger kick and refreshing lemon in this all-natural infusion.
teapigs' tea taster
1 per person
how does it taste?
good if you're feeling
nutrition per 100ml
- 1 kcal
- 0 sugar
- 0 fat
- trace carbohydrate
made from plant starch - pop in your council food waste
made from wood pulp - pop in your home compost
made from sustainable paperboard - recycle me
non-recyclable so try to re-use me!
A refreshing and comforting blend of lemon and ginger, Teapig's Lemon & Ginger Tea bags provide a fresh lemon aroma with a ginger tickle. This soothing herbal drink is an excellent choice if you want to benefit from the anti-inflammatory properties of ginger but prefer not to have a strong ginger-tasting tea! Give your taste buds a break and enjoy a natural blend of pure lemongrass, lemon peel, and ginger root. Our Lemon and Ginger tea bags are a great way to start the day, every day.
What is Lemon and Ginger Tea?
Lemon and Ginger Tea is a wonderful infusion of lemon and ginger to lift your spirits even on the cloudiest of days. Bursting with bold citrusy lemon and spicy-sweet ginger, our tea bags make it easy to enjoy your favourite morning accompaniment without the hassle of steeping fresh leaves. Just one cup of this perfectly zesty and aromatic brew is sure to revive you in no time. This natural blend has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant qualities and is rich in vitamin C, so it can also strengthen your defences against the flu and other viruses that wreak havoc on your health.
Why should you buy Lemon and Ginger Tea Bags from Teapigs?
Our Lemon & Ginger tea bags are beautifully balanced to create a delicious and flavoured tea, which can be part of a soothing bedtime ritual to help put the day behind you. Or you can use them as the perfect remedy for a sore throat to help you fight a cold or flu. Buy Lemon-Ginger tea today and enjoy calming herbal tonic that can help you not only sleep soundly but also feel warm, calm, and relaxed.
How to make Lemon and Ginger Tea?
Making Teapigs Lemon and Ginger Tea is a simple and enjoyable process.
- 1. First, take one Teapigs Lemon and Ginger Tea bag and place it in a cup or mug.
- 2. Next, add freshly boiled water to the cup or mug. Then dip the tea bag into hot water for two to three minutes.
- 3. Now your tea is brewed you can add in any additional sweeteners such as honey or sugar. This step is optional of course!
- 4. Finally, stir all of the ingredients together until they’re well mixed and enjoy!
Tip: Adding a splash of milk or honey can enhance the flavour.
FAQs on Lemon and Ginger Tea
Q. Is Lemon and Ginger tea safe during pregnancy?
A. Lemon and Ginger tea in moderate doses is safe to consume during pregnancy. Actually, research shows that pregnant women can benefit from drinking herbal teas like ginger tea to reduce nausea. The tea also has a pleasant aroma and flavour, and it may be useful in reducing nausea and vomiting, particularly during the first trimester!
Q. Does Lemon and Ginger tea detox your body?
A. Yes! Lemon and Ginger tea can help to detox your body. Lemons are high in vitamin C, which is one of nature's most powerful antioxidants. These powerful antioxidants eliminate free radicals both within and outside the cell, which can cause inflammation. Ginger has anti-inflammatory effects as well and helps to relieve gas and bloating, making it nature's best all-in-one detoxifier.
Q. Can Lemon and Ginger tea reduce belly fat?
A. Lemon and ginger are two superfoods that weight loss professionals and dietitians recommend to people who want to lose weight quickly and safely. They help flush out waste from the body, and when combined, constitute a formidable weight-loss combination that naturally melts fat to help you reduce belly fat faster.
Q. Is Lemon and Ginger tea good for diabetes?
A. Yes, drinking ginger water with a hint of lemon is known to lower the effects of diabetes. The pungent root is a rich source of zinc that plays a big role in the secretion of insulin.