Authentic Traditional
Chinese Medicinal Formulas, Herbs & Teas

Green and White Teas

  • Iced Green or White Tea
    Green or White Tea Concentrate
    Green or White Tea Recipes
    Fruit Smoothie with Green or White Tea

Black Tea:
Cholesterid – Pu-erh Tea and Oolong Tea

  • Iced Black or Oolong Tea
    Black or Oolong Tea Concentrate
    Black or Oolong Tea Recipes

Ginger Tea (100% ginger root)

  • Ginger-Ale
    Grated or Chopped Ginger in Recipes

American Ginseng Tea (100% ginseng root)

  • Ginseng-Ale
    Fruit Smoothie with Ginseng
    Vegetable Juice with Ginseng
    Chicken or Vegetable Soup with Ginseng, Chinese-Style

Herbal and Medicinal Teas

  • Hot or Iced Teas
    Teas with Added Juice

Recipes from Books

  • Green Tea (The Natural Secret for a Healthier Life), Nadine Taylor, R.D.

Reviews of Triple Leaf Tea’s Green Teas

  • Triple Leaf Green Premium Tea
    Triple Leaf Jasmine Green Tea

Recipes in Green Tea (The Natural Secret for a Healthier Life)

  • Iced Green Tea Drinks
    Hot Green Tea Drinks
    Desserts

Delicious Living – a Resource for Recipes

  • Delicious Living recipes using tea and ginger

Using Teas in Your Recipes

Add some excitement to your teas, and still benefit from their healthy properties. Make delicious new beverages by mixing Triple Leaf Tea's Green, Decaf Green, White, Cholesterid – Pu-erh or Oolong teas, herbal teas such as Ginger Tea and American Ginseng Tea or medicinal teas with other ingredients. Try adding fruit juices or cubed fruit, fresh mint, sparkling mineral water, ginger ale, or ginger and spices to your teas to make delicious hot or cold drinks. Your imagination is the limit! Enjoy these tea beverages every day. Please your family, friends and guests with your own creation of a special holiday tea beverage. Green, white, oolong and black tea and ginger root are used in many main dishes, soups, desserts, and other delicious recipes. Cookbooks and internet searches yield a wealth of recipes and great ideas. See our listings below for more ideas, information and recipes.

Green and White Teas

Iced Green or White Tea

Pour one cup of boiling water over two tea bags, let steep for 3 to 5 minutes (5 to 10 minutes or longer for the Decaf Green Tea with Ginseng or Ginkgo & Decaf Green Tea to extract the full herbal benefits). For stronger flavor, steep longer, or use more tea bags. Remove and squeeze out tea bags. Add ice and enjoy. Make a larger quantity using more tea bags and water, and refrigerate the rest to drink throughout the day.

Green or White Tea Concentrate

Make green or white tea concentrate ahead of time to prepare hot or iced tea at a moments notice. Pour one cup of boiling water over three tea bags, let steep for 3 to 5 minutes (5 to 10 minutes or longer for the Decaf Green Tea with Ginseng or Ginkgo & Decaf Green Tea). Remove and squeeze out the tea bags. Refrigerate until ready to use. Add 2/3 cup of water to every 1/3 cup of concentrate to reconstitute your tea; heat just until hot for hot tea, or add ice for iced tea.

Green and White Tea Recipes

Use any Triple Leaf Green, Decaf Green or White Teas in recipes calling for green or white tea. You can experiment and see which one you like the best.

Fruit Smoothie with Green or White Tea

Add a little prepared concentrated green or white tea to your fruit smoothie for an antioxidant boost. Pour 1/3 cup of boiling water over one tea bag, let steep for 3 to 5 minutes (5 to 10 minutes or longer for the Decaf Green Tea with Ginseng or Ginkgo & Decaf Green Tea blends), remove and squeeze out tea bag, let cool, and use in place of some of the liquid in your smoothie.

Black Tea: Cholesterid – Pu-erh Tea and Oolong Tea

Iced Black or Oolong Tea

Pour one cup of boiling water over two tea bags, let steep for 3 to 5 minutes. For stronger flavor, steep longer, or use more tea bags. Remove and squeeze out tea bags. Add ice and enjoy. Make a larger quantity using more tea bags and water, and refrigerate the rest to drink throughout the day.

Black or Oolong Tea Concentrate

Make Cholesterid – Pu-erh or Oolong Tea concentrate ahead of time to prepare hot or iced tea at a moments notice. Pour one cup of boiling water over three tea bags, let steep for 3 to 5 minutes. Steep longer for a stronger flavor. Remove and squeeze out tea bags. Refrigerate until ready to use. Add 2/3 cup of water to every 1/3 cup of concentrate to reconstitute your tea; heat just until hot for hot tea, or add ice for iced tea.

Black or Oolong Tea Recipes

Use Triple Leaf Tea's Cholesterid – Pu-erh Tea, made from 100% pu-erh tea, or Oolong Tea for any recipe calling for black tea. Their mild, mellow taste will add a unique flavor

Ginger Tea (100% ginger root)

Ginger-Ale

Brew a cup of very strong Triple Leaf Ginger Tea by adding two tea bags to one cup of boiling water and boil for a couple minutes. Let steep 5 to 10 minutes, or longer, then remove and squeeze out the tea bags, add some honey and stir. Add a little lemon juice, some sparkling mineral water and ice for a delightful beverage. Re-use the ginger tea bags for maximum benefit and to extract all of their spicy taste.

Fruit Smoothie with Ginseng

Add a little prepared concentrated American Ginseng Tea to your fruit smoothie for an antioxidant boost. Add one tea bag to 1/3 cup of water and boil for a couple minutes. Let steep 5 to 10 minutes, or longer, then remove and squeeze out the tea bag, let cool, and use in place of some of the liquid in your smoothie. Re-use your ginseng tea bags to get the maximum benefit.

Vegetable Juice With Ginseng

Add a little prepared concentrated American Ginseng Tea to your vegetable juice (see Fruit Smoothie with Ginseng above). Try adding it to carrot juice, mixed vegetable juice, tomato juice, or other juice blends.

Chicken or Vegetable Soup with Ginseng, Chinese-Style

Use ginseng the way that Chinese people do. Open a tea bag, remove the ginseng and add it to the pot while cooking chicken or vegetable soup for an extra health-supporting boost.

Medicinal Teas

All Triple Leaf Tea's medicinal teas can be prepared hot or iced. Try them with lemon and your favorite sweetener, or mix with fruit juices for variety. You can re-use your medicinal tea bags to extract all of their health-supporting benefits.*

Recipes from Books

Green Tea (The Natural Secret for a Healthier Life) by Nadine Taylor, M.S., R.D. This book takes an extensive look at the health supporting properties of green tea, and has many delicious recipes, too.

Reviews of Triple Leaf Tea's Green Teas

On page 140, Nadine reviews Triple Leaf Tea's Green Teas. An excerpt follows: Green (Premium) Tea. Refreshing and bracing, this tea is the real thing just tea leaves, nothing added. The resultant brew is greenish-golden color with a satisfying, delicious, and mildly astringent taste. Jasmine Green Tea. This light and fragrant green tea really smells like flowers, and its yellow-green brew goes down smoothly without a hint of bitterness. Triple Leaf Tea's decaf green tea/tea blends and White Tea were not available at the time this book was written. They were not included in her review.

Recipes in Green Tea (The Natural Secret for a Healthier Life)

Here are a few of the types of recipes you can find in this book.
Iced Green Tea Drinks:
Green Tea Mintade, Green Tea Lemonade, Apricot Tea Punch, Green
Tea Party Punch.
Hoi Green Tea Drinks:
Hot Apple Tea, Moroccan Green Tea, Spiced Green Tea.
Desserts:Desserts:
Green Tea Ice Cream, Green Tea - Mango Sorbet.

Delicious Living - a Resource for Recipes

You can find many delicious recipes using tea and ginger on Delicious Living's web site http://deliciousliving.com

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.