Adriene's Yogi Tea Recipe – How to Make Yogi Tea – Yoga With Adriene

Take your yoga off the yoga mat and into the kitchen with this traditional Yogi Tea tutorial! Yogi Tea is a delightful warming beverage that promotes optimal health. It aids in digestion, strengthens the nervous system and gives you energy. It can support joint health, gut health and even mental health. Yogi tea is also a great preventative measure for colds, flu and allergies.

This aromatic tea brings me back to my youth, my yoga teacher training days. I also feel like I’m honoring all the great yogis and teachers each time I make it. Make a big batch and share it with others. Store it in the fridge and enjoy hot or cold. I hope you enjoy! Let me know how it goes down below!

*You’ll need:*
A large pot
A strainer
Another pot or container for your tea.

*Adriene’s recipe for two quarts:*
15 whole cloves
20 black peppercorns
3 sticks of cinnamon
20 whole cardamon pods (split pods first)
8 ginger slices (no need to peel)
1/2 teaspoon of black tea, or one small bag
2 quarts water

Milk of your choice
Honey to taste

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28 Replies to “Adriene's Yogi Tea Recipe – How to Make Yogi Tea – Yoga With Adriene”

  1. This is always great to make to help calm things down plus aid chesty coughs

  2. Hello Adriene 🙂 (Or anyone who wants to answer). Thank you for your lovely videos. How long will this tea last in tre fridge in a closed bottle?

  3. Hi Ma'am, this is Prateem from India, thank you so much for sharing. I would love to know if 30 MINUTES IN BOIL, ISN'T IT TOO MUCH OF A TIME? Would be glad if someone help me out with this..
    thank you 🙂

  4. ???? ???? Namaste Adriene! Respects & Thankyous for the Recipe○ I was concerned about learning the Ingredients…it decreased my appetite and lowered my stress levels at the same time○ Greetings from nearby…Austin

  5. Has anyone worked out proportions for a single serve of yogi tea? I like my tea best freshly brewed????

  6. I make this tea regularly now, and it really makes my day calmer and brighter — the preparation, the deep breath, the drinking, the aroma… Thanks, Adriene!

  7. How much does this cost to make/should I buy the ingredients in bulk? Would it be cheaper to just buy a pre-made blend? I want to try this out but I’m worried about spending a bunch of money on spices all at once ????

  8. I have made this many many times now. One of my favorite things about it is that it will sucker punch the hell out of your cold, congestion or cough. You'll feel so much cleaner inside!!!

  9. So I have come down with covid and found myself craving this tea. I am about to make some for the first time in ages so fingers crossed it helps. ????

  10. I have been following your videos since 3 years. and a lot of changes on me. I love the way of your presentation. It is so easy and relaxing and the voice is guiding us. Thank you, and you are doing a great job for the world. Keep doing and God bless you.

  11. Amazing! Even my picky 4 year old loves this tea! Thank you, Adriene, for sharing this beautiful recipe!! ????

  12. Здравствуйте я не поняла кто мне обьеснит этот чай от кашли можно детям

  13. This makes a lot of tea. I was wondering if anyone had an idea of how long it would keep in the fridge.

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