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Cinnamon Ginger Kratom Tea

Ginger cinnamon kratom tea is a wonderfully spiced treat. There’s nothing quite like a warm cup of tea to provide comfort and relaxation, especially when it’s infused with the delightful flavors of cinnamon, ginger, and the natural goodness of kratom leaves.

If you’re a tea enthusiast looking to explore new and intriguing flavors, you’re in for a treat! We’ll guide you through the art of crafting a delicious ginger cinnamon kratom tea that not only tantalizes your taste buds, but also brings a sense of tranquility to your day.

Crushed-leaf kratom tea comes from the Mitragyna speciosa tree, which is native to Southeast Asia. It’s a beloved plant that people have used for centuries for its potential to provide a gentle energizing boost and promote a sense of well-being.

When combined with the warm and aromatic spices of cinnamon and ginger, this tea becomes a comforting infusion that you can enjoy any time you need a moment of relaxation or focus.

Whether you’re a seasoned kratom tea brewer or simply curious about exploring the world of herbal teas, this ginger cinnamon kratom tea recipe is a delightful way to experience the benefits of kratom while savoring the rich flavors of these classic spices.

Why Make Ginger Cinnamon Kratom Tea?

We first made this recipe on a cold, cloudy day in Colorado. We thought a warm fall drink would be the perfect pick-me-up, and we were right!

The Top Tree staff is somewhat divided in their tea preferences. Some love earthy, bitter flavors, and some just… don’t. Plain kratom tea is on the bitter side, so it helps to add bold and comforting flavors if you don’t like bitter tea.

We love making recipes that mask kratom’s naturally bitter flavor using flavor-packed herbs and spices. This cinnamon ginger kratom tea recipe definitely does the trick.

Plus, you get the added health benefits of cinnamon and ginger

These additions really reduce the need to add in loads of sweetener as well.

Kratom Brewing Basics

If you’ve never brewed plain kratom tea before, you might want to take a quick peek at our ultimate guide for how to make kratom tea before jumping into this specialty recipe. The brewing process and effects of kratom tea differ from those of black tea or more-common herbal teas. Once you know the basics, brewing kratom tea is simple.

Let’s dive into the ingredients and steps needed to create this aromatic and soothing beverage. Your taste buds and senses are in for a treat!

Cinnamon Ginger Kratom Tea

A delicious and relaxing tea that resembles Chai

Ingredients 

  • 1.5 cups water
  • 1 Unwind kratom tea bag (or whichever type of raw leaf kratom tea you prefer)
  • Juice of half a small lemon, about 1 tbsp
  • 1/2 of a cinnamon stick, about 1.5 inches
  • 1-2 tsp sweetener of choice, more or less to taste

Instructions

  1. Add your tea bags to about water and simmer (not boil) for 15 to 20 minutes
  2. Add cinnamon stick
  3. Let the drink simmer for at least another 10 to 15 minutes or until the original volume has reduced by about 50%
  4. Add sweetener to taste

Top Tree Tips: 

*Add an acid (like lemon juice) increases the amount of alkaloids absorbed, i.e. the kratom tea benefits.

It didn’t taste exactly like chai to me, but it did have a nice “spiced” flavor. And—to be fair—the only chai I’ve ever had was a Chai Tea Latte from Starbucks, so I might not even know what true chai tastes like. 

It reminded me a little of mulled wine, so I’m going to add a few cloves and star anise next time and see how that tastes. It also made my kitchen smell like a Christmas candle, which I loved!

If you like this recipe, there are plenty more where that came from! And don’t forget to sign up for our newsletter and check out our Instagram for the latest and greatest kratom tea recipes.

As always, if you try out any of our recipes, let us know what you think, and share any of your own!

To better brewing.

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Sam Weber
Sam Weber is the co-founder of Top Tree Herbs. After serving in the Air Force and graduating from Columbia University in 2019, he worked in cannabis quality control. Sam founded Top Tree to make serious improvements to quality standards in the kratom industry, and to make kratom available to everyone - especially veterans. Sam organized the largest kratom tea survey, and continues to add to the scientific understanding of his beloved kratom tea leaf.

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