What is eternal bliss? Rains, a hot cup of tea, and some peace! There’s nothing more a tea lover can ask for! To make this more interesting, we bring you a cup of flavours i.e., a few different types of tea which will rejuvenate your Monsoon days and help you make the most of the season!

Check out a few recipes here:

1. Fennel tea:

Ever heard of Fennel tea? Well, now you have. Made from the flavourful fennel seeds, Fennel tea has a beautiful aroma and soothing flavour. In terms of health, this tea acts as a digestive cleanser and is effective to relieve constipation. If consumed regularly, it can reduce flatulence as well.


  • - 1 tsp fennel seeds
  • - 1 cup hot water
  • - Mortar and pestle


  • - Grind fennel seeds in a mortar and pestle, coarsely.
  • - Add the powder in hot water and mix well.
  • - Cover it with a lid and keep it aside for about 10 minutes.
  • - Later, strain the water and drink immediately.

Enjoy 1 cup of Fennel tea every morning.

2. Jaggery tea:

Made from jaggery and some powdered spices, Jaggery tea is an ideal drink to have, especially during these monsoons. Sipping it on a regular basis can relieve you of cold and energise you for your routine! In terms of taste, it is not-so-sweet and hence, can be gulped down by the ones who don’t prefer too much sweet. Also, remember, jaggery is better than sugar for health.


  • - ¼ cup of jaggery
  • - ½ tsp cumin powder
  • - ½ tsp black pepper powder
  • - 1 tsp coriander powder
  • - 1 tsp dry ginger powder
  • - 2 cups of water


  • - Mix the cumin powder, black pepper powder, coriander powder, and dry ginger powder well.
  • - Keep it aside.
  • - Meanwhile, heat water in a pan and let it boil on a medium flame for about 2 minutes,
  • - Once the water boils, add jaggery. Mix well.
  • - Stir occasionally and let it boil till the jaggery melts.
  • - Once the jaggery melts, add the spice powder and mix well.
  • - Let it boil for about 2-3 minutes. Stir occasionally.
  • - Later, strain the tea in a cup and serve hot.

In this monsoon season, you can enjoy 2-3 cups of this tea on a regular basis.

3. Ginger-Cinnamon tea::

Monsoon season often calls for a dash of ginger in the regular cuppa of tea. Adding it can bring some warmth in the body while relieving your stress and hyperacidity. Furthermore, it also improves stomach-related issues. To make your regular cuppa more interesting, try this Ginger-Cinnamon tea. Don’t worry, it tastes as good as any other tea.


  • - 2 tbsp grated ginger
  • - 1 small stick of cinnamon
  • - 1 tsp honey
  • - 2 cups of water


  • - Take a pan and boil 2 cups of water in it.
  • - Add ginger and cinnamon to it. Mix well.
  • - Let it boil on a medium flame for about 8 minutes.
  • - Strain the mixture.
  • - Add honey and mix well.
  • - Serve hot.

A refreshing cup of masala tea can also oomph up for monsoon days! So, if you’re fond of hot tea made from milk, add a teaspoon of good-quality tea masala and enjoy!

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