Origin of Butterfly Blue Pea Tea

In Ayurvedic texts, bluepea flowers are also known as Shankhpushpi. They have positive effects on the brain, nervous system and memory, including better memory and less stress. Blue pea tea, or butterfly pea tea, is well-known for its health benefits and natural goodness. It is also known for its amazing colour changing properties. You read that correctly. A few drops of lemon can transform this azure tea into a deep purple color. Mixologists love to infuse this tea with alcohol because it changes the pH balance. These “mood rings” have been a hit at cocktail parties and social events.

The Clitoreaternatea plant is used to make butterfly blue pea tea. It is a South East Asian drink that is often enjoyed in Thailand and Taiwan. In these countries, it is usually mixed with honey or lemon. This particular drink is known as “Nam dok Anchan” and is often served in spas. The brew can also be made with other ingredients like mint, cinnamon ginger, ginger, and passion fruit.

Infused with butterfly pea flowers, food can be made into dishes like Nasi Keruba (Malay blue rice dish). Blue dye is also made from the blue-pea flowers’ petals. Butterfly Blue tea is described as having an earthy, woody taste.

To create our Blue Pea Green Tea, we have infused blue pea flowers with orange peels. The taste is fresh and fruity with a smooth finish. Our new range of caffeine-free botanicals includes pure bluepea flowers. You can relax with a cup of tea or make a delicious cocktail.

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