Blog

Home - Nutrition - GOLDEN ICED TEA TONIC RECIPE

GOLDEN ICED TEA TONIC RECIPE

This recipe originally called for fresh ginger and turmeric but if you don’t have any, you also can use powdered. It’s usually made with lime but if you don’t have any, no worries! Skip the fruit, use another citrus, or even experiment with some frozen berries.

Tip: double or triple this so you can have some ready to grab a couple days in a row.

Golden Iced Tonic

(serves 2)

  • 1 cup (250 ml) water
  • 1 bag of green tea
  • 2 sprigs fresh thyme, or ¼ tsp dried thyme
  • 1 tbsp grated fresh ginger OR ¾ tsp dried ginger
  • 1 tbsp grated fresh turmeric, or 1 tsp dried turmeric
  • ½ tbsp honey honey, preferably manuka
  • ½ tbsp organic apple cider vinegar
  • Ice cubes
  • 1 cup (250 ml) sparkling water
  • (OPTIONAL: Lime/lemon/orange wedges or frozen berries)

Pour the water in a small saucepan and place on medium heat. Warm to almost a boil, and stir in the tea, spices, honey and vinegar. Turn the heat to low and let the mixture steep for 10-15 minutes.

Strain through cheesecloth or a mesh strainer into a glass container. Another option is to pour the liquid into a French press and press the tea and spices to the bottom. Refrigerate liquid for at least an hour.

To serve, add the sparkling water and ice cubes, with optional citrus wedges or berries.

Delicious!

Play around with the ingredients to make it the way you like it. Hope you enjoy it!

Make it an amazing day,

Lyonel Lumarque

www.GetLyonStrong.com


LET’S SET UP A DISCOVERY SESSION TO HELP BREAK DOWN YOUR GOALS AND FIND OUT HOW OUR REMOTE 21 DAY TRANSFORMATION PROGRAM WITH GUARANTEED RESULTS CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE. CLICK HERE AND TAKE THE FIRST STEP TO SUCCESS TODAY! 

LYONEL LUMARQUE

More from our blog:

Do this when you get home from shopping!

1. Freeze your greens: If you’re a smoothie drinker -– or your greens tend to go bad before you can use them up — freeze them! Here’s how: 2. Store herbs in olive oil: 3. Batch cook grains: As soon as you get home, cook up a pot of quinoa, farro, or

Read More »

7 “Bonuses” of Junk Foods

To be clear, when we’re talking about ultra-processed foods, we’re referring to manufactured foods or “food products.” They come in a package and usually are ready to eat, although sometimes you have to heat them up (like ramen soup, frozen dinners, or those “helper” boxed meals that you mix with

Read More »
Scroll to Top

Fill out the form below and one of our coaches will be in touch about membership options.