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We have been making herbal teas by brewing plant extracts in water for countless years. Usually to take advantage of their many health and wellness advantages, but occasionally just because they taste wonderful. Our recipes for CBD infused tea aren't any different, so there. You may benefit from the best of both worlds by combining CBD and organic plant extracts.

1. CBD Afternoon Tea, 

Nothing beats relaxing with your feet up, enjoying a cup of tea, and taking some time to yourself. Even when work is a little stressful, it's the ideal chance to take a brief vacation. But why not spice things up a bit? Enjoy some CBD afternoon tea as a treat.

You'll need…

  • One hot cup of water
  • Lemon peel, 2″ in diameter
  • 1-stick of cinnamon
  • 1 tbsp. raw honey
  • CBD-infused one English Breakfast teabag from Candid
  • Oat milk splash, to taste


This recipe for CBD infused tea is one of our favorites because it's so simple to prepare. Choosing a pre-infused teabag is a game-changer in my opinion. Simply said, it means you won't have to fuss with dosage measurements or worry about the CBD oil settling on top of your beverage.

Pour boiling water over the tea bag gradually, then wait three to five minutes before straining. The flavor gets stronger the longer you leave it.

After that, add a splash of milk to suit your preferences.

2. CBD Matcha Green Tea Latte

Contrary to what the name might imply, this drink isn't a latte. Actually, it's a type of CBD infused tea based on a Japanese green concoction. This fragrant and energizing beverage is excellent served hot or cold, and the natural flavor of CBD pairs superbly with its leafy flavor.

You'll need…

  • 1 cup of your preferred plant-based milk; we recommend barista-style Acorn milk
  • Matcha green tea powder, 1 teaspoon
  • 3 teaspoons warm water
  • 2 teaspoons of raw honey or other preferred sweetness
  • CBD oil


First, combine the matcha powder, boiling water, and raw honey in your mug or small bowl.

The ingredients can then be blended with a little whisk to create a homogeneous paste. If your paste has lumps, keep whisking because there shouldn't be any. If you're having trouble, add one more tablespoon of water.

It's time to add the milk once you have a smooth, deep green matcha paste. You can use the milk steamer on your espresso maker to slowly warm the milk.

The matcha paste and milk can then be combined. Very slowly pour the milk into the dish or mug while whisking continuously. Here, it's important to move cautiously and check for lumps.

3. Coconut & Lime Iced Tea Speaking of iced tea,

 we have a few recipes for  CBD infused tea that are great to enjoy in the summer. First, we'll look at how to make Coconut & Lime Iced CBD tea, one of our favorites.

Since they are so adaptable and can be used to make so many various drinks, we used the same Candid English Breakfast Tea teabags for this recipe as we did earlier.

You'll need…

  • 2 bags of English breakfast tea infused with CBD
  • Heated 12 lime, thinly sliced raw honey, and 3 glasses of coconut water.


You will need a large mason jar or a pitcher for this recipe in order to combine everything. Once you've located one, add the lime slices and black teabag.

The coconut water should then be slowly heated in a small saucepan. It only has to be hot enough to release the CBD and tea goodness from the teabag; it is not necessary to bring it to a boil.

Pour the coconut water slowly over the tea bags and lime when it's ready. You should use a spoon to ensure that the teabag is completely saturated and submerged, just like you would when brewing a standard cup of tea.

4. Iced Tea with blackberries and mint

We have another of our go-to iced CBD tea recipes for you if the prior one seemed good to you: Blackberry and Mint Iced Tea. This tea has a hint of mint that is both reviving and full of autumnal flavors. As the summer comes to an end, it's ideal for drinking outside.

You'll need…

  • Two bags of shady peppermint tea
  • Fresh blackberries, half a cup
  • Six new mint leaves
  • Three hot cups of water
  • Raw honey technique
  • This dish is quite easy because we'll use a similar technique to the one we previously shared.
  • A big pitcher or mason jar should once more be used to combine the fresh blackberries, honey, mint leaves, and tea bags.
  • Pour hot water over the ingredients in the pitcher gradually when they are all nicely combined. Ensure that the teabags are well immersed and moistened.

5. Orange with Ginger A Fall Tea

It could be a little chilly to drink iced CBD tea recipes as we enter the colder months. However, we have something in store for you that will definitely get you toasty. For their conceivable health advantages, ginger and orange tea with CBDhave been consumed for a long time. These advantages are significantly increased when CBD is included, thus it delivers a powerful punch.

You'll need…

  • 1 small orange bottle of Candid CBD tincture.
  • 1/2 a cup of raw honey
  • 12-ounce peeled fresh ginger
  • Boiling water, 1 1/4


Slice your orange into thick pieces while the kettle is brought to a boil. One or two slices should yield enough juice to fill your teapot.

The honey and boiling water should then be added. Add a couple of drops of your preferred CBD tincture while stirring the tea. To suit your needs, you can add as little or as much as you choose.

6. Turmeric/Golden Milk with CBD

Although golden milk and turmeric tea with CBD have long been popular, they have recently grown even more so as a result of online trends. The magnificent color that makes us think of the rising sun and the plethora of potential health advantages make this one of our favorite CBD tea recipes.

Turmeric is thought to have potent anti-inflammatory qualities, just like CBD. Many people also use it to preserve radiant, healthy skin and to strengthen their immune systems.

You'll need…

  • CBD oil
  • Maple syrup or raw honey, if desired
  • 1-tablespoon coconut oil
  • 2 12 cups of plant milk and 12 teaspoon ground ginger
  • 12 tsp. ground turmeric
  • Black pepper, cracked, in a pinch

7. Chai latte with CBD

This tea is not a latte, similar to the CBD Matcha Latte that we previously consumed. It is a very creamy variation of the common chai tea consumed in India.

Even though making this tea is really simple, it is flavorful and spicy. A mouthwatering smell is also produced by it. This is one of our go-to recipes for tea with CBD since it warms both the body and the soul on chilly days.

You'll need…

  • Peppercorns, two
  • 1 clove
  • Star anise, one
  • 2 pods of cardamom
  • Half a cinnamon stick
  • A small piece of thinly sliced peeled ginger
  • 2 teabags of Candid English Breakfast
  • 12 cups of boiling water
  • Coconut milk, half a cup
  • To taste, brown sugar
  • Pinch of cinnamon powder, for adornment


First, briefly roast the spices until aromatic in a nonstick frying pan. After that, put them in your teapot.

The tea bags can then be coated with hot water before being added to the teapot. Give them about ten minutes to steep.

The milk can be poured in while the tea with CBD is brewing. A metal jug with brown sugar and coconut milk added should be heated using a steamer. To ensure that you're adding air to the milk and giving it a rich, creamy texture, hold the steamer arm at an angle.




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