Honey Lemon Tea Concentrate

This is one of the variations on honey lemon tea that we often keep in the fridge during the winter for quick and easy access. It's great for soothing sore throats and calming coughs, and keeps for several weeks in the fridge.

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Servings: 12

Prep Time: 00:10

Cook Time: 00:00

Main Ingredients

2 or 3 lemons, washed thoroughly

1 1/2 cups unpasteurized honey

2 tbsp fresh ginger, peeled and thinly sliced


1Thoroughly clean a 500 mL glass jar and lid.

2Thinly slice lemons into half-circles, peel and all. Press lemons and ginger into jar, and top with honey, stirring and smushing to ensure that lemons are covered.

3Store tightly covered in the fridge for up to a month; discard if any signs of spoilage appear.

4To serve, add at least 1 tbsp of the mixture to a mug, top with hot water, and stir. At this point, you could also add ground cinnamon, chili flakes, or black pepper for extra warmth.

Additional Notes

Robin Edmundson suggested pulsing the lemons and ginger in the food processor before mixing with honey for better distribution - it allows the mixture to be more uniform. Enjoy!

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