How to Make Soursop Tea


Soursop tea is a great drink for people who just want to try something new. Make soursop tea with help from a coffee shop owner in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi my name is Joey Papa. I'm a coffee consultant and today we're going to talk about how to make soursop tea. Now soursop is a leaf that you can find in a tea form if you really look for it in your health food store. Now if you're having difficult locating it, you can buy dried soursop leaves off the Internet, crush them up yourself to make a tea but if you find a teabag it's the easiest way to make it. Now this tea has a lot of health benefit, claims associated with it but be sure to talk with your doctor or your health care provider before using it to treat any ailment. First let's go ahead and get started. We're going to take our teakettle and we're going to fill it up with some cold water either from your faucet or using tap water. You're then going to take your teakettle and place it on your stove on a high heat, give it some time, allowing the water to heat up and to come to a complete boil. Once it comes to a boil you can remove it from the heat and get ready to make your tea. Remember, having the water to the boiling point is essential in order for the heat from the water to extract the herb's benefits into the liquid. So once we have that we're going to take our teabag and we're going to open it up, place it in our cup here and then we're going to add the boiling water to the teabag, pouring right over the teabag making sure it submerses underneath the water. We're going to want to leave some room at the top because remember this is boiling water so we're not going to want to burn ourselves while we're pouring it in there. You can give the teabag a few bobs just to help blend the water in with the teabag and then we're going to let it sit there for about two to four minutes which is also called steeping. Allow the teabag to steep or to sit in the hot water for around four minutes. Once it's sat in there for about four minutes, you can then take your teabag, squeeze it out to get rid of any of the excess liquid in the tea and then discard of that teabag. Once you've discarded that, you can sweeten it to your taste or you can add some cream to help that tea go down. Again, my name is Joey Papa. I'm a coffee consultant and today we talked about how to make soursop tea.


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