Evening Blue Tea Blend Recipe

I did some rummaging thru my old journals and I found this little gem in one of my art notebooks. You see, I have this habit of jumping from one thing into another, and last year, I promised myself that I’ll practice using watercolor as an art medium. This recipe was one of my attempts to combine the three things I loved back then: experimenting with tea and coffee blends, watercolor art, and journaling.

I hope you also give this recipe a try and I hope you enjoy!

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My original recipe

Evening Blue Tea Blend

  • Servings: 1-2 Cups
  • Difficulty: Easy
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A simple mix of evening herbs to not only help you relax for the night, but also help you in your evening meditations


  • 🜁 1 Part Dried or Fresh Mint Leaves
  • 🜁 2 Parts Dried Lavender
  • 🜄 2 Parts Dried Chamomile
  • 🜄 2 Parts Dried Jasmine Blooms
  • 🜄 1-2 Butterfly Pea Blooms per Cup
  • 🜄 Honey to serve (optional)


  1. Lightly crush and mix the ingredients using a mortar and pestle.
  2. Place the ingredients in a tightly closed jar. Place the jar somewhere the moon can shine and let it charge. Best done under a waxing or full moon.
  3. Prepare and steep the blend as you would on a regular tea.
  4. Add Honey if you want a bit of sweetness!

Tip: You can scale this blend based on the number of servings you want to make and make a large batch!

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