Butterfly pea tea, commonly referred to as blue tea, is a herbal beverage produced from the petals of the Clitoria tea plant that contains no caffeine.
The plant, which is indigenous to Southeast Asia, has long been valued for its therapeutic properties in traditional medicine.
Anthocyanins, water-soluble pigments that give butterfly pea tea its vivid color, are what give the tea its blue hue. Other fruits and vegetables, like blueberries, raspberries, and red cabbage, also contain anthocyanins.
Butterfly pea tea has a slightly sweet and tart flavor. It can be enjoyed hot or cold and is often used to make cocktails and mocktails.
HEALTH BENEFITS OF BUTTER BLUE PEA TEA:
People of all ages can enjoy the tasty and nutritious butterfly blue pea tea. It is a terrific way to unwind in the evening, start the day, or cool down on a hot day.
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