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Our version of the Blue Butterfly Pea Tea has the lowest moisture content which means it remains produces a more vibrant blue colour, stays fresher & longer shelf life.

It is beautifully blended with Australian-grown lemon myrtle and ginger, making it a refreshing tonic that you can drink hot or iced!

INGREDIENTS : 100% Organic Butterfly Pea Flower, Australian Lemon Myrtle and Ginger 

Pouch 50 serves

2 in stock



Why is Butterfly Pea Flower Tea Blue?

You may have seen these instafamous blue teas and wondered if it was all natural? You’ll be glad to know it is 100% natural! 

The vibrant blue hue from this blue pea flower comes from anthocyanins (blue pigments similar to blueberries and purple cabbage which are high in antioxidants).

If you add 1 drop of lemon or lime juice into this blue tea it will magically transform into a purple tea! 

How Does Blue Pea Tea Change Colour?

This colour change from blue to purple happens when the pH of the tea is lowered (as a result of the acidic lemon). A fun alternative to the litmus test for the kids and a fun drink to enjoy afterwards!

Perfect for cocktails, relaxing warm teas, smoothies, cakes, popsicles and anything you want to naturally colour blue!

Health benefits of the Blue Butterfly Pea Tea 

Although the blue butterfly pea tea is mostly known as a food coloring in western countries, it’s pretty popular in Asia as a “welcome drink” in massage parlours and spas. It’s known as a “beauty tea” as promotes circulation to skin, hair and eyes.

Here are some of its notable benefits: 

  • Helps with hair growth and strengthening 
  • Treats eye infections and other eye-related health concerns 
  • Increases blood circulation in the head 
  • Has anti-inflammatory and anti-depression properties 
  • Helps in promoting collagen production and maintaining skin elasticity 

How to make the Blue Butterfly Pea Tea Properly

Here’s a simple guide on how to create your own magical and delicious Blue Butterfly Pea tea: 

  1. Add 1-2 teaspoons of Crystal Butterfly Pea Tea into a 250ml cup. Make sure that there are around 3-4 dried butterfly pea flowers in there. 
  2. Let it steep in water at 100 degrees Celsius for about 5-8 minutes. 
  3. Strain the tea leaves and sweeten it up with a little honey (optional). To change the color from blue to purple, you can add just a few drops of lemon juice. 

For more details about the butterfly pea tea or other recipe ideas, click here!

What does Blue Butterfly Pea Flowers tea taste like? 

The tea itself has a slight grassy and vegetal taste. This is why we created Crystal Blue Butterfly Pea tea which is a unique blend of organic Australian lemon myrtle and ginger. The lemon tones and citrus flavor make it a great choice for a warm magical tea or a fun iced tea. 

Does butterfly blue pea tea contain caffeine? 

Technically, the butterfly blue pea is a tea but not like green tea or black tea. It’s more of an herbal infusion or tisane, just like chamomile tea or mint tea. This is also why butterfly blue pea tea is caffeine-free!

When should I drink the butterfly pea flowers tea? 

You can drink the butterfly blue pea tea anytime! It doesn’t have any caffeine so you don’t have to worry about getting sleep-deprived. 

Can I drink too much butterfly pea flowers tea?

Butterfly pea flowers tea is fairly safe to drink daily since it is a good addition to a healthy lifestyle. However, drinking it excessively may lead to nausea or diarrhoea so remember to consume it moderately. 

Is the butterfly pea flowers tea safe to drink during pregnancy? 

Herbal tea is generally considered a healthy drink but is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women. 



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