Herbal tinctures, teas, and elixirs have been around for centuries as part of the traditional Chinese, Indian, and Ayurveda medicine. One of the most prominent example in recent years is the hemp plant and its numerous benefits for your physical and mental health.
We at Sträva are the first coffee roasters that paired full-spectrum hemp oil with the world’s most consumed beverage – coffee, to create a powerful wellness combination. This way, you can enjoy the health benefits of CBD and indulge in a cup of rich, smooth, deep, specialty coffee.
So, can you infuse your coffee with herbs and still taste the caffeine? We say yes!
Read on to discover a new sense of adventure in your morning cup, boost your energy, and enjoy every sip with all senses!
REFRESHING MINT ICED COFFEE
If you like the taste of mojito, but also need a dose of caffeine, this refreshing mint iced coffee recipe is for you.
It’s great for an after-work pick-me-up, and if you make it with our Sträva Peace & Wellness CBD-infused beans, you’re guaranteed a healthy energy boost.
In a cocktail shaker, add the sugar and mint leaves and shake until the leaves release their natural oils. Add the coffee, milk, and ice, and shake vigorously. Strain the coffee into ice-filled glasses and garnish with fresh mint leaves.
Sträva tip: Fresh mint leaves may make the coffee slightly bitter, so be careful with the amount you add. Alternatively, make a simple mint-infused syrup with water and sweetener to add mint flavor your coffee.
CALMING LAVENDER VANILLA ICED COFFEE
Lavender is known for its powerful relaxing properties, so it seems counterintuitive to use it in coffee. However, paired with the right coffee, it can help reduce jitters, and have a calming effect on you.
In a small pot, bring the coconut milk to a simmer and add the sweetener, lavender, and vanilla. Stir until well incorporated. Remove from heat, cover, and let sit for 15 minutes before straining.
Fill two glasses with ice, pour the chilled coffee, and add the lavender creamer. Stir to combine. Garnish with fresh lavender sprigs.
Sträva tip: Grind a pinch of dried lavender buds with your coffee beans to add a calming flavor to your morning cup.
ROSEMARY-INFUSED ICED LATTE
Rosemary is typically a culinary herb that can transform any dish, but it works surprisingly well with coffee due to its mildly aromatic essential oils.
Blend the rosemary leaves together with the coffee beans and make espresso. For a milder flavor, add fewer rosemary leaves. Next, fill two glasses halfway with ice and add the milk and sweetener. Pour the espresso slowly to create a separate layer. Garnish with half a rosemary twig. Serve immediately.
Sträva tip: If you don’t have fresh rosemary, you can use dried rosemary seasoning or make a simple rosemary-infused syrup with sugar and water.
STAY CAFFEINATED AND CHILLED THIS SUMMER WITH THESE HERB-INFUSED ICED COFFEE RECIPES!
Herb-infused coffee chilled to perfection? Yes, please!
Check out our other iced coffee and cold brew recipes over on our blog and let us know which ones are your favorite!
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Instead of adding adaptogens and collagen to fruit juices and smoothies, enjoy them in a cold cup of Sträva coffee and give your morning a complete makeover.
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If you’re craving something fresh, zesty, and energizing in the morning, but lemonade doesn’t do it for you, here’s a bold idea: add citrus juice in your coffee.
You could enjoy them separately, but this combo is unlike anything you’ve tasted before. The sour lemon/lime flavor complements the bitterness of the coffee, adding a fun twist to a regular morning.
Read on to find 5 citrus-infused iced coffee recipes perfect for busy mornings and hot summer days.