High Vibe Earl Grey Tea

This tea has some damn gooooooood vibes. 
How? It's made with High Vibe Health bone broth! 
I literally made tea with bone both. 
How cool/weird/innovative is that?

I don't know when or where this recipe idea came to me, but I knew I wanted to give it a try.
So I talked to Chrystal Erman, Creator, Professional Nourisher and Owner of High Vibe Health and told her my idea. Immediately she was like "FUCK YAAAAA!" and that hyped me up, so I was like "FUCK YAAAAA!" and then we totally made it happen. Yay!

If you're looking to reap the benefits of bone broth, and want organic, grass fed, local bone broth in the Calgary area, then check out High Vibe Health to find out where you can buy it (they can even deliver right to your home!)

I love earl grey tea AND supporting gut, bone, liver, hair, skin, and immune health, so this bone broth and tea duo is something that I'm looking forward to making again and again. 


2/3 C bison or beef bone broth
1 1/3 C water
2 tbsp loose leaf earl grey tea*
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 1/2 - 2 tbsp honey** 
pinch of mineral salt 

Recipe notes:
* Feel free to use decaffeinated earl grey tea to keep this recipe caffeine free.
I haven't tried making this recipe with tea bags, however I would imagine that 2-3 tea bags would probably work just as good!
** Can substitute with maple syrup instead of honey


In a medium sized sauce pan, heat broth and water just until simmering. Add in loose leaf tea and remove from heat. Let steep for 4 minutes. Strain tea leaves from the tea, and stir in vanilla extract, honey and a pinch of salt. 

Serve hot or pour over ice! 
Enjoy and don't forget that cookies are always a nice addition to every tea party!


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