The blue ivy flower (Blue Butterfly Pea Tea) which grows in the mountainous regions of northern Thailand is obtained by drying the flowers of this plant in the sun.
It is widely consumed. In Southeast Asian cuisine it is a herbal tea and a natural food dye.
Blue ivy flower has also been used in India as part of alternative medicine to purify the body from toxins and stress.
Blue tea (blue ivy flower) gives dark blue color when brewed without any additives.
You can add a lemon slice or lemon juice and honey.
Lemon or any acid that changes the color of blue tea to pink/purple.
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Blue tea (blue ivy flower)
It is recommended to add 1-2 teaspoons to 250ml of water at 79°C - 85°C and soak for 4-5 minutes.
If you get a very dark blue color after brewing you can adjust the color by adding hot water to it.
The same tea can be brewed twice.