You'll have to admit, enjoying a hot cup tea on a breezy day is one of the simplest pleasures in life. You may think that making a cup of tea is probably the easiest task in the kitchen but it can definitely be tricky. Everyone has their own preferences and to get that cup of tea right each time requires some skill. The ingredients need to be in proportion, the ratio of milk to water should be right and it needs to be brewed just enough to make boost the flavours. Once you've mastered the perfect recipe and technique, it's time to experiment. Whether you're planning a tea-party or if you feel that life has become a bit monotonous, here are 10 ways to turn your regular cup of tea ton an impressive drink. 1. Fruit Infused TeaRecipe by Chef Kunal Kapoor
A lovely concoction of brewed tea, citrusy orange chunks, sweet berries, ginger and mint leaves.
This recipe is a fruity concoction by Chef Kunal Kapoor2. Honey-Lemon-Ginger TeaRecipe by Chef DevanshiFor the latest food news, health tips and recipes, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.
This one is the perfect cure for a day when you are feeling a bit under the weather. Just sip on it gently and feel the difference.
Honey, lemon and ginger have great healing properties3. Mango and Peach White Iced TeaUser Recipe by Aashna Ahuja
A refreshing twist to the usual fare, this iced tea is bursting with sweet seasonal flavours pf mango and peach fruit.
Give iced tea a sweet twist with mangoes and peach4. Chamomile, Apple and Mint Iced TeaRecipe by Chef Kunal Kapoor
A lovely blend of soothing chamomile tea along with apples and fresh mint leaves. This can be the perfect stress buster.
Floral and fruity, this recipe is perfect for a tea-party5. Masalewali ChaiRecipe by Chef Niru Gupta
You regular cup of tea spruced up with a heavy dose of aromatic spices. It can be your ideal companion on a rainy day along with your favourite book.
(Also read: History of Masala Chai - India's Favourite Drink
The good old favourite during the rainy season. Learn how to make your own masala at home.6. Cherry and Ginger Iced TeaRecipe by Mixologist Eder Neto, Yautcha, Mumbai
When sweet cherries are combined with zingy ginger, it gives you a delicious drink with a kick. This one is a crowd pleaser, try it for your next high-tea.
Sweet cherries with a kick of ginger.7. Chamomile TeaRecipe by Chef Andy
Chamomile tea is herbal, caffeine-free and is known to induce good sleep. It is made by steeping delicate and aromatic chamomile flower petals in hot water.
Chamomile tea is known to induce good sleep. 8. KahwaRecipe by Chef Kishore D Reddy
This comforting tea hails from Kashmir and is made with regional green tea leaves and is infused with a range of spices, saffron and nuts.
(Also read: The Best Ways to Have Different Types of Teas
Kahwa is a rich and traditional preparation from Kashmir.
Make tea-time special with one of our unique creations. You'll definitely thank us later.