Australian Cordyceps Militaris Tea


  • 1 teaspoon of dried Cordyceps Militaris (Forager Superfoods' 100% Australian grown)
  • 1 cup of hot water (not boiling, around 80-85°C)
  • For the sweet tooth's a teaspoon of organic honey


  1. Prepare the Cordyceps:

    • Measure out 1 teaspoon of dried Cordyceps Militaris.
    • If using whole dried Cordyceps, break or cut them into smaller pieces for better steeping.
  2. Boil Water:

    • Heat water to around 80-85°C. Avoid using boiling water to preserve the delicate compounds in Cordyceps.
  3. Infusion:

    • Place the Cordyceps in a teapot or infuser.
    • Pour the hot water over the Cordyceps.
    • Let it steep for about 5-7 minutes. Adjust the steeping time according to your taste preferences.
  4. Strain:

    • If you used whole pieces of Cordyceps, strain the tea to remove them, or you can leave them in if you prefer a stronger infusion.
  5. Optional: Add Honey:

    • Stir in a teaspoon of organic honey to enhance the flavor and sweetness. Adjust the amount according to your taste.
  6. Enjoy:

    • Sip and savor your Cordyceps Militaris tea. Take a moment to enjoy the earthy and slightly sweet notes.

Forager Files:

  • Feel free to experiment with the honey quantity to find your preferred level of sweetness.
  • You can also add a slice of lemon or a sprig of mint for additional flavor variations.
  • Ensure that the Cordyceps you use is sourced from a reliable and reputable supplier, like Forager Superfoods, to guarantee quality and authenticity.

This Cordyceps Militaris tea provides a delightful way to incorporate the benefits of this unique fungus into your daily routine.

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