Cloudy Sky Tea

Hey Everyone! Today’s recipe is inspired by one of my dearest friends, who is known online in our community as Cloud. She has been such an inspiration to me, and has really opened a part of my heart up again that was really insecure about having a close friend again. So, little Cloud, I hope you enjoy this weird little way of mine to say thank you for being awesome! I used Butterfly Pea Tea in order to naturally turn this beautiful drink a dynamic blue. 

Cloudy Sky Tea

I purchased my tea here in Australia via Shokuiku. This awesome company is not a sponsor, but I was very pleased with their prompt service, packaging and fair price points. The quality of the tea was also perfect. If you’re in the U.S, you can order Butterfly Pea Tea in order to make this Cloudy Sky Tea via Amazon.  As much as I meant to, and wanted to, I can’t take full credit for this recipe because another awesome YouTuber, Krist Soup, was the first to make this really cool beverage. 

Cloudy Sky Tea

I used about 2 TBSP of butterfly pea tea to 2 cups of hot water, not boiling, and let it steep for about 5 minutes. Then I allowed it to cool completely before resuming the recipe. You can add less or a little more, depending on how blue you want your beverage. Apparently there are a lot of health benefits associated with butterfly pea tea as well, including anxiety management, maintaining a healthy blood pressure and brain function. I think that stuff is interesting, but I suggest doing extensive research and talking to a licensed practitioner before taking any sort of herbal supplement. 

Cloudy Sky Tea

Originally I made a simple syrup out of equal parts raw sugar and water, but the color is a pale amber, and I didn’t want it to alter the color of this beverage, so I remade some using refined sugar. You could also use stevia, but I didn’t have any on hand. You don’t need the simple syrup in this recipe, and to be honest, I really enjoy my tea unsweetened, but it’s an option! Making a simple syrup is insanely easy; simmer equal parts water and sugar until the sugar is completely dissolved. Then pour in a separate container and allow to cool completely. Adding straight sugar will just sink to the bottom in any beverage. 

I added a touch of coconut, about 2 TBSP to this drink. You can add less if you’d like, but the amount added already tends to overpower the tea. I haven’t tried using traditional cow’s milk, simply because I drink non-dairy milk in general. 

This recipe was really fun to make, and the video was a lot of fun to film too. I hope you enjoy guys! 


Cloudy Sky Tea
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  1. 2 TBSP Butterfly Pea Tea
  2. 2 Cups Hot Water
  3. 1 TBSP Simple Syrup -optional
  4. 1-2 TBSP Coconut Milk
  5. Ice
  1. Steep tea leaves into hot water for 5 minutes.
  2. Allow tea to cool completely.
  3. Add ice to beverage container
  4. Pour in tea + simple syrup
  5. Slowly pour in coconut milk and stir
  1. You can use stevia for a sweetener alternative
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