Orange peel tea helps to improve your immune system and helps fight off colds and other viruses. It’s a great source of antioxidants that are known to help protect the body against cell damage and keep your skin glowing. The antioxidant catechins found in orange peels have been shown to help improve heart health, prevent cancer, lower cholesterol, protect against infections, and boost your immune system. 

Orange peel tea

I start taking it about two years before right after dinner and now witness amazing health benefits of this amazing tea. If you’re looking to make tea from orange peels, try these four different flavors. This an easy, simple recipe to make in 10 minutes on slow heat.

Orange Peel Tea Recipe

My mother collected leftover orange peels and dried them to make tea. Sure it’s funny, but it’s not if you know the health benefits. It’s a delicious citrus peel tea idea that can be prepared at home by making different varieties of citrus peel tea. This is the simplest and most traditional recipe for dried orange peel tea. Black tea is added for the body, caffeine, and flavor. I’m making this orange peel tea with my favorite black tea, coffee, and fresh orange juice. SEE MORE RECEPES:

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This Orange Peel Tea Recipe is a comforting tea that soothes and refreshes your body. It is made with dried orange peels. This tea is good for the morning when your body needs a pick-me-up. This super easy orange peel tea recipe is so good for you! If you’re looking for something to make that’s simple, healthy, and delicious, then you definitely want to try this Orange Tea.

Store-bought orange tea is very expensive, so store your peels to make homemade orange tea, and save your dollars. Isn’t it a great idea to make tasty and fragrant tea at home? It’s a simple and affordable process that takes just 5 minutes of your time. As you make this tea, your whole house will be fragrant with the steamy aroma of oranges, which are so refreshing and create positive and happy vibes.

This Orange Peel Tea is an amazing drink for a cold day. Also, the perfect drink when it’s hot outside! As it builds the immune system, this is recommended for children and older people.


  • Orange Peels 
  • Water 
  • Cinnamon Powder
  • Fresh Lemon Extract – 1 teaspoon
  • Sugar/honey
  • For Flavor: Black Tea 
  • Coffee
  • Orange Juice


It’s very easy to make orange peel tea using dried and fresh peels or skin. You can give more flavor to your traditional or classical orange tea by adding different flavors.

You can serve it hot or cold, as per your liking and desires. I prefer to drink it chilled. It’s always better this way! You can make this orange tea with just a peeled, washed orange. You’ll store the peeled, washed orange in an airtight container for later use. For this delicious homemade orange peel tea, all you need is a couple of oranges, a whole cinnamon stick, and 1 quart of boiling water. 

Orange peel tea

Boil the fruit peels in water for 5 to 10 minutes to concentrate the flavor of the peels. I added one teaspoon of cinnamon powder to make it taste and smell better. Then I squeezed fresh lemon, strained it, and let it sit.

What Type of Oranges Are Best For Tea?

Here I’ve made it with valentia-style oranges, but you can use other oranges in their place. I prefer Pakistani and Indian Oranges (Kinnow) because they are softer than their other counterparts, and they are very flavorful. In the US or Brazil, as they are world-leading producers of oranges, you can take navel oranges to make this orange tea.


The 4 Flavors of Orange Peel Tea are:

1) Classical Orange Peel Tea

Simply add an ounce of orange peel to boiling water. Add a teaspoon of cinnamon to the saucepan. Boil for 10 minutes on medium heat. Once the solution is at boiling point, turn off the stove. You can remove your saucepan from the stove and wait for it to cool down.

2) With Black Tea

You should boil a pot of water with orange peels and add some black tea. This orange peel tea keeps you Warm in the Winter! Best for winter to stay warm.

3) With Coffee

Place the oranges in a pot of boiling water and boil for 10 minutes. Add black coffee, and a little cream, and heat it up a bit in the microwave.

4) With Orange Juice

Making an orange peel tea with orange juice is simple and easy. You’ll enjoy the refreshing taste more. I personally served it cold. Add orange juice with a little bit of sugar or honey. Mix well! If you want to serve chilled, add ice to make it more attractive. Tea made with orange peel in it adds a great taste to it. It makes the tea look more presentable.


Orange is a very good fruit, especially when eaten regularly, it has a lot of vitamins and minerals, so it is a good fruit for our skin. You should drink orange peel tea if you are suffering from constipation and are trying to lose weight.

This tea makes your skin look more glowing, and it helps keep it that way. These are the highlights of the orange peel benefits:

  • Anti Cancer
  • Weight loss
  • Builds immunity
  • Best for Detox and as a fat cutter
  • Regulate blood sugar
  • For skin glow up
  • The best source of Vitamin C

Side Effects of Orange Peel Tea

Moderation is always recommended. If you have it so often in a day or in excess, then the excessive fiber intake can affect digestion or might create abdominal cramps.


Peel and cut the oranges into segments and wash them properly. Put them in a tray or strainer and keep them under the sun. Cover it with a sheet of plastic film to prevent sunlight from damaging it. In order to get dry in one to two days, you could leave it at room temperature. Dried peels of orange are hard in texture.


After the oranges are peeled and stored at room temperature, they can last a few days or weeks depending on the variety. I recommend trying to use the dried orange peel as soon as possible. You can store the dried orange peel in an airtight container for up to a week. You can store cooked orange tea in the refrigerator for up to three to four days. To use it, reboil it, and serve it with your favorite flavor.

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