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Currant Tea with Mint and Rosemary Recipe
A very delicious tea,found one of the sites, the same evening I brewed up and embodied, so to speak in life). The tea was very fragrant, warming, with subtle notes of mint and rosemary. Come on in for the seagulls!
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. In principle, there is and describe it is nothing special) - all very simple - in the photo all the components of our tea. I have a ready-made homemade currant puree without sugar, you can just take 2-3 tablespoons of berries and mash them well.
    In principle, there is and describe it is nothing special) - all very simple - in the photo all the components of our tea. I have a ready-made homemade currant puree without sugar, you can just take 2-3 tablespoons of berries and mash them well.
  2. Take the teapot, pour back black tea (you can green, but it seems to me that it is more appropriate black), add pure currant leaves, mint, rosemary needles 5 (for the first time no longer advise), and a few currant berries
    Take the teapot, pour back black tea (you can green, but it seems to me that it is more appropriate black), add pure currant leaves, mint, rosemary needles 5 (for the first time no longer advise), and a few currant berries
  3. And add the berry puree or mashed berries, pour all the boiling water and let it brew for 15 minutes.
    And add the berry puree or mashed berries, pour all the boiling water and let it brew for 15 minutes.
  4. Our tea is ready! Pour into a Cup, add honey to taste.
    Our tea is ready! Pour into a Cup, add honey to taste.

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