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Tea "Winter Dreams" Recipe
I invite you to discover a new taste of truly winter tea with magical, mysterious and captivating in the world of Christmas fantasy notes of pine needles... Summer mint and thyme combined with rosemary unfold in a completely unusual taste! The idea was born spontaneously. In anticipation of the new year holidays, probably... I invite you with pleasure! Enjoy your tea!
Cook Time 5 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
  • 1 teaspoon Rosemary I have fresh, 15-20 leaves
  • 1 teaspoon Mint I have dried
  • 1 teaspoon Thyme I have dried
  • 1 teaspoon Black tea
  • 500 milliliters Water boiling water
  • Honey for serving, to taste
Cook Time 5 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
  • 1 teaspoon Rosemary I have fresh, 15-20 leaves
  • 1 teaspoon Mint I have dried
  • 1 teaspoon Thyme I have dried
  • 1 teaspoon Black tea
  • 500 milliliters Water boiling water
  • Honey for serving, to taste
Instructions
  1. Everything is simple. Prepare herbs and tea and put on the fire kettle.
    Everything is simple. Prepare herbs and tea and put on the fire kettle.
  2. Load the dry ingredients into the kettle. Then you can decide what to do: who like stronger tea - black tea can put a little more. If you overdo it with rosemary, you will feel only its taste and aroma. I have chosen the optimal ratio (experimented). First, a note of rosemary is revealed, then there is a note of mint and at the end - a note of thyme. Start with these proportions, and then pick up to your liking...
    Load the dry ingredients into the kettle.
Then you can decide what to do: who like stronger tea - black tea can put a little more.
If you overdo it with rosemary, you will feel only its taste and aroma.
I have chosen the optimal ratio (experimented). First, a note of rosemary is revealed, then there is a note of mint and at the end - a note of thyme.
Start with these proportions, and then pick up to your liking...
  3. Pour boiling water on the herbs. Insist 5-10 minutes, pour into cups and invite home friends for winter tea. What surprised me in this combination is that tea is easy to drink without sugar and without honey. Self-sufficient and interesting taste.
    Pour boiling water on the herbs. Insist 5-10 minutes, pour into cups and invite home friends for winter tea.
What surprised me in this combination is that tea is easy to drink without sugar and without honey.
Self-sufficient and interesting taste.

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