Mint Tea is a beautifully refreshing fragrant beverage, that is calorie free and known to settle minor stomach aches and nausea. Making it a great morning pick-me-up!
1 Cup of mint leaves (picked from stem)….adjust this quantity dependent on the intensity of flavour you desire & size of Tea Pot.
4 Cups of boiling water
STEP 1. Chop fresh mint leaves roughly.
STEP 2. Place the leaves in a pot
STEP 3. Pour boiling water over the leaves.
STEP 4. Steep for 3 minutes
STEP 5. Discard leaves. Pour into teacups and enjoy!
– Add a little sugar (or honey) into the steeped tea & place in fridge for a refreshing cold beverage.
– Add chopped mint to salads.
In your garden
Opt for organic options where possible in the care of your mint, we recommend using Searles SeaMax® Fish & Kelp, as this product is a fertiliser which also stimulates the plants natural resistance to insect & disease attack.
Beyond its culinary appeal – Mint foliage emits a wonderful minty fragrance when crushed or walked on in the garden. A great ground cover around garden paths!Grow Herbs in a Planter