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Basic Mint Tea - from the garden

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Edit tea info Last updated by Kathryn Ann
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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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  • “I drank a lot of fresh mint leaves from the garden over the summer, and have had dried leaves sitting in my cupboard for a while now. I've been feeling a little stressed since it's the end of my...” Read full tasting note
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Mint tea made from just mint leaves.

Mint leaves that grew in your garden, or maybe got from a friend who grows them, steeped fresh or dried first and then steeped.

This is just simply a basic mint tea.

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I drank a lot of fresh mint leaves from the garden over the summer, and have had dried leaves sitting in my cupboard for a while now. I’ve been feeling a little stressed since it’s the end of my term and I’ve been heading for the mint stash.

Yum! This isn’t as good as when I had it with fresh leaves… the flavor is so much more intense. I put in about a teaspoon which I think was a good amount. No sweetner or anything added. It’s just flat out mint, and it really tastes so delicious. It’s really soothing my stomach as well.

I wonder if mint is re-steepable…. ;)

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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 15 sec
LiberTEAS

I never have had much luck with resteeping herbs. Not like resteeping tea leaves, anyway. I’d be interested in knowing how this fairs for you.

Kathryn Ann

Well, i just resteeped it and it came out pretty good :) The mint flavor isn’t as strong as the first cup so I actually like it a bit better.

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