Mum recommends boiling water, and big pinch is enough. Taste and nose evoked memories of slithering into my sleeping bag with a nice, comforting coating of warm campfire smoke.
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The price was right, but it’s a plain, grassy flavor. We’ll enjoy it when we don’t have company, or stay-tuned for attempts at enlivening with orange zest, etc.
Compares to a strong green camellia tea, but Mum says I can re-steep thrice, and below boiling. Energizing.
The lemon grass dominated the mint and other ingredients, which was fine because it was bedtime. When I need to wake up tomorrow and get my tea fast, it’ll be nice to compare to a commercial blend with more mint kicker.
Tea-son, what a lovely picture your blend makes, spread out on your kitchen counter. It reminds me of fun teatimes at your house!