Hi Everyone! Happy Weekend! I have a great little “recipe” to share with you today, that I have been loving for the past couple of weeks. I am a huge tea lover and just fell in love with this fresh mint tea when my mom recently made it for me. I drink peppermint tea almost every night before going to bed, because I love how soothing and calming it is, so I couldn’t believe how simple the idea of this fresh mint tea was – all it is is mint leaves and boiling water! It’s so wonderfully refreshing and light, and it’s almost as if you can feel it cleansing your body as you drink it!
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FRESH MINT TEA
YOU WILL NEED
Mint leaves (preferably fresh, but you can use frozen as well)
To make this tea, simply add some mint leaves into a pot of boiling water, and let your tea steep for about 5 – 10 minutes. Use about 5 mint leaves per cup of water, but you can adjust the quantity based on how strong you want your tea to be. It’s just as simple as that!
Have a great weekend, Everyone!