Detoxifying Mint Tea RECIPE

Detoxifying Mint Tea RECIPE

Description

Mixing your own particular home grown tea is a disclosure. When you begin, it's difficult to backpedal to tea sacks. Along these lines, you're ready to shape your mixes to be as basic or perplexing as you prefer. You control the flavor profile and fixings totally, it's incredible. I compare it to making your own particular soup as opposed to purchasing canned soup, and tend to bob around starting with one mix then onto the next. For an extend it was this turmeric tea, of late it has been this detox-y ginger mint mix. The tea is green-tasting from mint and coriander, and fennel-sweet. The layered peppery-ness originates from dark peppercorns and crisply tangled ginger, and with a wide range of advantageous goodness in it - lemon, cumin, the new ginger - it just feels great going down. You can pre-mix the dry fixings and keep the in a little jug on the counter, making it simple to mix a glass. This pot made the drive to Big Sur with me. I poured it in a bottle, slipped it in my end of the week sack, and tasted my way down the drift where we did some Christmas climbing You can brew this as weak or strong as you like, really. I also like it chilled. I rarely sweeten tea, but can imagine a bit of honey would be nice if you prefer a sweet tea.

Ingredients

  • Dry mixture:
  • 4 teaspoons coriander seeds
  • 4 teaspoons fennel seeds
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons whole cumin seeds
  • 2 teaspoons black peppercorns
  • Fresh ingredients:
  •  3 ginger slices, 1/4-inch thick
  •  16 fresh mint leaves
  •  3 thin slices of lemon

Method

Join the coriander seeds, fennel seeds, cumin, and dark peppercorns in a container, mix well, and put aside.
Convey some water to a stew. While the water is warming, pound the ginger with the mint to split it up a bit. I utilize a mortar and pestle, yet you can utilize a wooden spoon or mixed drink muddler. At the point when the water is hot, mix in 1 tablespoon of the dry blend and the ginger-mint blend. Stew for 3-5 minutes, expel from warmth, cover, and permit to soak for an additional 3 minutes or something like that. Place the lemon cuts in a strainer, and strain the tea through the lemon into a pot or compartment.
Makes some tea, with enough of the dry tea mix for another 3 pots or something like that.