A whiff of this rose mint tea transports me to Morocco ( never mind that I've never been there before, ha!) It has a delightful rose fragrance and is minty with a delicious hint of sweetness. I see this as a fancier way to enjoy fresh mint tea and a great way to use all that mint that growing wild in the garden. So refreshing! So good!
~15 mint leaves
~20 dried rose buds
Honey, to taste
500ml boiling water
1. In teapot, pour boiling water over mint leaves and rose buds and allow to infuse for 6-8 minutes.
2. Add honey to taste. Start with about 1 tsp per cup and add more if desired.
(Printer friendly recipe here)
Rose mint tea tastes great chilled too. To serve cold, simply pour over ice in glass. Perfect for a warm summer's day.