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  • Makes 250
  • 5 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 3 Ingredients
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If you have mint growing in the garden you can turn it into home made mint tea! So easy to do and without the heavy price tag of purchasing it through a tea store. The added benefit is that if you don’t spray your mint, it’s organic! This keeps in the cupboard for around 6 months.


Ingredients (makes 250 gram jar)

  • 5 bunches mint
  • 5 elastic bands
  • 1 glass jar

Method

  1. Pick and wash 5 bunches of mint.
  2. Dry them and then secure a few stems together with the elastic bands.
  3. Hang upside down until they are dry (usually a week or so).
  4. Once dried, remove the leaves from the stems and empty into a blender. Pulse gently a few times to cut the leaves slightly.
  5. Store in a glass jar out of direct sunlight.

  • I also read just the other day about adding a mint leaf or two, to a cup of green tea for a health and flavour boost

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  • Must give this a go – herbal tea is so expensive to buy and this sounds amazing!

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  • I have loads of mint in my garden and no idea what to do with it. Thanks for sharing!

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  • I’ve never tried making mint tea, only mint sauce for the roast. Will give it a go. Thanks.

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  • This is what my mum used to do with her mint .fresh peppermint tea love it

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  • how long does this last and do you store it in the cupboard or fridge. I have mint growing crazy so this is great

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  • Thanks for this beautiful home made mint tea. I made it and it stays fresh in a closed container. My family and friends love it when they come over. Thanks

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  • Wow i love this idea its so easy and simple.

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  • It would be great to have a homemade mint tea. Mint smells good.

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  • yum this would be really refreshing especially now with the weather the way that it is

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  • This is nice as fresh mint tea also. Try with lemongrass or any other herb you have in your garden.

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  • Love a hint of mint :)

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  • Love the idea of this. I am hoping this works for other types of mints, Lemon mint comes to mind.

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  • im not usually a tea drinker but this sounds nice..i love mint

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  • Great idea, we have so much mint growing atm so this works great.

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