Cooking educates. Wet your whistle is an idiom for quenching your thirst with a(n alkoholic) drink. We have a similar expression in German. While weeding the garden I discovered some mint leaves between the upcoming parsley and supposed to be majoram.
I decided to remove the mint sprigs and used the leaves to serve
Refeshing and the „appropiate minty taste“ gives an outlook of summer: Sipping limonana in the beach chair.
Yield: 3 servings
Mint Tea recipe for IHCC
modified from Ulrike Westphal inspired by:
total time: 10 minutes
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I always steep use my leftover fresh mint for tea. It’s so good hot or iced and so refreshing. So great for digestion too. (And, I am in love with your pretty teapot and mug!) ;-)
I love your mint tea! It sounds so refreshing! I could sip on this tea the whole day!
I love mint this sounds good.
What a gorgeous teapot! I’ve never had mint tea steeped from fresh leaves – it sounds lovely.
The cool mint tea and more of it from the beautiful teapot. So adorable!
A beautiful and refreshing drink served in a gorgeous teapot. Perfection!
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