Sunday Rose Tea | A Modern Girl Recommends

Sunday Rose Tea | A Modern Girl Recommends

Cold weather should never be an excuse to have a good cup of tea, but it does make the day a little extra special and on this Sunday edition I will be sharing how I make one of my favorite teas from scratch that can be made anytime, its soothing and it’s the perfect tea to have when you just want to sit back and take in the day and it’s my Sunday Rose Tea which is made with dried herbs and flowers and what’s great about this blend is it’s quick to make and here’s how.

What you’ll need

Red Rose Petals

Hibiscus Flower

Lemongrass

Mint

Jar for storing

Bowl

Spoon

Step 1

Sunday Rose Tea | A Modern Girl Recommends

Take one cup of dried red rose petals, 1/2 of a cup of dried Hibiscus flowers, 1/4 of a cup of dried Lemongrass and 2 tablespoons of dried cut mint and add to bowl.

 

Step 2

Sunday Rose Tea | A Modern Girl Recommends

Combine all of the ingredients together by mixing them.

 

 Step 3

Sunday Rose Tea | A Modern Girl Recommends

Now transfer the Sunday Rose Tea into a tightly sealed jar to keep the tea fresh.

 

Step 4

Sunday Rose Tea | A Modern Girl Recommends

Add two tablespoons of Sunday Rose Tea Blend into a sauce pan along with one cup of water and bring to a boil until the tea takes on a ruby-red color, then strain the herbs if you are not using a muslin bag and pour your tea into a heat safe cup. Sunday Rose Tea tastes great on its own or with a drop sugar or honey and a few orange slices for garnish.

 

Thanks for stopping by for this Sundays edition of how to make my Sunday Rose Tea that perfect for Sunday or anytime in general, when you just want to sit back and take in the day in a soothing relaxing carefree way.

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