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MINT TEA

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MyCookbook Member: boxy66
Recipe Category: Beverage
Recipe Preparation Level: easy
    Yield: 8 servings
    Into a 6 cup glass or china teapot:

    Pour boiling water, rinse and throw the water away.

    Put in: 3 heaping Tbs. OOLONG TEA (do not use teabags)

    2 heaping Tbs. DRIED MINT LEAVES
    1/2 cup SUGAR.
    Fill the teapot to the brim with BOILING WATER.

    Allow to steep covered for 5 minutes.

    Stir up the infusion and taste the liquid to see if it is sweet enough.

    Strain into juice glasses (5 to 6 oz.).

    Note: Prepare second infusion while the guests are enjoying the first. Add 1 tsp. tea, 1 tsp. mint and 2 Tbs. sugar to the pot. Add boiling water to allow to steep for 5 minutes. Stir again. Taste for sweetness. Strain to serve.


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