Spring has sprung and a refreshing tea is one of those treats that is great to prepare for gatherings with friends. We also like to keep a pitcher ready in the fridge as an herbal elixir alternative to water.
Takes: 10 minutes to make (1 hour to cool)
Makes: 4 glasses
- 2 handful fresh mint leaves, plus more for garnish
- 4 cups filtered water
- The Keeper’s Stash, to taste
- Just a squeeze of lemon (optional)
Bring the water to 190 degrees Fahrenheit or a near boil. Place the fresh mint in a glass container and pour the hot water over top.
Steep the leaves for 10 minutes and then discard them.
Allow the tea to cool 30 minutes before adding The Keeper’s Stash. Finish cooling the tea completely and serve over ice with a fresh mint sprig.