Ginger Mint Tea: A Lesson

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This blog post is in man-speak. Brief, direct and visual.

Picture this: it’s a chilly winter night. You emerge from the kitchen with this:

Ginger mint tea

Place it on the nightstand, coffee table, wherever she’s sitting and plant a kiss on her cheek. After taking a sip, she’ll probably reward you with something like this:

 

It takes seven minutes to make and costs less than a dollar per cup.

Ginger, Mint Tea

  • A knob of FRESH ginger. They look like this: 

    Fresh ginger

  • Fresh mint leaves. But a mint tea bag will do too.
  • Hot water
  • Wild honey. There are imitators pretending to be honey out there on your supermarket shelves. Do not be fooled, read the label and buy pure wild honey.

Heat a kettle with 12 ounces of water. While the water’s getting warm, take five sprigs of mint or one tea bag, and a four thin slices of peeled ginger.  Pour hot water on top and let steep for five minutes.  Add a teaspoon of honey, stir and serve.  You don’t have to remove all that goodness, it tastes better the longer it sits.

Non-alcoholic drinks are sexy.

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About Mona

I'm a food writer and home cook that loves to talk about healthy food and romance.
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2 Responses to Ginger Mint Tea: A Lesson

  1. Awesome! Ginger mint tea seems great! I would really love to try this so soon. Thanks for sharing this incredible idea!

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