2. Pour the boiled water into the teapot and allow the tea to steep for 4
3. Serve the mint tea in small glass cups. For dramatic effect we recommend you pour this the traditional way from a height as pictured below. This helps to aerate the tea and enhance the flavours as well as looking rather professional!
Tip: You can reduce the amount of sugar to 3-4 tsp and also add a couple of green tea bags into the pot. This recipe is perfect for those times when you have an abundance of mint in the garden.
- To make, shake 2 ounces gin and 2 teaspoons dry vermouth with crushed ice; strain into a stemmed glass. Strip leaves from bottom 2 inches of a rosemary sprig, skewer through pitted olives, and add to the drink.
Wishing everyone a terrific week. For those who live in Brisbane, enjoy these gorgeous clear skies we are experiencing lately. Be sure to pop into the new showroom if you havent experienced our new look since we moved. We would love to see you, and Brian too!