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There’s nothing more soothing than brewing your own fresh leaf tea. We’ve fallen in love with this native mint tea which uses fresh River Mint over dried tea leaves.


  1. To get started roughly tear up a generous handful of leaves and place them in a strainer placed over your tea pot or glass bowl. Pour boiling water over the leaves, allowing the leaves to sit in the boiling water. Let steep for 5 to 10 minutes. You can gently rub or bruise the leaves with a muddler to help release the oils.

  2. Once steeped pour into your tea cup and sweeten with honey or agave syrup (for those that like a little sweetness).

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