coarsely chopped fresh stinging nettles or 1/2 cup dried nettles
coarsely chopped fresh mint (or 1/4 cup dried mint)
coarsely chopped fresh or dried red clover
raw honey, as needed to sweeten the infusion
- Bring two quarts of filtered water to a boil.
- Toss nettles, mint and clover into a 1/2-gallon wide-mouth mason jar and fill with boiling water. Allow the herbs to steep in water for at least four and up to twelve hours, then strain them from the infusion using a fine-mesh sieve or tea strainer.
- Sweeten the infusion with honey as you like it and transfer to the refrigerator. Serve over ice.
September 12, 2012
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