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I have been growing a Chocolate mint plant ( Mentha x piperita) in which you can make tea with it, so how do I do this?

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Dry the leaves out or use

Dry the leaves out or use more fresh make tea as you normally do (add leaves to hot water seep till desired personally I let seep till im done with the cup) cream/sugar to taste

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Totally agreed with you.. Dry

Totally agreed with you.. Dry leaves helps you in making tea. Boil Water and add suger according to your desire. Then add milk in the mixer.. Leave it for 10 mintues till all things mixed properly.. You testy tea is ready to drink..

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Chocolate mint tea

I love the taste of chocolate mint tea. I've got the recipe with me.
Put tea, sugar, and mint in a teapot. Bring 2 cups of water to boil, let sit 2 minutes, then pour into pot. Let steep about 5 minutes. Strain into teacups.


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