This rosemary infused tea, called a tisane, is made by steeping rosemary and honey in hot water. Healthy, easy, and a spa treatment for your insides.
Rosemary Infused Tea
- Quick Glance
- 1 M
- 10 M
- Serves 1 to 2
Place the rosemary and honey in a French press or teapot, cover with boiling water, and let the mixture infuse for about 5 minutes.
Plunge or strain the rosemary infused tea and sip it warm or at room temperature.
Recipe Testers' Tips
So easy and perfect! This infused tea has the gentle whisper of rosemary and honey that’s just perfect on a super-hot day. It’s great poured over crushed ice, and if you want to perk it up a bit, a sprig of fresh rosemary does the trick. I used my French press and it was the way to go. I’m so excited about this process that I’m trying basil today to see what I can conjure.