SerendipiTea – A Recipe for a Refreshing Herbal Tea

by Jun 18, 2013Herbs0 comments



 Iced tea, hot tea…I don’t care…I love tea!! If you are looking for a delicious tea that you can serve to friends in any season, SerendipiTea is the one! Based on a Rosemary Gladstar recipe, this is a minty, refreshing tea that will keep you coming back for more!

It is a calming, uplifting blend that includes peppermint, spearmint, lemon balm, chamomile and rose petals. It also has either blue malva or blue cornflowers.


The recipe is written in parts. A part can be any measurement. If you want to make it easier, one part can equal one cup. 

I use dried herbs in this recipe. Blue malva flowers are difficult to source. Blue Cornflowers are just as lovely, in my opinion and much easier to find. I buy most of my herbs here


SerendipiTea – A Recipe for a Refreshing Herbal Tea


  • 2 parts spearmint
  • 1/4 part peppermint
  • 1 part chamomile
  • 3/4 parts lemon balm
  • 3/4 parts rose petals
  • 3/4 parts blue cornflowers or blue malva flowers


  1. Mix all herbs in a large bowl.
  2. To brew hot tea: Place 1 tsp tea per 1 cup boiling water.
  3. Let steep 5-15 minutes and strain.
  4. Sweeten with raw honey or stevia
  5. To Brew iced tea: Place 2 TBS of tea in a quart jar and cover with boiling water.
  6. Let steep for 15 minutes and strain.
  7. Sweeten with raw honey or stevia.
  8. Place in a large jar and add cold water and/or ice.
  9. Serve.

Don’t want to make it yourself? It’s available in my 90210 Organics Shop. You can buy it here. It’s a bestseller!!!

What’s your favorite tea blend?



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