Chamomile Lavender Mint Iced Tea. 1 loosely packed cup fresh mint leaves. 2 tablespoons dried culinary lavender. 1 1/2 tablespoons dried chamomile (or 4 chamomile tea bags). Preparation..... 1. Crush mint leaves and put in a 1-gal. lidded jar. Add lavender and chamomile. 2. Fill jar with water to within 2 in. of rim. Cover and refrigerate 6 hours. Pour through a cheesecloth-lined colander into pitcher for serving
Chamomile is one of the most recognized and used herbs in the western world. From tea and tinctures to salves and soap, chamomile’s versatility and aroma have long-been welcomed into our lives. Check out the link for 23 ways to use chamomile in many different applications – not just tea! Herbal Academy of New England
These chamomile and caramelized honey macarons are the perfect treat for all your spring gatherings. The macaron shells are delicately flavored with chamomile and filled with a lightly salted caramelized honey buttercream. It’s Spring in a single bite.