What could make a better tea for your Valentine than this herbal trio, created by a sweet trio of Tiny Peasant Kids! There are (at least) two ways to enjoy it:
// Steeped: Make this tea to sip with your loved ones
// Packaged To-Go: Mix the herbs in the ratio shown in the video & put them in a tea filter (buy them or go DIY), canning jar, or tin.
Note: We usually use a french press for our herbal teas, and for some reason used a mason jar here – not recommended as it is very difficult to pour from!
This is the very first video in what we hope will become a longtime series. The kids would LOVE to hear your feedback, comments and questions!
BONUS: Head over here to download a set of free Valentine’s Tea Bag Labels.
Don’t miss our Farm Fresh Valentine’s Cards – A set of three printable cards to print and paint or colour. Great for food & nature lovers of all ages.
This post was featured at Thank Goodness It’s Monday at Nourishing Joy, and shared at Fat Tuesday at Real Food Forager, and Simply Natural Saturdays at the Pistachio Project, and Montessori Monday at Living Montessori Now.
Cohen: Thanks a lot, Grandma! We hope you like our next video. Because we might make a bannock video.
Milo: Thank you for watching this video. Made from Milo, Cohen and Breann.
Bre: Thanks for watching!
We really enjoyed your video. We will try making some pink tea, too. How would you measure a single serving for this tea? It could be a good idea for a Valentine’s day treat for our loved ones! Merci beaucoup! Juliette, Simon et Marie * we saw the cat! ; )
Thanks, Juliette, Simon & Marie! For a single serving for one cup of hot water (or if you’re filling small tea bags), I’d try 1 tbsp hibiscus, and 1 or 2 tsp elderberries and a few rose hips. It all depends on how strong you’d like the tea to be. The cat – yes – hopping up to look out the window : )
Thank you very much! : )
Oh So Sweet!!!! Love this!