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Issy is my friend’s daughter, she is also my friend. She is absolutely, no doubt, my favourite 16 year old. Issy inspires me to be myself and to be creative.
Every time I see this gorgeous girl she is making something new and wearing something effortlessly cool. Today, she had made fruit tea.
Issy’s fruit tea
- Handful of mint leaves – oven dry for 15 minutes
- 2 oranges, 1 lemon, 1 baby fennel, Ginger (to taste) – oven dry for 45 minutes
- Store bought dried craisons, apple, apricot, added to oven mix 10 mins before end.
- Mix in jar and add stick of cinnamon and the contents of 2 camomile tea bags.
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Visiting via CraftJunkie.com. This tea looks absolutely delicious, and I imagine with all of the Vitamin C in there it’s got to be great for those of us suffering from colds and flu. Thank you for sharing!
It sure is!
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Oh, my goodness. This is amazing!!! I pinned it also. I’m definitely trying this. This should be marketed. Linda
Hehehe thanks it is good! And so easy to make – who would of thought a teenager would teach us 🙂
Mmmm, this looks AMAZING! just the idea of it is getting me all kinds of creative tea ideas running through my hear! awesome!! thanks! 😀
Oh I’m so glad we have inspired creative. That has made our day!
yay!! what fun! 😀 I’ll be checking back for more ideas too 🙂 🙂
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Diana Rambles said:
I am not a big fan of tea, but I would try this!!
Kathy Moody said:
Oh, I love this! It sounds delicious. Thanks so much for sharing at A Bouquet of Talent.