In this guide I go through the steps on how to make rosemary tea. It is surprisingly easy to make and won’t take you long to master.
You can use either fresh or dried rosemary depending what you have I would personally lean towards using fresh. The main difference between the two is the amount you brew with the water.
The thing to look out the most when making this tea is the brewing time. If you brew the tea for not long enough it will be weak and not really beneficial. If you brew it for too long, it may taste funny and not be very enjoyable.
There are many health benefits of rosemary tea so it’s a great beverage to be drinking. It’s rich of antioxidants and has antibacterial properties. It’s a great tea to have when you’re feeling a bit of a cold is coming on or just looking at healthy alternatives to other drinks.
This tea is known to also help with digestive problems. It is recommended that drinking 3 cups of this tea a day will help with any digestive problems that you may be having. If you’re in severe pain or your digestive problems won’t go away, then be sure to make sure you see a doctor to help find the cause of your problem.
I have put together a video on how to make rosemary tea above, if you love seeing things visually then be sure to watch it (It’s super short). It will take you through all the steps and the correct timing to getting that perfect cuppa.
Rosemary Tea Recipe
- 2 Cups water
- 2-3 tsp rosemary leaves or 1 Tbsp. dried rosemary
- Steep the rosemary in the water for about 5 minutes or longer. The longer you leave it the stronger the tea will be (Too long will make it really bitter).
- If you’re using fresh leaves then you can leave them in whilst you drink or you can simply strain them out. If you’re using dried rosemary, then I recommended straining them out.
- This tea will come out be quite tart so if you prefer things a bit on the sweet side then I highly recommend adding some honey or sugar. Honey is always a great choice as it doubles as a throat soother.
- Growing rosemary is surprisingly easy once the bush has grown to certain size you will be overwhelmed with the amount of fresh rosemary you will get from it.
- Rosemary tea is caffeine free so if you’re looking for something to keep you awake and energized then this is not for you. Something like a healthy Chai tea is a good alternative for someone looking for a tasty caffeinated tea.
Be sure to check out all my tea recipes as these all will help you when it comes to making the perfect cuppa. There is a fair bit to know about getting that perfect cup of tea but it mainly just comes down to water temperature and steeping times.
It’s always important to remember whilst tea is a great way to soothe and help remove health problems it’s always best to get checked by a doctor if you’re feeling really unwell.
If you have your own variations on this rosemary tea recipe, tips or anything else you would like to share then feel free to drop a comment below!