Kamouraska Wild herbal teas
3 Delicious Wild herbal teas picked from Kamouraska.
Winter tea: Comforting the days of mist and storm, sipped in front of the stove! Nourishing and stimulating during a cold, it helps the airways. Brew a tablespoon of the mixture for a cup of water. Add lemon and honey for an iced tea.
Labrador Tea: Traditional native beverage. In leaves or flowers, the tea is soothing and digestive, it prepares for sleep and dreams. The infusion of the leaves reminds the taste of green tea and helps to relieve winter ailments. Brew a dozen leaves or two floral tops per cup. Add lemon and honey for an iced tea. Some women use it as an analgesic on the day of childbirth.
Iced Floral Tea: brew one spoonful per cup. For an iced tea, brew 10 minutes, filter, add maple syrup to taste and cool in the fridge. When serving, add slices of lemon, ice and fresh mint. For the party, add a hint of rum.