Friday, August 24, 2012


  In many summers I have collected wild herbs from nature and dried them for brewing tea in winter. Herbs such as raspberry, stinging nettle, and rowan leaves. This summer I tried to grow some camomile. It did grow, but not as generously as I was expecting. None the less, I was still able to collect a few bunches of it for tea. And that´s enough.

  The recipe:

1 tsp dried camomile flowers
2,5 dl hot water

+ Pour hot, almost boilig water over the camomile and let simmer for 10min (or longer for more intensive flavor). Sweeten with honey if desired.
  The flavor of camomile always brings summer to my mind, and therefore is a perfect drink for winter.

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