Wild Recipe: 3 Cosy Wild Tea Recipes for Winter
Nothing warms the heart like a hot cup of tea in the winter months. Sitting by the fire with a mug of your favourite wild tea will bring a smile to your evening. We love to forage for wild tea ingredients. From calming chamomile to energy boosting dandelions, there is inspiration everywhere in nature. Here are three of our favourite wild tea recipes to try out at home.
Sweet Rosehip Tea
Rosehips are a ripe winter fruit that contain large amounts of Vitamin C.
This little yellow weed never fails to surprise us. We use the flower heads for tea, starter snacks and additions to our pies. The leaves and root can also be used in your wild dishes. Dandelions contain anti-oxidants and are said to reduce cholesterol and inflammation.
Soothing Yarrow Tea
Yarrow is a relaxing herb. It helps your muscles and improves blood circulation. Note: do not use this herb if you are on other medication or pregnant.
To learn more about Wild herbal teas and make some delicious blends you can download your own Wild Herbal Tea Recipe Collection.
For more information about foraging for wild tea ingredients contact the team or join us on one of our foraging experiences.