Interview: Olive Leaf Tea – Interviews T Ching


In the winter months we of course like to prepare it hot.  We simply heat up a mug of water in the microwave and add 1/2 TBSP tea leaves and hot water into a tea maker, then strain it.  I like to drink the warm tea with honey.   


In the hot summer months I make Sun Tea: 3 TBSP leaves and 1 gal. of filtered water.  Depending on the heat of the sun, I generally leave it in the sun about 3 hours or so.  I sometimes blend the olive leaves with fresh mint leaves or dried persimmon pieces as it steeps.  We also drink the sun tea over ice with a little bit of cranberry juice, or any favorite juice to make different flavors.


I haven’t tried too many different blends of other naturals yet, but as time goes I would like to experiment; I just haven’t had time to focus on that.

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