Herbal tea is made from many plants, using not just leaves, but also flowers, roots, bark and seeds. Unlike the limited flavor variations of black tea, herb tea exists in a kaleidescope of distinctively different flavors, colors and aromas.
Blending the flavors of different herbs results in an infinite variety of healthful taste sensations, and in fact, this kind of exploration is one of the most delightful pleasures to be found in the making of herb tea. Herb teas contain no caffeine at all. This lack of caffeine has helped to account for its mellow, soothing personality.
The steps in preparing herb teas are extremely simple. After harvest, the herbs are dried by either spreading them on large screens or by tying them in bundles and hanging them upside down. This can be done indoors or outdoors in the shade, but it must be done quickly to retain the natural oils and color, so vital to the quality and flavor of herbal tea.
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