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How to Make Natural Mint Syrup

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I am a big fan of mint, it is refreshing and goes with just about everything. I also like ice tea, but sometimes I want a little something extra in my tea, like a splash of mint simple syrup. When I took a look in the herb garden, the mint was growing so well, I decided to harvest a few stems and make this simple and delicious Mint Syrup.

How to make Natural Mint Syrup. Nothing artificial, no added colors.
Natural Mint Syrup
Mint Syrup
by the seat of my pants!
makes 1 qt

4 c water
4 c sugar ( we use natural evaporated cane crystals )
the leaves from about 8-10 stems of mint

Boil the water, add sugar let cool. Add mint leaves.

How to make Natural Mint Syrup. Nothing artificial, no added colors.

Place in large jar and cover. Shake or stir every other day for about 10 - 14 days (this will prevent molding on the surface of the mint leaves).

How to make Natural Mint Syrup. Nothing artificial, no added colors.

Decant into a bale top bottle. Refrigerate.

Add a splash to ice tea, drizzle over melon or berries, or add to mineral water with a squeeze of lime.

How would you use Natural Mint Simple Syrup?


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