How to make the perfect ashoka herbal tea

Posted by IGN on March 19, 2020 15:47:10I’m not sure I want to go back to my old, old days of mixing my own tea and buying it in the store.

I like my tea more in a bottle than a cup.

It has a bit of a kick to it.

So, I went with a small tea cup.

I started out with a simple mixture of a few spices, such as cinnamon, cloves, ginger, nutmeg, and cloves, then brewed it with the tea.

I then added a pinch of sea salt to the mix, to keep the tea slightly salty.

I mixed the mixture with a little milk and then let it steep overnight for about four hours.

The tea was pretty well hydrated at that point, so I left it to steep and brew for another hour or so.

I poured the tea into a mug and then placed it on a table in my living room.

It was a pretty big cup, so my son helped me fill it up.

He took my mug and I let him handle it.

When he put it into the mug, the tea popped out, and it tasted really, really good.

I made a batch for myself for the holidays, and my son used it to make his own herbal tea.

He poured it into a cup and said it tasted just like the real thing.

I also put the tea in a mug, and he poured it in and said that he really liked it.

I thought it was delicious.

He put the mug into the fridge overnight, and when he woke up, the drink was gone.

It’s still in the fridge, and I’m sure I’ll make more for myself next year.