- 1 Table Spoon
- 1 Cooking Pan
- 1 Strainer
- 3 tbsp Acacia Flowers (Dried)
- 1 ltr Water (Boiling)
- 1 tbsp Green Tea Leaves (Dried)
- 1 tsp Honey (To Taste)
- Bring water to a boil, then throw in green tea leaves and acacia flowers.
- Turn down heat, and simmer for 10 to 15 minutes.
- Switch off heat and cover the pan with lid.
- Strain and Serve after 10 minutes, with honey to taste.
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