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How to make basil tea?

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Water and basil leaves can be boiled in a small pan, on low heat, and be allowed to brew for 3-4 minutes. Tea leaves and sugar are added after that, and the tea is allowed to boil. Empty it into a teacup once the mixture has properly boiled. Milk can be included depending on the preference of the person.

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Steep for longer and there you have your strong, aromatic, and delicious tea.

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I tried asking for tea bags all over, couldn’t find any shop

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