1/3 cup honey (or sugar) to taste ( I did 1/3 cup honey and about 1/4 c sugar and we serve this with tons of ice to dilute)
mint for garnish (optional…and I opt not to)=
Add rhubarb to water and bring to a boil; reduce heat and simmer for 1 hour
Strain, add honey/sugar (to taste) and serve iced.
Enjoy, enjoy, and enjoy again!
We have three enormous rhubarb plants in one of our garden beds. Our wonderful neighbor, Mr. Scoop (not his real name, but this is what we have all taken to calling him…his wife is Mrs. Scoop) gave us the plants when my mom was sick, knowing that we visited her at least monthly up in New Hampshire and that she loved rhubarb. I cannot bear to part with the plants, given the history of them, but we don’t really eat much rhubarb, and these plants are quite fruitful. I’m always looking for people to share the fruit with, or new ways to use our harvests, and I was so excited when my sister told me about Rhubarb Tea- although I love to put honey in things for many reasons, so I changed things up a bit.
I’m thinking about doing this with a spritz of seltzer. Thoughts?
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