These don’t look so purple on their own, I guess, but if you saw these as I first did, next to many other varieties of sage, you would be able to see that they are pretty purplish. Look at the stems and veins. There it is. OK; keep that sage in mind for a minute while I talk about the weather.
It was really snowing here in
Purple Sage Tea for an April Day Almost as Cold as
3 leaves (or two big leaves and five tiny little leaves) purple sage, or any sage
juice from half a lemon, optional
1 tablespoon honey, or more, optional
Combine ingredients in a large mug and pour on boiling water.
Tonight’s tea was just the sage. Yesterday’s had oranges, lemons, ginger, and honey as well. I humbly offer both for Weekend Herb Blogging.
Oh, and one other thing: I do not recommend making tea from chervil. Just saying.