Rosemary is a good source of dietary fiber, good fat, protein, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B6, folate, manganese, iron, calcium and magnesium. A simple tea can be made using rosemary and cinnamon for a refreshing start to your day. Here is the recipe to prepare rosemary cinnamon tea.
Cinnamon – Names in other languages
- Scientific name – Cinnamomum verum
- English – Cinnamon
- Hindi – Dalchini
- Sanskrit – Darusita/ Tvak
- Malayalam – Karuvapatta
- Bengali – Daroochini
- Tamil – Lavangapattai
- Kannada – Lavanga chakke
- Telugu – Dalchina chekka
- 1 tsp Palm sugar
- 2 sprigs Rosemary
- 1 stick Cinnamon Ceylon cinnamon has been used.
- Use washed fresh rosemary, a stick of cinnamon and palm sugar crystals to make the tea. You can also use honey if palm sugar isn't available.
- Chop rosemary leaves and place in a teapot infuser.
- Add half a teaspoon of palm sugar.
- Pour boiling hot water on the leaves.
- Close the lid. Allow the leaves and palm sugar to steep for 3 - 4 minutes.
- Open the lid and place small cinnamon pieces in the infuser.
- Now close the lid and allow to steep for close to 8 minutes.
- Strain and remove the infuser.
- Pour the tea into a cup.
- Enjoy the fragrant cinnamon rosemary tea.