For Tea Time - Sugar "Cubes"... Mix granulated sugar mixed with a little water so that it becomes sticky while, but not dissolved. Mix well. Add food color one drop at a time into the sugar and continue stirring until the desired color is created. (The color becomes brighter aa it dries.) Press firmly into a silicon mold filling half way so that the "cubes" will not be too large. Allow to dry overnight. Cool!
Great basic instructions and starters guide to making your own tea (scroll to bottom for great basic combinations).
Interesting taste - beautiful look - High Tea Ceremony - Woobar at W Hotel Singapore
Some people feel overwhelmed by the prospect of making tea using fresh or dried herbs and rely on the old habit of just throwing a tea bag into the hot water. Let me show you just how EASY, and I mean EASY it is to make your own teas. Rosemary tea is great for digestion, circulation and memory.
5 of Aviva Romm, MD's favorite herbs known to be safe for use in pregnancy: 1) Ginger (Zingiber officinalis) for morning sickness 2) Red raspberry leaf (Rubus idaeus) for an easier labor 3) Echinacea (Echinacea spp) for colds 4) Cranberry (Vaccinium Macrocarpon) for UTI prevention 5) Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) for better sleep