Hollyhock Tea

Hollyhock tea is refreshing on hot days and can soothe sore throats.



Summer 2017

  • Hollyhock blossom tea has been popular in the United States since colonial times.
    Photo by iStock/DianePeacock

Total Hands-On Time: 20 min

Preparation Time: 5 min

Cook Time: 15 min

Yield: 1 cup

Make this tea with the freshest flowers you can, and always be sure they haven't had pesticides or fertilizers sprayed on them.


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