Sweet tea, which is often made with the dried fruit of the Moringa tree, is made from a small, shrubby green leaf called a sweet plant.
You’ll know it when you taste it: the leaves are green.
The leaves are not sweet, and when they’re ripe, the leaves have a bitter aftertaste.
But you can make sweet tea with the leaves, if you know how.
The process is fairly straightforward.
You need to prepare a tea bag, which will hold the leaves.
Put the bag into a cup and shake it vigorously for a few minutes to release some of the moisture in the leaves and soften them.
Next, put the leaves into a tea pot.
The tea pot is an open pot, with the lid up.
This means the leaves can be stirred out, which makes the tea even sweeter.
This process is called a mashing, and it involves the boiling of the leaves in water to bring out the bitter after taste.
You can also add water to the tea pot to make the water easier to mash.
Now put the bag in the refrigerator, for up to two days.
After two days, put it in the fridge again, and add another bag of leaves.
Repeat this process several times until you have a lot of leaves in the pot.
You may have to mash them, but you should get a lot.
After a week or two, the tea will be thick and full of sugar, and you’ll probably want to strain the leaves to get rid of the bitter taste.
The only problem with this method is that it takes a lot longer to make, and sometimes the leaves won’t be ripe enough to mash.
You’re probably better off making your own.