Lemongrass stalks are woody and pale green with an ovoid lighter-colored base that is somewhat in resemblance to green onions. Lemongrass is not only limited to tea but it has a whole lot of importance in the spice world. Lemongrass has versatile alternatives on how it can be used; as a whole, chopped, or crushed into any of your preferred dishes or drinks.
For Fresh Iced lemongrass tea.
- Steep a few pieces (cut into 1- or 2-inch lengths) of the fresh lemongrass or dried lemongrass leaves.
- Place the outer woody stalks in a cup of boiling water for 5 minutes or longer if you desire a stronger brew.
- Add honey or sugar to give your fresh tea a distinctive taste.
- Add some ice cubes and sliced lemon to the lemongrass tea
- Lemongrass tea is delicious hot or iced.