I pruned the mint yesterday, picked up a lot of leaves, and planned to sip the mint syrup in the morning, and slowly drank the water. I was ready to go to the pot, and I remembered that there was chamomile at home. I felt that the color of the mint was quite good, and I added a small amount. If you don't have it, it's ok to use mint, or use your imagination. With green tea and honeysuckle, it should be good.
The washed mint leaves are washed. Chamomile is a dried flower of tea. Because the particles are too small, it is not convenient to wash, and it is not washed.
Inject water into the pot, boil and pour in mint and chamomile. After the fire has boiled, turn to low heat and cook for 20 minutes. Cook the smell of mint and chamomile thoroughly.
Add sugar and rock sugar. It is also possible to use all of them.
Lemon squeezed juice to join.
Cook until the sugar has melted, creating a little consistency and turning off the fire.
When boiling the syrup, roll the glass bottle containing the syrup for a while for 5 minutes, then dry it with a clean cotton cloth. For jams or other homemade sauces, it is best to cook the containers for disinfection.
After the container is dried, pour the syrup and seal it. After cooling, put it in the refrigerator.