In the hot summer, the two pots of mint in the yard began to grow wild, so I thought of making a fresh and refreshing syrup. Let's try it.
Wash the mint leaves and dry them in a container for later use.
Put the water and sugar into the pot, boil it on a large fire, stir well to dissolve the sugar. After the fire, rush into the container with the mint leaves. After cooling, seal the bottle and put it in the refrigerator for overnight.
The syrup was taken out the next day, the mint leaves were filtered off, the syrup was poured into the pot again and boiled, and the mixture was simmered for 2-3 minutes until the syrup was slightly thick. Then pour it into a clean container, seal the bottle, and the syrup is finished.
The syrup can be refrigerated for about half a month in the refrigerator. When you eat, add any fruit you like, mineral water, soda, or cocktails. Do whatever you want!