1-cup orange juice
1-Tbsp. rosemary1-tsp. vanilla
2-Tbsp. whipped cream
1 slice of orange (garnish)
Make a warm tea of the orange juice, rosemary and vanilla, then strain. Serve slightly warm with 1-Tbsp. whipped cream blended in, and one on top for garnish with a slice of fresh orange.
While many people think of rosemary in terms of remembrance, in the Middle Ages it was lauded as having many restorative qualities for health. The high content of Vitamin C in oranges aids this feature.
This is also good cold, served over chipped ice with a mint leaf for extra energy.