With mountain tea, we can create wonderful infusions. The most well-known combinations include honey, cinnamon, or lemon, but it can also be used with apple, orange zest, and other fruits. The difference from classic tea is that mountain tea does not contain caffeine; therefore, it is not a stimulant, and we can enjoy it even before bedtime. Besides infusions, mountain tea can be used to pour over or marinate various foods such as seafood or potatoes. Traditionally, mountain tea is consumed mainly during the winter to address colds, gastrointestinal disorders, and inflammations of the upper respiratory system. It possesses antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and calming properties. It may contribute to heart health and circulation due to its flavonoid content. Recent research has also shown that it may revitalize brain cells, providing preventive benefits against Alzheimer’s disease.