Mighty Leaf Tea
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Aha! After reading up on what Nana Mint is, it turns out it’s just Moroccan Spearmint. Ah well, it’s not my cup of tea. I prefer peppermint, but I wouldn’t turn down a cup of this tea if I was offered. All in all a decent flavour.
The directions said steep for 5 minutes, but having read the other reviews, some were saying it needs longer. So, my cuppa brewed for about 8 minutes. It definitely has a very herbal taste to it. I’m definitely going to have to try this one again, but just brew for 5 minutes next time.
I got a sample bag of this from my Conscious box subscription. I was super excited because my sister loves this tea and I’ve never tried it before. I was feeling sick and my stomach hurt this morning so I decided to remedy it with some mint tea. Thank God I have this because I don’t have any mint tea! I love the taste of it. It isn’t super minty like the Tazo ones (aka it doesn’t taste like toothpaste). My stomach is feeling instantly better. (: I also love the tea bag packaging. It looks sewn and I think it’s super cute! (:
I added honey, and I loved the taste. I felt great after drinking it, and wanted more.
Perfect with a spoonful of honey at bedtime! Even my husband, a non tea-lover, really enjoys this tea! (I’m drinking the loose tea version; Not tea bags.)
I have had many Mighty Leaf teas. I like them-quality tea bag, you can usually count on. I was at a local coffee shop, and they used this tea bag to make my London Fog. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Haven’t had a London Fog before, this will not be my last with this tea bag or with other Earl Greys. This concoction has made me start to like Earl Greys. (Not a big fan before)
Despite the Worlds Smallest Tin of this™, I still have a lot! Well, this counts as one that I’m going to work at getting rid of this week. Lots of new teas arriving to take its place.
The most delicious aroma fills your room when you brew a cup. Spicy and sweet flavor—this is my favorite “fancy tea” to go with sweet cakes.
Still not much impressed with this. It hardly leaves an impression. Not very chocolatly, only sort of minty, and a whole lot of red.
Hmm. Well, only a little bit left.
As a lover of Earl Greys, this one is just meh.
Still kind of tasty with half and half and sugar.
This one is finally gone! I’ve had it for so long and it’s gone! That’s ok. I need to finish more teas. I’ve always enjoyed this one. When brewed correctly it has a nice creamy vanilla flavor to it. It’ll be missed but probably not reordered anytime soon.
I must say once you figure out the right way to brew this…. It’s magic. So creamy and smooth. Lovely vanilla bean flavor. It’s almost gone D:
First of all, I need to address a pet peeve. Don’t give a tea a poor rating because “it’s bitter,” and then admit to over-steeping it. Good lord. Smh…
ANYWAY! This is my favorite tea from Mighty Leaf. I love it hot and iced. It’s a little bit fruity, a little bit floral with a sweet green tea base. Just an overall deliciously mellow, fruity green tea. I love it! (I’m drinking the loose tea version; Not tea bags.)
My first rooibos, and I love it! I have the loose tea version in a little tin I found at TJ Maxx for $1.99. Instructions are to pour 12 ounces of boiling water over 1 Tbsp of loose “tea” and steep for 5 minutes. I prefer my tea strong, so I added an extra teaspoon. The liqueur is a beautiful dark amber. The peppermint flavor is definitely there. The chocolate flavor is mild but present. Althought mild, I appreciate that it tastes like real chocolate, as opposed to most dessert teas which rely on artificial flavoring to get the “chocolate” point across. This is in my top 3 from Mighty Leaf!
Mint. I do get the mint out of this, but the rest of the title is not making an apperance in my cup. Where is the chocolate note, eh? Bah.
All said, its not dreadful or anything, I’m just not impressed. Not a lot of this, as I have a tiny amount. Still, it will be good to have it all sipped down and to move on to other non caf desert teas.
I didn’t know Mighty Leaf made a “North African Mint” version. I just had this while at Milestones. It’s my favourite version of green tea. This one was good for a tea bag version.
I normally only drink Mighty Leaf in restaurants because I prefer loose leaf and you can usually only order online from Mighty Leaf. But when in doubt at a restaurant, it is very flavourful.
I felt the need to drink something extra flavorful and fruity after eating some cardboard-y food. This was the first thing that popped into my mind, and it did the trick! I’ll probably also save the bag and cold brew some for later like I usually do with this tea.
Primarily coconut, with light florals on a dark oolong base that’s dry and just a little earthy. There’s not nearly enough orchid for this to be an orchid oolong.
The coconut gets a little cloying towards the bottom of the cup, and hangs nutty in the aftertaste. I like this, but I don’t love it, and I definitly don’t find this as one I could handle in large amounts (so in that way, it’s probably good that it’s only decent for about two steeps)
Thanks for the sample momo!
I am on a sipdown spree.
I dont regret buying or drinking this tea, but its in no way memorable. I will probably let it slip from my mind compleatly, with only Steepster as evidence that it ever graced my cupboard.
Backlogging from Sunday evening. I’ve been disappointed a lot lately with some new flavored teas that I’ve been trying, so I made a cup of this to remind myself that there are flavored teas that can really do it right. I love the juicy fruit flavors from this one. The white tea flavor is not as strong, but rather serves as a nice canvas for the fruitiness to shine. Anyway, this is definitely a staple in my cupboard.
Nice mango flavor, not too strong. This ice tea pouch is huge, I have gotten two infusions out of it, I may try for a third!
I dont find this particularly interesting. I dont get any lush fruitiness, or any intensity of chocolate.
What this is not, however, is bad. Its a perfectly acceptable black tea, with slight hints of….. something…. but the base is more then its additions.
Also, I noticed as I was dishing this out this morning that the tin has a picture of an orange on the front. Erm, shouldent it be a pear? Pears are rarely orange, round, and looking distinctly like a citrus.
I bought this as a mini tin of loose tea (just over 1 oz) at TJ Maxx. I steeped 1 Tbsp of loose tea in 12 oz of water, and added a bit of turbinado sugar. In lieu of paraphrasing other reviewers (they really hit the nail on the head), I’ll skip the flavor description and enjoy my cup while watching reruns of Malcolm in the Middle.