Mint Medley

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Mint, Peppermint
Flavors
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Loose Leaf, Sachet
Caffeine
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Edit tea info Last updated by Shelley_Lorraine
Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 8 min or more

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  • “I was going through my personal tea rating spreadsheet and I noticed that I didn't have this one rated. . which means I haven't logged it here yet. This has been my go-to tea for the past month or...” Read full tasting note
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From Bamboo Leaf Tea

Ahhh mint, this tasty blend is sure to wake up your senses. This is a blend of mint leaves and Bamboo Leaf Tea that adds a cool and refreshing flavor to any part of your day. Bamboo has the highest vegitative silica content of any plant. Silica promotes hair and nail growth as well as adding strength and flexability to all parts of your body. Silica is not common in foods that we eat. Our biggest source used to be dairy and meat but that was when our livestock was primarily grazed. Bamboo is also very fibrous and the tea contains 4% soluble fiber. Soluble fiber helps to relax your digestive system and so is good for people who have stomach tension. Bamboo also contains antioxidants.

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I was going through my personal tea rating spreadsheet and I noticed that I didn’t have this one rated. . which means I haven’t logged it here yet. This has been my go-to tea for the past month or so. I only have a few sachets left and I can’t get anymore until mid july because everything is out of stock until the bamboo harvest is over. (OK, so there’s a bit of a money issue on my side, but I want tea dammit! surely this counts as a necessity - and with the new blends showing up from some of my favorite places, I feel an irresponsible splurge coming on ;) )

I’ve already made it known that I love mint, so I am biased to rating most mint blends pretty high. As far as being a blend goes, the peppermint drowns out most of the bamboo flavor. This could be a good thing for anyone who wants bamboo for the health benefits, but who doesn’t like the flavor. I like plain bamboo and I like mint, so its all good to me no matter what. I started getting bamboo tea when I heard how good it is for skin and hair. Grow hair grow! (so close to waist atm :) )

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 8 min or more

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