Cold Brew Mint Green Tea

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Two all natural mints, peppermint and spearmint were cut and blended with our Sencha tea leaves. The mint has a relaxing and calming effect and is a great thirst quencher.

These large 5 gram teabags contain specially steamed and fired Sencha leaves which have been blended with a hint of Matcha. Specially processed to brew in cold water, just add a bag to a 20 oz bottle of water shake and let infuse for a few hours and you’re ready to go!

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These are ingenious and delicious! I placed my first order from Culinary Teas last week and opted for these as they are on sale in May. These work well – I also mixed with matcha powder (more on that later). I actually don’t let them sit for the recommended 4-5 hours, I just brew for an hour or so and go. Delish! Cold mint green tea has to be one of my favorite things on Earth.


Had my eye on these thanks for letting me know!


I’ve got to try the Mango ones next! :)

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This stuff is AWESOME! I was skeptical – I always am when I encounter a tea bag. But, this is really good, and really easy. I brewed it overnight… and my half gallon pitcher is already almost gone – it is so delicious.

Minty but not overwhelmingly so, Sweet, buttery Sencha – not so heavy on the vegetative taste but there is some there… and a hint of smooth Matcha. Deliciously sweet without any additions except for maybe a couple of ice cubes. I like the combination of the buttery note from the Sencha and the minty combination of peppermint and spearmint. It is really good.

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This has been getting me through those really tough days at work. You know the ones where all you really want to do is be home… The mint is very refreshing and a bit calming too. Which is just what I’ll need this weekend. The college I work for is hosting Reunion this weekend. So there are a lot of wonderful women returning to campus BUT sometimes they have some interesting requests that cannot always be granted. So mint green take me away!


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