As others have said the mint overpowers the spice and as a result it tastes like old chewing gum.
Just about drinkable when you add sugar but defiantly not something I would look forward to after a long day.
“Backlog: This was your average spearmint tea (fresh and minty) with a touch of a spicy cinnamon and a somewhat sweet taste..almost licorice. First sips were fine but it seemed that the more I drank...” Read full tasting note
“The first tea I have ever tried and liked! It converted me from a coffee lover to a coffee and tea lover! :)” Read full tasting note
“Well I have recently found that I quite like mint teas and since I’m also a fan of spices I made an assumption that the two together in some sort of tea format must be a winner. Well it seems...” Read full tasting note
“Love it!” Read full tasting note
Lipton Morocco Mint & Spices Tea.
Why does Lipton Morocco Mint & Spices infusion taste so good? Because the roomy pyramid bag lets the real pieces of aromatic herbs and spices infuse beautifully.
Exhilarating flavours, naturally caffeine free.
It's Lipton,. They're pretty big.
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