Peppermint

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Herbal Tea
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195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 15 sec 8 oz / 250 ml

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Calm your mind and your senses with a cup of fragrant LIPTON Peppermint Herbal Tea. This all natural tea has no caffeine so it soothes every part of you.

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1768 tasting notes

Not my favorite peppermint by far, but handy during the day. Hoping it does something to lighten a wicked headache.

Just curious — best headache-cure tea you ’ve encountered?

Mercuryhime

Sleep is the only thing that works for me. If it’s a stress headache, maybe try some relaxing herbs like chamomile or lavender. Feel better.

JacquelineM

I was going to say the same as Mercuryhime – closing my eyes for sometimes as little as 15 minutes can get rid of a headache for me. I try to do that and if it doesn’t work – advil or aleve. It usually does not come to taking medicine, though!

gmathis

I’m overbudget on the pharmaceuticals of late; been alternating peppermint with chamomile and it may be lightening just a tetch. Lavender bath sounds nice…that may have to go on the evening agenda.

Jenn

I’m with Mercuryhime and JacquelineM sleep is a huge help if you can get it. Peppermint oil on you temples, a hot bath, and DAVIDsTEA Mother’s Little Helper has worked for me in the past. (((Suck it headache hugs)))

The Purrfect Cup

Sleep is always good. But I’ve made my own mix of spearmint and chamomile and I prefer the spearmint to peppermint. It helps (using it to wash down a little advil never hurt either). Hope you feel better.

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186 tasting notes

Christmas day, w00t! Merry Christmas, Steepster (even though it’s nearly 1 am here and that’d make it December 26th, but who’s counting?!)!

LOTS of tea given to me as presents today! My TeaGschwendner order and Harney & Sons order were sitting under my tree, wrapped by my mom. And the boyfriend suprised me with a bunch of stuff, including the Art of Tea Dessert sampler I was eyeing in the Steepster Select a few days ago! YAY! Can I say yay again? YAY! Super-over-abundance of tea.

Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to drink a lot today at all, since I was out for most of the day. But I did manage to have some of this peppermint during dessert time at my aunt’s house. Honestly, this tasted pretty much like nothing. No flavor whatsoever. I could have cared less, though, because I was eating my mom’s famous apricot tarts and my aunt’s walnut tarts, so it really didn’t make a difference WHAT I was drinking.

But much Christmas happiness overall!

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
takgoti

Yay for Christmas! Yay for tea! Even more yay for tea presents! And yay for nommy food! Yay yay yay yay yay!

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111 tasting notes

I drank this afternoon at the office, trying to compensate for yesterday’s caffeine overdose that kept me awake half of the night.
It wasn’t great, not a lot of flavors. The little flavors you get from this tea-bag does not taste like fresh peppermint, but felt as if the bag was very old and had been forgotten in a cupboard for years (which is definitely not the case given my colleagues consumption of this brew). I’m sure a second cup with the same tea-bag would be extremely watery.
A very basic herbal tea, not bad-tasting, whose main advantage is that it’s widely available and rather cheap.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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1603 tasting notes

meh. lipton was the only tea at the hospital.. so i chose this.

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6770 tasting notes

Stereotypical Lipton. Stereotypical Peppermint Bagged Tag. However, this specific one sure brings back memories of my childhood when my Grandmother first got me into TEA at the age of 3…so for that reason alone I will be scoring it higher than I normally would…teehee…or should I say TEAHEE

Preparation
5 min, 30 sec

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52 tasting notes

When I first tried this tea, I have to say, I concur whole-heartedly with one of the other tasting notes. It’s a stereotypical peppermint tea bag flavour.

It has a nice enough colour, and smells like peppermint, but when it comes to taste, this tea is pretty lack-luster. I am on a quest to find my favourite peppermint tea, and to be honest I probably wouldn’t buy this tea again. Perhaps, because it was only kept in cardboard it easily became stale, but I felt a little lost while drinking this tea.

Sadly, I feel like not a whole lot can improve this tea, and while this might just be a matter of personal taste, I’m hoping this isn’t a typical tea for the Lipton brand.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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15 tasting notes

All in all this isn’t my favorite peppermint that i’ve come across in my time, but I say for what it is it’s alright.

Preparation
2 min, 30 sec

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10 tasting notes

Peppermint tea is the best when you’re completely stressed out. It’s warming and refreshing at the same time. It’s the ultimate comfort. Three cups and you’re good to face the world. (Based on my experiences.)

Preparation
165 °F / 73 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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1015 tasting notes

I forgot that I drank this yesterday morning after waking up with a horrible sore throat. I am not fond of this tea but my throat felt better afterward.

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