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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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Gunpowder green tea with exhilarating peppermint, a floral note of jasmine and the tang of lemon peel will grant your wish for a cooling and thirst quenching tea.

Ingredients: Sri Lankan green tea, peppermint, lemon peel, orange peel, jasmine flower

Steep in boiling water for 2.5-3 minutes.

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Haven’t had good peppermint tea for a while, so I am really happy with this tea! It’s been in my cupboard for almost a year and I’ve just realized that it’s going to expire! The dry leaves smell fascinatingly minty – I think I will be happy sniffing the bag of tea leaves for a whole day (this sounds really perverted doesn’t it? :P)

When brewed, it doesn’t disappoint – wonderful peppermint flavour with a hint of lemon and orange oil. I like pure peppermint cos I really hate it when other ingredients steal the show, but this well-balanced blend shows me that a bit of variation won’t hurt as long as you have the right formula :) It reminds me of my adventurous trip in Morocco! I am so going to try it with honey and orange flower water, as suggested by Steepsterite Siberia!

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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This tea is fantastic served Moroccan style with a generous helping of honey and a splash of orange flower water. The jasmine combined with mint makes for a wonderful aroma, relaxing and refreshing at the same time. Nice afternoon tea.

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Delicious and refreshing, balance of peppermint with other elements of the tea is nearly just right.

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