Peppermint Leaf, Organic

Tea type
Herbal Tea
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Flavors
Mint, Peppermint
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Edit tea info Last updated by Dylan Oxford
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 15 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “I think you would be hard pressed, especially in the tea-drinking community, to find someone who was not at least passably familiar with peppermint. Maybe not a fan, but at least familiar. I've...” Read full tasting note
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    telepathboy 185 tasting notes
  • “I have been meaning to write a note on this for a while. My hubby and I love this peppermint--it makes an absolutely WONDERFUL cup of strong, sweet, fresh, invigorating, and delicious "tea." I also...” Read full tasting note
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    Charissa 67 tasting notes
  • “I always keep Peppermint Tea in my cupboard, and drink a cup almost everyday. It's a standard everyday tea for me. I'm not usually very picky about where I get it from, but I will probably buy...” Read full tasting note
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    rosebudmelissa 83 tasting notes

From Mountain Rose Herbs

Mentha piperita Origin- USA

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185 tasting notes

I think you would be hard pressed, especially in the tea-drinking community, to find someone who was not at least passably familiar with peppermint. Maybe not a fan, but at least familiar.

I’ve decided that there are certain blends of herbs, teas, other such things that I wanted to try my own hand at making. However, I’m pretty self-aware in what I’m lacking, which is a base understanding of what particular ingredients truly taste like. And if I’m going to do this, I need to do it right, and that starts at the basics: stop and understand, truly understand, what each ingredient tastes like.

And what better to start with than something as ubiquitous as peppermint?

The smell of the dry leaf is truly wondrous and powerful. Though, it is an 8 oz bag, so it’s a LOT of mint (think if you stacked three bricks on top of each other, and that’s the approximate size of this bag of peppermint). The smell is sweet, lush and foresty. It feels cool on your nose at first, but with a sharpness at the end. Invigorating.

While steeping, that aroma begins to fill the room, and I find myself challenging my first preconception: the liquor is not green. It’s actually a reddish-amber color, that deepens to an auburn-brown as it steeps. Darker than I expected, more of an earthiness to the color.

The smell of the brew is significantly less powerful than the smell of the dry leaf. It is still sweet and foresty, but the cooling sharpness has mellowed to a more agreeable level.

The taste is sweet and pleasant, Sharp, fresh, cooling. The taste has similar qualities to pine, but less abrasive, muted, like a pine forest after a rain. Powerful from start to finish, from the moment it crosses your lips, to the lingering chill that it leaves well after you’ve swallowed.

This is so amazingly good. I’ve never had fresh, straight, high quality peppermint tea before… and this really blew me away.

I think I’m going to have fun with this.

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more
Scatterbrain

What’s even more satisfying then blending your own teas is growing some of the ingredients. It’s just really cool to know that the tea in your cup was grown from seed by your own hand, it’s something I just took up this year. I’m finding that a lot of herbal tea staples such as peppermint, chamomile and lemongrass are very easy to grow.

Uniquity

I looooooove plain mint “tea.” Mmmm!

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I have been meaning to write a note on this for a while. My hubby and I love this peppermint—it makes an absolutely WONDERFUL cup of strong, sweet, fresh, invigorating, and delicious “tea.” I also enjoy mixing it with my real teas (see tasting note on White Peony).

I have a lot I could say about this peppermint, but I would be repeating everything that Dylan Oxford wrote in his very thorough and very excellent tasting note. He pretty much nails it with his detailed description of the powerful scent of the dry leaves, the fresh aroma of the leaves as they are steeping, and finally, the lovely, full minty taste of the brew itself.

Whether you have this by itself or as a mix-in with other herbs or teas, it is definitely a must-have for mint-lovers. I have tried other peppermint teas (mainly the teabag varieties like Stash, Celestial Seasonings, etc.) but this refreshing leaf is the finest, strongest, and freshest tasting tisane I have ever had.

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

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83 tasting notes

I always keep Peppermint Tea in my cupboard, and drink a cup almost everyday. It’s a standard everyday tea for me. I’m not usually very picky about where I get it from, but I will probably buy primarily from Mountain Rose Herbs in the future. Their peppermint is both very cost effective (4 ounces is quite a lot of tea), and unlike most peppermint I’ve had, it doesn’t seem to become bitter if I leave it sitting in the cup after steeping.

Flavors: Mint, Peppermint

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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