Break Time

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175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “I'm a mint fan, but I prefer spearmint over peppermint or wintergreen. That gave this tea an advantage. When you open the package, you're hit with a fragrance of clean and slightly sweet mint-...” Read full tasting note
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Zhenmei Green Tea blended with Chamomile, Spearmint, and Licorice Root. Having a long day? You need some time to relax on your own. Loosening up is easy with Break Time. Green Tea and mint freshen you up. Then, chamomile cools your mood while licorice root adds a bit of sweetness. Before life gets you down, make time for a break.

Cures for stress are usually expensive. Have gimmicks and gadgets ruined your long, hot showers? Is your local watering hole now an urban hot spot with apple-tinis? Stop, drop it all, and have a cup of Break Time.

The smell and taste of this tea are both cool and soothing. The lightly sweet taste is all you need to take relaxation back.

Ingredients: “Zhen Mei” green tea, chamomile, spearmint, licorice root.

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I’m a mint fan, but I prefer spearmint over peppermint or wintergreen. That gave this tea an advantage.

When you open the package, you’re hit with a fragrance of clean and slightly sweet mint- like opening a new pack of Wrigley’s. The chamomile has the same large, fluffy buds I’ve come to expect from Shui Tea.

Prepared, I was surprised by the taste and how much the mint took a back seat to the chamomile. Also, I’d say this is more a herbal tea with green tea as one component as opposed to a flavored green tea. This is actually a rather interesting combination. It’s calming from the homey herbals, but the mint perks it up making this great for a relaxing afternoon.

Also, the ingredients list includes licorice. I can tell it’s there but more by feel than taste. I would maybe amp that up just a tad so you get more of a sweet, cooling finish.

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175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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