I love this tea.
This is a great herbal hot or iced.
“I had this with dinner at a restaurant the other day and really loved it. The citrus is bright, the mint is strong, and it’s just super tasty all around. It actually went quite nicely with...” Read full tasting note
“I really thought I already logged this one but here goes (again) I needed something to get rid of the super tarty hibiscus from my last cuppa. This did the trick! More Minty than Citrus but that...” Read full tasting note
“I hadn’t read this part of the description: “the menthol in peppermint is a good expectorant and decongestant, explaining why mint teas are so wonderful when you have a cold or...” Read full tasting note
“Steep Information: Amount: 1 teabag Water: filtered, boiling, 6 ounces Steep Time: a little over 3 minutes Served: Hot Tasting Notes: Dry Leaf Smell: peppermint gum Steeped Tea Smell: peppermint...” Read full tasting note
Our peppermint is grown in Eastern Europe while much of our citrus comes from Spain
Thought by some archaeologists to be one of the oldest medicines in the world, peppermint is now known for its soothing effects on the digestive system. Additionally, the menthol in peppermint is a good expectorant and decongestant, explaining why mint teas are so wonderful when you have a cold or flu.
Steep for 5 minutes, 208°F
For stronger flavor, steep longer.
peppermint, lemon peel
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This was tucked under some other tea in my Forte sampler pack and thank the Flying Spaghetti Monster I found it because I was in desperate need of some herbal tea tonight. Brought the water to a full boil and let this sit for a little over five minutes. Bliss. The mint is refreshing and I got the slightest hint of that citrus flavor. Not enough to bring any bitterness to the table. Like a breath of fresh air. Just what I needed.