World Peace

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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 45 sec

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  • “Just tried this while on vacation in DC. All I tasted was peppermint. Good. But just peppermint.” Read full tasting note
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    mindala 124 tasting notes
  • “This was the tisane that drew me over to the herbal dark side. I used to poo-poo tisanes until I tried World Peace. The blend of peppermint and licorice makes it great for bedtime, colds, and upset...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Had this at a restaurant recently--absolutely lovely. Even without sugar it had a naturally sweet-ish flavor. I'm rather biased towards spicy teas, so I loved this one. I'll have to buy some soon.” Read full tasting note
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    Ascad 2 tasting notes
  • “this past week when i was in seattle, a friend gave me a bag (1.5 k) of world peace tea from a company called teahousechoice.com that he had in his shop after a quick brew( der water was at 92c) ...” Read full tasting note
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    foxytrails 1 tasting notes

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Licorice root, cloves and lots of organic peppermint, making this great for clearing up congestion and cold symptoms.

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4 Tasting Notes

90
124 tasting notes

Just tried this while on vacation in DC. All I tasted was peppermint. Good. But just peppermint.

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6 min, 45 sec

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This was the tisane that drew me over to the herbal dark side. I used to poo-poo tisanes until I tried World Peace. The blend of peppermint and licorice makes it great for bedtime, colds, and upset stomachs. It makes an excellent summertime iced tea, too, especially when it’s a billion degrees out. I bet it makes a good toner, too, if you used distilled water. Delish!

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 15 sec
Angrboda

My colleagues drink a lot of this everyday. Except their blend doesn’t have cloves, just peppermint and liquorice root. In the shop they buy it in, it’s called The Hairdresser’s Blend, and it’s the absolutely most popular herbal that they’ve got there. I’ve never heard of it from anywhere else before though, but I KNEW it couldn’t be a local phenomenon. :)

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Had this at a restaurant recently—absolutely lovely. Even without sugar it had a naturally sweet-ish flavor. I’m rather biased towards spicy teas, so I loved this one. I’ll have to buy some soon.

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this past week when i was in seattle, a friend gave me a bag (1.5 k) of world peace tea from a company called teahousechoice.com that he had in his shop after a quick brew( der water was at 92c) with an regular tea ball i gave it a try and it was wonderful, good strong pepermint mit licorice und a good hint of clove. it ist a good pick up after a long trip down the cost ( i currently live in las vegas) .

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195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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