Peppermint Herbal Infusion

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A unique, buttery peppermint that will awaken your senses. Crisp and totally satisfying.

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Tremendous!

Unlike any other straight-up Peppermint I have tried!

What’s different about this one – you might ask…well, let me tell you…

This smells like a chewy-black tea and peppermint but it’s JUST peppermint…not a black tea. I LOVE the aroma with the chewy-bakey-cakey-ness to it!

It infuses fairly dark…about a medium green-brown. The taste is minty but oddly creamy too and I REALLY like that about this offering! It’s truly one-of-a-kind and minty-fresh but with a little extra something! It’s hard to believe Peppermint Leaves are the only ingredient!

Awesome!

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I must agree with TeaEqualsBliss assessment – this really is a different peppermint. It has a deeper, more complex background that made me double check the label to make sure it was 100% pure peppermint and not a black tea/peppermint blend. It has a solid flavor to it, not just minty (which of course it IS minty). It has a smoothness to it. It is rich and delicious. I’m really liking it.

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So, I opened the little plastic bag expecting the usual blast in the face of peppermint, but there was none, cautiously I stuck my nose close to the bag and still there was pretty much nothing. Only a hint of mintiness and a tiny bit of herbaceous notes, like sage, it does not smell like any mint that I am familiar with. Brewing the mint brings out just a tiny bit more of the mint smells and more of this odd green herbaceous tone. It is like someone took a mint plant and removed all of the mint and just left the herb.

I am a bit apprehensive, I love mint, I drink it a lot for nausea, headaches, and clearing my sinuses, it is one of my favorite teas to drink in the summer and I love having different mints in herbal blends. This tea does not look or smell like peppermint, it does not taste like peppermint, in fact I would go as far as to say this might be the worst mint tea I have ever had. But I am also intrigued by it because it does not taste like mint, I honestly feel as though someone is trolling me! It tastes like a blend of very old mint, sage, pepper, and spinach. I did not like this tea, but I think it might be because it does not taste or smell like what I expect it to, if I was given this blind I might like it, if anything this tea is a lesson in never go into a tasting expecting something to taste or smell a certain way, it can color your opinion of things.

For blog and photos: http://ramblingbutterflythoughts.blogspot.com/2015/02/a-teatulia-tea-review-feature-part-two.html

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