I’m a bit on the fence about this tea.
I tried it today for the first time. I brewed it for three minutes, as per the instructions. It did say to brew to taste, though, so feel free to experiment.
I’m undecided about this tea because it had a very strong, bold peppermint base. And while that’s typical for this herb, I was a little disappointed on the first sip. But by the second cup, I tasted a softer and subtler note.
The nettle was there – but hidden between layers of mint. I had bought this tea because I hoped it would be a little more unusual than your average herbal tea. It didn’t have the brilliant impact I was hoping for. But I think, with a little tweaking and some science, this tea could become a reliable, loyal herbal tea in my cupboard.