Organic Peppermint Three Root Tea

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Organic Peppermint Three Root Tea is an exclusive blend of organic Rhodiola, Ashwagandha and Shisandra combined with fresh and full natural peppermint leaves. This unique tea is expertly combined to provide the highest level of healing properties in order to relieve stress, restore energy and boost the immune system. Rhodiola, an herb whose medicinal use dates back thousands of years, is referred to as the “Golden Root” in traditional Chinese medicine and is effective in improving energy and increasing endurance during exercise. Ashwagandha is also known as "Indian ginseng” and is said to be effective in enhancing physical strength, mental health and restoring energy. Like Rhodiola, it is an adaptogen and can help promote the body’s ability to adjust to physiological, emotional and mental stressors. In Chinese medicine, Schisandra has been used for centuries to relieve disorders with the liver by increasing bile production to aid the gastrointestinal tract. Adaptogen properties in Schisandra help stabilize the body during stressful times to ensure normal bodily functions while building resistance to illness and helping the immune system fight infection. When blended in the right combinations the flavor will have a burst of refreshing mint that will offer sweetness and brighten the light earthiness of the Rhodiola while enhancing the tart yet fruity zing of the Schisandra berry and allowing these ingredients to work in tandem and provide you with a healthful and refreshing organic beverage to aid in living a healthier life.

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This tea is an odd one for sure. But when I saw it on Nature’s Tea Leaf site I felt compelled to try it. I love mint and it just seemed so unique! And I know a lot of people here are against the pseudo-science health benefits attached to tea but personally I’ve found that at least in terms of digestive issues they’re quite helpful! So why not give a traditional health blend a shot?

The smell of this brings back memories. When I was little I absolutely loved going to Chinatown (not that this has changed at all haha) and my aunt works in the NYC courthouses, which are about 4 blocks away so sometimes she’d take me to work and then to explore the winding streets of Chinatown. Now I know it’s not that big in size, but when I was a kid it was a huge, mystical land full of magic and adventure. Everything was wonderfully foreign and I loved going into the big grocery stores and peering into every jar of spices and herbs. This tea smells like that, medicinal but also quite pleasant and homey.

The taste is… odd. Not bad odd, but it’s really unique and hard to wrap my head around. The mint is very present but not assertive, definitely with the sweetness I associate with peppermint. The 3 roots add some incredibly complex flavors—it’s tart, fruity, with a berry-like sweetness and then a bit bitter (not in a bad way, akin to grapefruit juice) followed by a deep earthiness that reminds me of wet moss. You know the smell of the woods after rain in spring? Like that. Then at the end, suddenly pepper! It’s a whole taste adventure in a single tea.

And, best of all, it definitely did sooth my nausea a fair bit. Hooray! Definitely a winner, if just for the bizarre but pleasant adventure it took me on. Thanks to Nature’s Tea Leaf for the chance to try this!

Kasumi no Chajin

this is going on my shopping list! I just added a different tea, also from NTL and unusual to my cupboard, a Parsley white tea


I have some of this, though I haven’t gotten around to trying it. I’m a bit intimidated by it actually so thanks for doing this review.

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This tea is from the “here’s hoping” teabox.

Peppermint3root seems a tea I wouldn’t order, but upon smelling, ehh smells good, why not try? The peppermint smells nice and there’s kinda a marshmallow root smell going on too.

Taste? Wahhh! It’s minty, slightly tart mix of hibiscus and berries, with an unusual medicinal dirt earthy flavor – finishing off slightly sweet. I can drink medicinal like flavors, but that rooty dirt flavor mixed with fruity isn’t for me. Back in the teabox it goes! But either way, happy to of tried it.

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From the HH teabox! Many odd ingredients here! Brewed, the steep color is light and the flavor is a bit tart and minty. I didn’t love the tart berries that I’ve had before. Not for me but seems healthy!

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Tea #4 from the HHTTB

tasty. finally. And, of course, a tea that I like would be one that is not one of the steepster big hits. Yep, that’s me, always a rebel. ٩(^ᴗ^)۶

The mint in this isn’t very loud, but that’s ok. I selected it because I like mint teas and I like this one, so that’s the important thing. I like that none of the flavors are offensive. Absolutely nothing leaving a questionable aftertaste (really big deal for me). It’s cozy and herbal with a dash of pepper. Strange sounding health-herbs? sign me up! I don’t act as crazy new-agy as I did when I was younger, but those traits still reside in me nonetheless. I can’t help but think myself something like Topanga from boy meets world. She admits that she was the strangest girl ever before ‘growing up.’ Incidentally, for a very brief period of time at a school I only attended for a few months, several kids did refer to me by that name. I really was a weird kid, for sure. :)

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I was tempted to try this one as well. Ha ha, but decided against it. Glad you enjoyed it.

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