Wonderful for colds & flu. Inhaling the steam is as therapeutic as drinking it.
“I drank this tea last night to help soothe my stomach after it had a “run-in” with a tea that didn’t agree with me. This refresh tea eventually helped to ease my discomfort. I finished the last...” Read full tasting note
“So today was my engineer ceremony woot! I am now officially an engineer (in training, but an engineer nonetheless). So a pretty exciting day, busy, but they did have some tea there, a Tazo...” Read full tasting note
“Bought this last winter when I had a really bad cold. I like it better now that it is more leaf in a sachet than the prior tea bag form. Nice minty relief. Great relief for a sore throat and...” Read full tasting note
“Today my tea making experience was the epitome of teamwork! I poured soy, boyfriend poured water, I added mate bags, he topped me off with mint bags. I was too delighted he was helping to comment...” Read full tasting note
One of Tazo’s Herbal Infusions, Refresh™ is a blend of northwest grown peppermint and spearmint leaves and features the sweet licorice-like taste of tarragon.
Even though this type of beverage is often described as an herbal tea, there is actually no tea in it at all. Instead it’s a blend of leaves and herbs that has been used for centuries to enhance health and well being. As a result, it contains no caffeine.
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My acupuncturist told me I could stop drinking mint tea if I became a monk and lived in a state of constant meditation. That ain’t happening any time soon so for now I drink Refresh. This tea is delish. I drink 2-3 cups of this a day. It always makes me feel calm and balanced. It also sooths my stomach on days after tequila shots (like today!). Just be careful not to let it steep too long (2 minutes tops) and don’t ringout the bag into your cup. It’s super bitter for some reason.