Mint Leaf Herbal

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Mint
Flavors
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Average preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “I bought samples of this with my last order. A few grams goes a long way with this one. So many leaves in the sample pouch! The scent is very strong, it almost blew me away with the mintiness...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Used the same amount of tea on this as I would have when making peppermint, 4 tsp of leaf. This tea was significantly weaker than my usual peppermint. It is good, just a little weak for my tastes....” Read full tasting note

From Teavivre

This herbal blend has strong spirited minty flavor. Seeing the panoramic view of tea leaves stretching in water which slowly becomes slight yellowish and breathing the refreshing aroma getting stronger over time is a relaxing pleasure of enjoying the harmony and tranquility of nature. You may never forget the cooling feeling after taking a sip. The mint tea was recommended as heath beverage in magazine Fitness. Let’s have a cup of 100% natural mint tea when you feel tired or after your midday rest to refresh your both mind and body.
Growing Area: Shangqiu city, Henan province
Production date: November 16, 2015
Appearance: Slightly curled, dried and fragile
Aroma: Pure and refreshing aroma
Liquor:Yellowish & green, clear
Mouthfeel:Cooling and refreshing minty flavors
Caffeine Scale:Caffeine free
Storage:Keep this tea away from high temperature, sunlight, moisture and abnormal taste in a airtight container.
Shelf Life:18 months
Tips:It is recommended to brew with rose.

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I bought samples of this with my last order. A few grams goes a long way with this one. So many leaves in the sample pouch! The scent is very strong, it almost blew me away with the mintiness right from the pouch! The leaves of mint aren’t too broken apart, which is a good thing, as it is already very strong. I figure the same rule applies to mint that applies to small leafed tea: stronger flavor. On Teavivre’s site they suggest 10 TABLEspoons of leaves for a teapot, which seems a little impossible. Even 10 teaspoons would be a lot. I went with 1/3 of a sample pouch of leaves for a mug which ended up being many teaspoons anyway. The taste is so complex, so many layers which is odd because it is simply leaves of peppermint! There is an earthiness, but also obviously a mint flavor, but then there must be a large amount of peppermint oil that lingers in my mouth as it is still very strong after drinking. I probably could have waited a few more minutes after boiling to steep, but the result is fine as is. Basically this was everything I was hoping from a mint leaf. Absolutely perfect herbal and I can definitely mix this with other teas! This could certainly be a mint herbal I’d stock up on, especially for my headaches. I should have went for a second steep with these leaves.
Steep #1 // 1/3 of a sample pouch for a full mug// few minutes after boiling // 3 minute steep

Maddy Barone

That sounds lovely. I really enjoy a pure mint herbal tea, but last time I was in the local tea shop I forgot to pick up any. This one sounds very nice.

tea-sipper

you should give it a try if you ever order from teavivre!

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1758 tasting notes

Used the same amount of tea on this as I would have when making peppermint, 4 tsp of leaf. This tea was significantly weaker than my usual peppermint. It is good, just a little weak for my tastes. Next time I make this I will try increasing the leaf to 6 tsp leaf and see how it is. The aroma of the dry leaf was very strong, stronger it turns out than the taste. I will avoid giving this a rating until I get the leaf to water ratio right.

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 4 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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