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  • “need to get cracking. Fell asleep drinking this but it was very much peppermint with just a hint of other things in the background – slightly disappointing in that sense, but a lovely mint tea...” Read full tasting note
  • “This is very minty! I like it. Not all that spicy, and a lot milder than expected. Almost reminds me of camomile which takes the bite out of the mint. I’m used to mint taking more of a background...” Read full tasting note

From Turmeric Teas

Cooling organic peppermint loose leaf tea with turmeric root.
A refreshing blend of peppermint tea with turmeric root, fennel and a touch of black pepper to cool off on a warm summer day or to simply unwind before bedtime. Caffeine free.

Ingredients: Organic peppermint, Organic turmeric root, Organic fennel, Organic black pepper.

Steeping instructions:

1 tsp / 95 ̊C / 5 minutes.

Makes approx. 20 8oz cups.
How to make Turmeric Tea

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9722 tasting notes

need to get cracking. Fell asleep drinking this but it was very much peppermint with just a hint of other things in the background – slightly disappointing in that sense, but a lovely mint tea otherwise.

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1759 tasting notes

This is very minty! I like it. Not all that spicy, and a lot milder than expected. Almost reminds me of camomile which takes the bite out of the mint.
I’m used to mint taking more of a background role, so it was nice to finally find a blend that uses it more front and centre without it being the main ingredient. So I guess, a mid note?

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