Premium whole-leaf Certified Organic Peppermint "Tea" assures you the freshest flavor and complete peace of mind. Certified free of pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and other added chemicals, flavors and sweeteners. It is unprocessed, so you enjoy all the pure, natural freshness of our exceptional organic Peppermint Tea.
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"Tea," but not really Tea? You will notice that we always place quotation marks around the word "tea" when referring to our Peppermint "tea." That is because technically, mint "tea" is not a true tea. It is actually an infusion and although most of us refer to it as an "herbal tea," it is really not tea at all. Technically for something to be called "tea," it must come from the Camellia sinensis plant. That plant is responsible for all the green, black, oolong and other varieties of tea. Beverages that are made by infusing other plants are more properly referred to as Herbal Infusions or Tisanes, but no matter what you call it, our Peppermint "Tea" is a uniquely refreshing treat. American Peppermint from The Pacific Northwest. Our Peppermint is cultivated in the moist, nutrient-rich soil of America's Pacific Northwest where botanical experts claim the world's finest organic Peppermint is found. We exclusively use premium whole-leaf Certified Organic Peppermint, which assures you the freshest flavor and complete peace of mind. Our Peppermint is certified free of pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and other added chemicals, flavors and sweeteners. It is unprocessed, so you enjoy all the pure, natural freshness of our exceptional organic Peppermint in each natural biodegradable tea sachet. Peppermint: Nature's Freshest Flavor and Fragrance. There are more than two dozen species of plants in the mint family. Peppermint, (Mentha piperita), is a hybrid combination of spearmint and water mint and is, without question, the most popular of all varieties of mint. Traditionally, Peppermint has been used not just for its uniquely fresh aroma and flavor, but also for its soothing properties, particularly for the digestive system. These calming properties have been recognized for thousands of years by diverse cultures around the world. Today, we find Peppermint in everything from breath mints and tooth paste to chewing gum, mouthwash and air fresheners. Peppermint is truly one of Mother Nature's great gifts and our naturally caffeine-free Organic Peppermint makes it easy to see why it has been revered for centuries.
For a soothing, refreshing herbal "tea," place one Organic Peppermint sachet in a cup and add pure water just short of boiling. Steep for approximately 5 minutes and then allow to cool and enjoy. Of course, feel free to vary the amount of water used or modify the brewing time to adjust the strength of the "tea." You can also add ice or refrigerate to make a delicious, refreshing iced mint "tea." It also mixes perfectly with green tea and chamomile "tea" to enhance their respective flavors.
Based on 5 reviews
I love the taste of this tea . put a pack in a glass of water mixed sit around and drink a little bit and I didn't like it so I put two packs in a gallon jug and let it sit in the frigerator for a day it was delicious
By Candace, WI on 5/2/2020
love it !
I love this tea, it has a strong peppermint taste and smell, the best peppermint tea ever, even better than from teavana tea store. Definitely worth the money. I'll re buy again.
By Olena, NV on 5/7/2014
tea lover loves this tea!
I love this tea, definitely worth the money, I will buy it again. Thanks a lot.
By Olena, NV on 4/30/2014
Love this tea
Im addicted to this tea and I haven't had it but a few weeks.
I like peppermint so the taste is good, its soothing on the stomach.
I like it it hot or cold, make a thermos a day.
By Patricia, IL on 10/11/2013