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Your Mint Tea Journey

The uplifting and refreshing taste of Mint Tea adds a crisp body to several of our signature blends of herbal, black, and green tea, as well as our traditional Moroccan Mint Tea. Our spearmint and peppermint are grown in the USA. These herbs are known to naturally aid in digestion and may help to soothe an upset stomach.

Our gourmet loose leaf Peppermint Tea is naturally sweet and delicious on it’s own. If you’d like to try it in an herbal blend, our 3 PM Flat Belly and Sugar Tamer have perfected the blend of hibiscus, peppermint, and licorice root, creating an enchantingly sweet and powerful flavor. And the refreshing lemon and floral notes in Pink Rose Lemonade are brightened with a spearmint kick.

Pink Rose Lemonade

Another great flavor combination is mint and chocolate. Our Choco-Mint Truffle’s fresh peppermint gives the black whole leaf tea base a minty fresh aroma to every sip. For a subtle hint of chocolate notes, try our Grasshopper Green blend of Hojicha roasted green tea and peppermint. There’s no chocolate flavor added, but the natural sweetness of the peppermint leaves pulls chocolate notes from the roasted green tea.

For a taste of traditional mint tea, our Moroccan Mint is true to the classic, a strong and smoky rolled green gunpowder tea with bright uplifting spearmint leaves. In Morocco, mint tea is enjoyed throughout the day, served anytime there are guests, a business gathering, or of course, whenever people are just thirsty. It’s the main thirst quencher in the Sahara, after water, and is thus the most popular tea throughout North Africa. Morocco is considered to be the largest importer of the Chinese green tea worldwide. Moroccan mint tea is commonly steeped three times, and the amount of time the tea has been steeping gives each of the three infusions a unique flavor, referenced in a famous proverb about the tea: The first glass is as gentle as life, the second glass is as strong as love, the third glass is as bitter as death…

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