Who doesn't love a cup of peppermint tea? We can't think of anyone. It's a lovely mood booster and promotes relaxation. How does it do that?! Magic! Peppermint aids digestion, is anti inflammatory, and helps ease stomach discomfort, nausea & menstrual cramps.
1 oz (12+ servings *see "how to use")
2 oz (24+ servings *see "how to use")
*Some herbs are very light weight so it's important to note the number of servings. Good teas can be steeped at least twice, so 1 oz of this blend will give you at least 24 servings if you steep twice; 2 oz would give you 48 servings.
organic peppermint leaves
how to use
How you make your tea is a very personal thing. We do find, though, that certain things work better for certain teas. Our recommendation for preparing peppermint tea is to bring 8-10 oz of filtered water to 160°, pour it over 1 tablespoon of tea leaves, and let it steep for 3-4 minutes, then strain. Peppermint is great when added to other teas as well. We encourage you to experiment
*Quality teas can typically be steeped 2-3 times
Our favorite way to make tea is in a small french press. Reusable tea bags, tea balls and tea strainers are also great for loose teas.