Caffeine Level: None

Tea Type: Herbal

Ingredients: Peppermint, licorice, clove

ORIGIN:

 USA, China, Madgascar

THE STORY OF WILDEST MINTS

The main ingredient of this calming blend is peppermint, this herb has several millennia of history. There are records that show Peppermint was used by the ancient Egyptians around 1,000 B.C. The Romans grew peppermint gardens for its use as a digestive aid they also used it as a grown cover between the stepping stone pathways. The Japanese valued it so highly that they carried peppermint in small silver boxes that hung from their belt. Peppermint was first described by Carl Linnaeus in 1753 as a hybrid between water mint and spearmint. Today this plant is cultivated in many regions of the world.

The second ingredient is licorice root, a plant native to southeast Europe and southwest Asia. It brings a natural sweetness to this blend and is valued by both eastern and western medicine for its anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory and “harmonizing” properties.
Finally, the cloves. These aromatic dried flower buds used in Asian, African, Mexican, Near and Middle East cuisine add just the right spice balance to this blend.

The main ingredient of this calming blend is peppermint, this herb has several millennia of history
The second ingredient is licorice root, a plant native to southeast Europe and southwest Asia
Finally, the cloves. These aromatic dried flower buds used in Asian, African, Mexican, Near and Middle East cuisine
The taste is strong in mint with a gentle warmth form the cloves and the natural sweetness from the licorice.

THE STORY OF WILDEST MINTS

The main ingredient of this calming blend is peppermint, this herb has several millennia of history. There are records that show Peppermint was used by the ancient Egyptians around 1,000 B.C. The Romans grew peppermint gardens for its use as a digestive aid they also used it as a grown cover between the stepping stone pathways. The Japanese valued it so highly that they carried peppermint in small silver boxes that hung from their belt. Peppermint was first described by Carl Linnaeus in 1753 as a hybrid between water mint and spearmint. Today this plant is cultivated in many regions of the world.

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The second ingredient is licorice root, a plant native to southeast Europe and southwest Asia. It brings a natural sweetness to this blend and is valued by both eastern and western medicine for its anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory and “harmonizing” properties.
Finally, the cloves. These aromatic dried flower buds used in Asian, African, Mexican, Near and Middle East cuisine add just the right spice balance to this blend.

Preparation Instructions

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The Experience

DRY LEAVES

Aroma – Predominant peppermint smell
Appearance –The leaves show green, yellow and brown colors

LIQUOR

Aroma-The smell of peppermint is predominant but matches perfectly with the licorice and clove
Appearance-Dark yellow color
Taste –The taste is strong in mint with a gentle warmth form the cloves and the natural sweetness from the licorice.

Tea Time

Ideas for a good time with this tea

Seasoning

Try to add some lemon and honey

Pairing

Goes great with sweets and nuts.

Best Consumed

Hot/Iced

Best Time of Day

A good option to sip all day

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