Peppermint Bark

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Chocolate, Cocoa, Peppermint, Peppermint Candy
Flavors
Menthol, Mint, Peppermint, Sweet
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Edit tea info Last updated by treeshell17
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 13 oz / 377 ml

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  • “My coworkers give so many gifts around the holidays! I was not prepared for that level of Christmas cheer! This is one of the teas that I ended up with a few bags of. Hot, there’s a strong,...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Couldn’t finish drinking this, tastes awful. I followed the directions for brewing but it didn’t help. I couldn’t taste any peppermint or chocolate, just a muddy taste that wasn’t enjoyable.” Read full tasting note
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  • “My husband picked this up since he saw it on sale at the supermarket. It’s definitely but a little on the artificial side for my tastes and not quite chocolatey enough. It is best as a latte. I...” Read full tasting note
    65
  • “Quite minty without a lot of chocolate. I would have liked some creamy/white chocolate flavours. It is pretty good for a bagged tea, however I find the sweetness off putting. It tastes like an...” Read full tasting note

From Bigelow

The refreshing combination of peppermint and chocolate in our Peppermint Bark all natural herb tea is hot and cool all at the same time. A warm treat on a cold day with a misty finish your taste buds will thank you for. Add a little sweetener and it’s just like a decadent dessert.

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1065 tasting notes

My coworkers give so many gifts around the holidays! I was not prepared for that level of Christmas cheer! This is one of the teas that I ended up with a few bags of. Hot, there’s a strong, unpleasant alcohol flavor. As it cools, the flavor improves. It’s mostly mint with a bit of something else, maybe rooibos in the background. It tastes similar to other teas of this variety, but it’s not at the top of its field.

gmathis

A little milk with this one isn’t bad, either.

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11 tasting notes

Couldn’t finish drinking this, tastes awful. I followed the directions for brewing but it didn’t help. I couldn’t taste any peppermint or chocolate, just a muddy taste that wasn’t enjoyable.

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484 tasting notes

My husband picked this up since he saw it on sale at the supermarket. It’s definitely but a little on the artificial side for my tastes and not quite chocolatey enough. It is best as a latte. I don’t know if I’ll buy this again but I’ll happily finish this box.

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2900 tasting notes

Quite minty without a lot of chocolate. I would have liked some creamy/white chocolate flavours. It is pretty good for a bagged tea, however I find the sweetness off putting. It tastes like an artificial sweetener was added which lingers as an after taste after you have swallowed.

I highly recommend trying this as a latte or as an iced tea rather than hot. I have tried it all three ways and liked the plain hot tea the least.

Flavors: Menthol, Mint, Peppermint, Sweet

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 14 OZ / 400 ML

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1719 tasting notes

O Ggmathis, why didn’t I remember your review before I brewed this one? On its own this is tasty but lacks a certain wow factor. Had I remembered her comments, I have a whole box of cacao nibs I could have added. Primarily, this is a light peppermint tea. It doesn’t beat you up with mint yet is obviously mint. A good balance in that respect. It is just the chocolate doesn’t reach that decadent level I crave. I added Splenda and it brightened the cup but didn’t really fix it. I may have to try this again with some Charlie Brown love added. Thanks ggmathis.
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Dad – there was no infection and no clear idea what was going on. One of his nurses told him she laid awake all night trying to figure out what to do for him. She told his family doctor her idea, who agreed to let her try. They treated his leg as if it were a severe burn. He immediately began to respond. After just a couple days the leg has gone from black and blue to nice and pink. Still looks kind of gross but nothing like it was before she treated him. He is walking all over the hospital wing now and making plans to come home. Truly miraculous.

Sil

that is AMAZING news…how incredible to have someone there helping your father out. So glad to hear the good news

mrmopar

Yay for the good news.

__Morgana__

Great news!

Evol Ving Ness

How wonderful to have especially caring medical staff engaged in promoting his recovery! Hurray! Happy for you and yours.

gmathis

Let me know if you want me to mail another bag :) I bought more. And thanks for sharing the good grandpa news! What an awesome nursing staff!

K S

So where did those extra G’s come from. LOL I’m going to look when I go to the big city later this week and see if I can find this one but thanks.

ashmanra

Wow, that is awesome news! Glad to hear your dad is getting better, and God bless that nurse.

tigress_al

That’s great news!

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2378 tasting notes

After 10 days of antibiotics (the Dopey and Sleepy phase), whatever was gunking up my head is coming loose, so now we’ve reached the Sneezy and Grumpy phase. Remember the days when you could sneeze one of those wonderful, high-pitched, head-clearing, let-it-all-come-loose sneezes without having to hold it in until your eyeballs bulged? But I digress.

Anyway, all this has left me craving hot pepper, spicy food, and tea with heavy duty vaporizing qualities. This fits the bill nicely and needs no special attention whatsoever. I’ve been drinking it ever since Bigelow introduced it, and I can’t say I’ve ever coaxed much chocolate flavor out of it, but it is creamy and minty and much improved with a little milk.

Cameron B.

You forgot about the Doc phase, I suspect before Dopey and Sleepy. Here’s hoping you get to Happy soon! ;)

gmathis

You’d like my Doc … they serve tea while you wait (Harney & Sons Cinnamon Apple for Keurig) and have a therapy dog who “fetches” the doctor into your exam room and puts her head on your knee when you’re getting a shot.

derk

Spicy, hm? I’d totally make you dinner and drop it off.

gmathis

Weenie-level spicy, not “four hot peppers at the Thai restaurant that triggers hot flashes” spicy ;)

Martin Bednář

To be honest, even one of four hot peppers are too spicy for me :D

ashmanra

I have to drink a glass of milk after looking at the one hot pepper on the menu.

And I want my doc to take lessons from your doc cuz I would be glad to go if there was a dog there.

I love Chagrin Valley Cool Menthol salve to open the head!

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16 tasting notes

Tastes just like peppermint bark. This tea has more mint flavor than the other peppermint bark tea I’ve tried. Pretty good for a cheap tea. My husband loves it too!

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec 12 OZ / 354 ML

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