Peppermint Herbal

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From Harney & Sons

From Oregon comes a marvelous, brisk peppermint. The peppermint leaves produce a great smelling and crisp tasting tisane. We find a cup of this can also get a pesky stomach under control in no time.

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Since 1983 Harney & Sons has been the source for fine teas. We travel the globe to find the best teas and accept only the exceptional. We put our years of experience to work to bring you the best Single-Estate teas, and blends beyond compare.

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2821 tasting notes

So this was a tin I got for my desk at work, and I have drunk it down in absolute record time.
Its…. its mint tea! Decent, but nothing exceptional, and I enjoyed it but then again I usually enjoy peppermint teas.
But a sipdown!

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105 tasting notes

My favourite peppermint tea! So refreshing.

Flavors: Peppermint

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54 tasting notes

I couldn’t remember for sure if I owned this or had just looked at the tins at Chapters. I left the house feeling fine this morning and returned home feeling like a giant cold had hit me incredibly hard. Usually, I feel a cold creeping on….not this time. Scratchy throat, sniffles, blerg, achey, happened in a blink of an eye. What could be the tea for poor old me?

Hunting in the various cupboards – yes! I do have a pretty tin of these sachets! (And, an awful lot of murchies stuff and teavana I had forgotten about – will have to look through that stuff another day). The H&S sachets are so easy, no muss no fuss. I didn’t do anything to this, no added starbucks syrups or any messing around, as I often tend to want to do. This is good stuff. Just clean peppermint, nothing weird or unexpected. Easy to manage and the cool clean mint is soothing for a sore throat and upset tummy. Honestly, I don’t want a cold. Go away cold, I have stuff to do.


Hope you feel better soon!

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336 tasting notes

Ah, a new addition to the cupboard – and a perfect opportunity for a Steepster review!

I got this more or less on a whim. I was in Barnes & Noble to get some coffee, then I saw the H&S tins and thought, “Hey, I could do with some new tea.” And I’ve been thinking about doing some peppermint tea… I want something for my headaches that doesn’t involve blood-thinning or acetaminophen. Besides, you know, eating and sleeping enough. :P

Whoever came up with tea sachets. I can try to be fancy-pants and time-taking all I want, and there is still something to be said for these things and whoever came up with them needs to be given a hug.

WHOO this is some serious mint. I guess I’m not a peppermint person. This is a tea I would drink for very specific purposes. Medicinal, to be precise.

We’ll see if this does anything for my headache…

And that is my very astute review.

Christina / BooksandTea

I find that I prefer spearmint in tea over peppermint. There’s something about the latter that becomes really harsh and chemical-like to me if it’s steeped for too long.


(Late as all heck responding to this) I’ll have to look for spearmint teas from now on. I know there are flavor differences between the two but I can’t ever keep them straight.

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16 tasting notes

Love this “Tisane”. I can leave the bag in beyond steeping all the way to the last drop and it stays yummy for me. It is crisp but not overwhelming. Good cold in your cup, but better steaming hot.

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2977 tasting notes

This tea is saving my life right now. No lie.


Are you ill?


Yes and it was all I could stomach.


Aw that’s no good> :(
Have you tried ginger? It works well for nausea/upset stomachs too – the fresh root is best but in a pinch you can throw a bunch of the powder into a mug of hot water.

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