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From Stash Tea

Cool blend of spearmint, mint oils, herbs and spices. Parsley seed, an ingredient, is a natural breath freshener. Naturally caffeine free. Contains: Spearmint, Orange Peel, Cinnamon, Parsley, Sarsaparilla, Peppermint Oil, Natural flavors of Wintergreen.

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110 tasting notes

Smooth, lovely and nice. It’s definitely good for a winter time drink. A dash of cool, mint/peppermint with the citrus. Lovely.

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6768 tasting notes

This was ok. I remember having it before…had a free cup at Wegmans today!


Wegmans made grocery shopping cool. Absolutely out of control in the very best way.


Yes. I hate grocery shopping and when I go to Wegmans I can spend HOURS in there! LOL

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652 tasting notes

1.5 tsp for 300mL water @95C, steeped 5 minutes.

An old favourite.

My belly is angry today. and mint tisanes can be very helpful with that. This blend of wintergreen, a vanilla tone from the sarsaparilla, a kiss of citrus, and loads of sparkling spearmint and peppermint, is soothing and a little different.

Dry leaf: wintergreen, spearmint, peppermint, some vanilla (sarsaparilla).

Wet leaf: the same.

Liquor is golden and clear. A gorgeous blend.


Hope you feel better!

Michelle Butler Hallett

Thank you. I am feeling better now. Iron supplements are doing a number on my gut — AND interfering with when I drink tea, Hmph.

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2882 tasting notes

Too much of a toothpaste aftertaste for me.

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215 tasting notes

late on this Spring night / windows open, book in hand — / mint tea pleases me

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