Peppermint Tea

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Kickstart your day with a minty-fresh blast of peppermint in your cup. 

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HISTORY & ORIGINS

Classic Peppermint Tea
Peppermint is a hybrid mint, a cross between water mint and spearmint. Its origin is unclear. It is said that these leaves were found in the pyramids of Egypt, dating back to 1000 BC. It slowly started gaining popularity in Europe during the eighteenth century. Peppermint was cultivated by the Egyptians to extract oils. The Romans and Greeks got interested in its flavour and started using it in their wines and sauces. The Romans and Greeks consumed peppermint tea to treat cough, cold, and as a digestive aid. Greeks also believed that mint could cure hiccups. Peppermint is indigenous to Europe and the Middle East. It is now cultivated in many parts of the world. It is used as a flavouring agent in chewing gums, ice creams, kinds of toothpaste, and beverages. The consumption of peppermint is celebrated on 11 February in the US every single year. This celebration is called the National Peppermint Patty Day. The beautiful sundried peppermint leaves don’t add any caffeine to this drink. It gives out a cool and sweet after-taste. You can either brew this first thing in the morning to kick start your day with absolute freshness, or you can consume this tea to cool off from your tiring day.

INGREDIENTS & HEALTH BENEFITS

Peppermint Leaves
Having a whopping 40% of menthol content, peppermint is a source of a variety of health benefits. Peppermint improves your digestion, oral health, helps alleviate muscle and nerve pain, and helps in treating IBS.

STEEPING NOTES

Brew Type

BREW TYPE

Hot Brew

Cold Brew

Tea Quantity

TEA QUANTITY

2 GM

8 GM

Water Quantity

H2O

160 ml

500 ml

Steeping Time

STEEP TIME

3 minutes

Overnight

Water Tempterature

H2O TEMP

80 C

Refrigerated

Caffaine In Tea

CAFFEINE

No Caffeine
No Caffeine

BREW TYPE

Hot Brew

Cold Brew

TEA QUANTITY

2 GM

8 GM

Water Quantity

H2O QUANTITY

160 ml

500 ml

STEEP TIME

3 minutes

Overnight

H2O TEMP

80 C

Refrigerated

CAFFEINE

No Caffeine
No Caffeine
Tea Aroma

AROMA

Aromatic bubble gum fragrance
Taste

TASTE

Cool & Sweet aftertaste

CONDIMENTS AND COMPLEMENTS

Honey in Tea

HONEY

Stevia Leaves in Tea

STEVIA LEAVES

Sugar In Tea

SUGAR

Classic Pepper Mint Tea
Tea Aroma

AROMA

Aromatic bubble gum fragrance
Taste

TASTE

Cool & Sweet aftertaste

CONDIMENTS AND COMPLEMENTS

Honey in Tea

HONEY

Stevia Leaves in Tea

STEVIA LEAVES

Sugar In Tea

SUGAR

BREWING NOTES FOR HOT TEA

  1. Add 2 gm or 1 tsp of tea leaves in your pot
  2. Separately heat a cup of water to below boiling temperature
  3. Pour Water over tea leaves
  4. Brew for 2-3 mins and steep

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Frequently asked questions

What are the benefits of peppermint tea? 
Having a whopping 40% of menthol content, peppermint is a source of a variety of health benefits. Peppermint improves your digestion, oral health, helps alleviate muscle and nerve pain, and helps in treating IBS.
Does peppermint tea dehydrate you?
Herbal teas mostly don’t dehydrate you. Since the Classic Peppermint Tea is completely caffeine-free, it does not dehydrate you.
When should I drink peppermint tea?
Naturally free of caffeine, you can drink the Classic Peppermint Tea at any time of day.
Is peppermint tea good for the liver?
Peppermint tea makes it possible to help the liver with its digestive and detoxification functions.
Does peppermint raise blood pressure?
No. In fact, peppermint has a lowering effect on the heart rate and systolic blood pressure.
Does peppermint tea helps with upset stomach?
The menthol present in peppermint may help to relax an upset stomach while moving stool through the intestines.
Is peppermint tea good for anxiety?
The strong aroma of peppermint may help reduce stress and relieve you from anxiety.
Is peppermint tea good for IBS?
According to research, Peppermint is an herb often used to relieve digestive issues, including IBS. Drinking peppermint tea soothes the intestines, relieves abdominal pain, and reduces bloating.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    It tastes good and also gave me the results. Highly recommended.

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