White Mint Tea

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Light and tender tea buds of White Tea, combined with refreshing Spearmint and Peppermint leaves, give a perfect start to your day and keep you replenished all day long. 

May help with

Teas For Stomachache
Digestive Issues 
Teas For Insomnia
Sleep Disorder 
Teas For Anxiety
Headaches and Migraines 
Teas That Help In Oral Hygiene
Bad Breath 
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Recommended by Health Experts

Recommended by Health Experts

HISTORY & ORIGINS

White Mint Tea
Ono Teas brings a beautiful addition to their wide range of premium products, welcome the Silver Needle White tea. White tea is grown in different places like Zheng He, Fuding, and Fujian provinces of China. Varieties that grow in each province differ slightly in the shade of colour and taste. There is no clear history of when or where it was first planted. Sources say it was during Song Dynasty in Imperial China from 960 to 1280 AD. White tea was so popular, it was even referenced in ancient poetry. It was offered as a tribute to the rulers of the Tang Dynasty. On the other hand, we have the mints. The combination of spearmint and peppermint will blow your mints out. Native to Eurasia, North America, southern Africa, and Australia, mints are an essential part of most cuisines across the globe. The name “mint” comes from a nymph named Minthe or Menthe, a character in Greek mythology.   Combining these ingredients, Ono Teas has come up with the White Mint tea, for your mental wellbeing and oral hygiene.

INGREDIENTS & HEALTH BENEFITS

White Tea leaves
Peppermint In Tea
Peppermint leaves
Spearmint
Spearmint leaves
Ono Teas has come up with a unique blend of white tea, spearmint, and peppermint – introducing, the White Mint. White tea leaves offer a plethora of health benefits – they help manage weight, are filled with antioxidants, improve oral health, prevent heart disease and diabetes. The powerful combination of spearmint and peppermint helps improves memory, gives you a fresh breath and healthy digestion.

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

Low
Low

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

Low
Low
Tea Aroma

AROMA

Smooth, Fresh and Minty
Taste

TASTE

Minty flavor with smooth texture

CONDIMENTS AND COMPLEMENTS

Honey in Tea

HONEY

Stevia Leaves in Tea

STEVIA LEAVES

Sugar In Tea

SUGAR

White Mint Tea
Tea Aroma

AROMA

Smooth, Fresh and Minty
Taste

TASTE

Minty flavor with smooth texture

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

FUN RECIPES

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Frequently asked questions

What is white tea good for?
White Tea leaves contain polyphenols that help manage weight, are filled with antioxidants, improve oral health, prevent heart disease and diabetes.
Does white tea reduce belly fat?
White tea contains catechins, which may help enhance weight loss.
Which is better green tea or white tea?
While both contain the same powerful combination of antioxidants, trace minerals, and nutrients, white tea contains a higher number of antioxidants than green tea.
What is mint tea good for?
The oils in peppermint and spearmint may have several health benefits, such as fresher breath, better digestion, and reduced pain from headaches.
Is there caffeine in white tea?
Since white tea comes from the Camellia Sinensis plant, it is naturally caffeinated.
Is mint tea a laxative?
Peppermint and spearmint may help treat and prevent cases of constipation.
When should I drink white tea?
The best time to drink white tea is in the morning and after every meal.
Does mint tea have side effects?
Mint does not have side effects unless taken in excess amounts.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    White Mint Tea White Tea with Peppermint and Spearmint tastes amazing and helps with my migraines. A great purchase.Highly recommended for people with migraines.

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