Peppermint Leaf Tisane
Aside from their centuries-old reputations as cure-alls, dried mint leaves have been brewed for their aroma, refreshing flavor and cool aftertastes. This tisane is grown in the Northern United States and has a powerful mint aroma that produces a brisk cup of tea that really refreshes. Is great hot or iced. Also, blends well with other teas - try it with our Lemon Ginger!
Our selection of herbal teas includes a wide array of naturally caffeine-free teas, also called tisanes, including pure rooibos, mint, chamomile, hibiscus, rose tea and a variety of herbal tea blends. These 100% naturally caffeine-free healthy beverages can be sipped all throughout the day for a healthy boost without any jitters.
Herbals is generally steeped in just boiled water at a temperature similar to a black tea and other herbal infusions, around 200 to 212 degrees.
Using about 2 grams (1 teaspoon) of loose leaf tea per 8 oz. cup of water is a safe bet.
Always start with fresh, pure, cold filtered water when you brewing tea. Spring water is the best.
Cover your tea while it steeps to keep all the heat in the steeping vessel.
Herbal has a tartness that gets stronger the longer it steeps. Taste the brewed herbal after the recommended steeping time, then decide if you’d like it to go a little longer.
Most high-quality loose leaf rooibos teas can be steeped multiple times.