St. Fiacer’s Farm’s Peppermint Patty | Tea Review


St. Fiarce's Farm Peppermint Patty Herbal Tea Spoon

Description: “Bold, crisp peppermint followed by a [tiny] hint of chocolate.” – via Amoda Monthly Box

Review: As a kid, I was never a fan of mint and especially not mint chocolate. However, lately, I’ve been enjoying mint chocolate blends! So, I was happy to see this in my box. While smelling the dry blend, I noticed that there was a strong peppermint aroma, as well as a lingering sweetness.

Both the liquor and the wet blend had a strong minty aroma. The liquor was dark tan, with a few specks of film. I find that this is common when there are cocoa nibs. I assume it is oil from it.

Taste-wise I mostly tasted peppermint with some subtle sweetness. I can see how it like a peppermint patty! One thing to note is that there is stevia in the blend; I know some people don’t like that. However, the stevia is organic. This would be a great blend for someone who enjoys peppermint with a hint of sweetness (3.5/5 rating).

  • Type: Herbal tea
  • Origin: Unknown
  • Caffeine: Caffeine-free
  • Ingredients: Peppermint, cocoa nibs, stevia
  • Other: Organic
  • Company: St. Fiacre’s Farm

4 comments on “St. Fiacer’s Farm’s Peppermint Patty | Tea Review”

  1. Thanks for the review! The oil is from the cocoa nibs and the stevia is the leaf vs the white powder which has more surcose than plant matter. I’m not a big fan of stevia but this time but adds the right amount of sweetness. The peppermint is USA grown and tea hand blended Oregon. Thanks agian for the review!

    CeAnne @St.Fiacres Farm

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