On cold winter afternoons, I want something comforting and warm, therefore the mint and spices in this blend sounded like it would hit the spot!
Description: “Explore Northern Africa, from its souks to its deserts, with our soothing and lightly spiced mint green tea.”
Instructions: 1-2 Perfect Spoonfuls | 16 oz/475 ml | 85℃/185℉
Review: While I don’t always reach for mint teas, I do like them in certain occasions like cold days and nights. The dry blend had a strong mint, spiced, and peppy smell, which tickled my nose. The blend was earthy green and brown coloured with leaves, steams, ginger, fennel, cardamom, and peppermint. After infusing for 3 to 4 minutes, the dark earthy toned wet blend had a peppery, woodsy, and spiced smell, which was absence of mint.
However, the dark amber liquor had a dominating mint and spiced smell and equally strong mint taste. The sip started with a punch of mint, followed by spices, and finished with a kick of warmth at the back of the throat and mouth. When cool, the liquor had a sweet start and became earthy, fennel, and peppery.
The blend was warm and comforting and I personally enjoyed it hot better than cooled. Since it has other ingredients, I found the green tea was muted and the blend overall had some earthy spiced notes (3/5 rating).
- Type: Green tea
- Origin: Unknown
- Caffeine: Low caffeine
- Other: Organic, kosher
- Ingredients: Organic green tea, organic ginger, organic peppermint, organic cardamom, organic licorice root, organic fennel, organic clove, organic black pepper
- Company: DAVIDsTEA
The question of the post: Do you like mint blends?