- Serving Size: 1.5g /cup
- Steeping Temp: 100°C
- Steeping Time: 5 mins.
- Certification: Organic
- Origin: Egypt
- Caffeine: Caffeine Free
Though spearmint is a common enough ingredient in many gardens throughout the world, known for its sweet smell and tendency to be invasive, it is also known for the fact that it makes one of the most delicious teas around.
Tasting NotesCertification: Organic
Infusion Aroma: Minty
Infusion Color: Golden Brown
Base flavor: Minty (sweet, refreshing mint)
Infusion Strength: Medium-strong
Have you tried Spearmint? Tell us what you think!
love that one it’s perfect for the tummy
Submitted by Tea man
Submitted by mayo
Super fresh and tasty just like the smell of gum!!
Submitted by Nicholas Canning
This spearmint is not comparable to other brands. So fresh, tasty and full of flavour! My hubby’s fav!
Submitted by Kalaane
This is great tasting spearmint. I have tried others and sometimes got batches that didn’t taste much but this one has plenty of flavour!
Submitted by Stephanie
this herbal is tea is so fantastic, you can enjoy it hot or cold, it is great non caffine item at night
Submitted by tanis
From the Shanti Tea Canada Blog
The Herb That Cannot Be Vanquished - by Shanti Tea
Mint: not only something to brush your teeth with or adorn the tea tables of old ladies playing bridge. This delicious Old World herb has a myriad of uses in cuisine, herbology and medicine, and popular mythology.
Though spearmint is a common enough ingredient in many gardens throughout the world, known for its sweet smell and tendency to be invasive, it is also known for the fact that it makes one of the most delicious teas around. Luckily, it’s spicy flavor and easily recognized pungent smell are only heightened by the addition of another herb to this blend.
African mint tea is a very simple mix of spearmint and honeybush, which is another of the most common tea-making ingredients. Similar to rooibos in nature, honeybush has a naturally sweet flavor (hence the name) and grows only in limited areas of South Africa’s southwest and southeast corners. It is commonly used on...