Bleh. Tastes as though peppermint oil was added back to the leaves. Tastes more like peppermint candy than an herbal tea. The aftertaste was less than desirable and lingered for an hour or so. This is one peppermint tea that I probably won’t be trying again.
Lovely way to get the morning started! This blend has a bit more kick than the English and Irish versions I have tried. Very full, Kenyan comes through. I prefer to use both sugar and milk with this one, versus no sugar for Irish breakfast teas.
Very pleasing blend pure ceylon black tea with a hint of mint extract. Very smooth with or without sugar, however, I prefer it with sugar and a bit of milk. The mint extract is very subtle and doesn’t overpower your cup.