Organic Cascade Mint

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Mint, Peppermint, Spearmint, Menthol, Sweet
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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 45 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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Our Organic Cascade Mint caffeine-free blend is a refreshing combination of top-quality organic peppermint and spearmint leaves. This soothing drink is excellent both hot and iced.

Stash Tea purchases its mint leaf directly from the Washington farmers who are certified organic through the Washington State Department of Agriculture. It is sent from the mint fields to the Stash plant, where it is blended and packaged.

Ingredients: organic peppermint, organic spearmint

Steeping Instructions: 3-5 minutes at 190-209 degrees Fahrenheit
Caffeinated: No
Country of Origin: USA

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576 tasting notes

Thank you Jude for sending this tea – along with a few others. :) I loved the minty sensation this tea left behind. Sweet spearmint with spicy peppermint created the ultimate stress reliever for me this evening. Pairs well with my latest video game, Fable 3! Next Stash order, I’m going to get a box of this – I could use another stress relief tea at work!


If you find the magic make-everything-go-away stress relief tea that actually works at work, LET ME KNOW!!!! :)


Will do! :) The quest continues…

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1629 tasting notes

Enjoyed this at a local cafe. Delicious and refreshing :)

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52 tasting notes

As far as bagged tea goes, Stash is one of the few companies I’ve had positive experiences with. And as far as straight up mint teas go, compared to Pukka’s Three Mint Tea (my grounds for comparison) this isn’t bad.

I don’t get much mint flavour immediately, I find, and it’s more of a mint aftertaste that it leaves in my mouth. It’s also subtly sweet, and and I guess would be good if someone wants a fresh taste in their mouth after a meal. I’m probably not going to buy any more once I finish my box, since I have lots of other mint teas that I prefer, but it’s definitely not bad.

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67 tasting notes

Found this in a Stash Organic variety pack. If mint tea was silk, this would be it. In-freakin-credible!

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Aroma when Dry: layered mint, slightly powdery
After water is first poured: bright, minty, cool
At end of steep: woodsy, bright, minty and cool
Tea liquor:
First: light green
At end of steep: deepens slightly

Staple? Yes
Time of day preferred: Any
Taste: balanced mint, neither variety overpowering the other. Fresh, not spicy or bitter
first notes: slightly sharp, bright, woody, minty, slightly sweet.
As it cools? notes hold, but blend slightly. gets a bit sharper.
Additives used (milk, honey, sugar etc)? No, but have used raw sugar in the past, and agave when chilled, both are lovely
Lingers? Yes, notes punctuating their departure.
Also good chilled.

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When it comes to mint blends I’ve always felt Peppermint and Spearmint are at their best when they are blended together as they nicely even each other out. Stash Organic Cascade Mint is the first Peppermint/Spearmint teabag blend that does not add other herbs into the mix. Overall a very cool and refreshing blend that is one of the few that is able to distract me from shou puerh (but only for a limitned amount of tea).

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415 tasting notes

I haven’t been home in a few days other than to sleep so I’ve forgotten 3 days in a row to pack herbal teas for work. Found this in the cupboard, which is kind of providential since I’ve been wanting to drink peppermint/spearmint/whatever-mint teas lately.

This is probably the only tea from Stash I’ve had that I really actually like. Mind you, it’s hard to screw up mint tea. I’ve just been putting the tea bag in the hot water from the water cooler (whatever temp that is, idk) and steeping for however long (10min, an hour, whatever) in my mug. Hard to screw up mint.

In other news, I’ve now accepted a PERMANENT part time position! I was working temp full time, but this is ultimately a step forward because now I’m in the union, and that’s the hardest thing to do. I know for a fact that there will be a full time permanent job posted shortly, so potentially I can just transfer into that. Permanent full time with benefits and such will be amazing….one can dream :)

Flavors: Mint, Peppermint, Spearmint


Congrats!! Hope it goes well for you :)

Evol Ving Ness

Great news! Break a leg for the next possibilities.


Thanks!! I’ll keep you all updated :)

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2958 tasting notes

This is quite tasty. While today is another caffeine day, I wanted to use up my single teabag of cascade Mint in order to achieve another sipdown. It tastes like peppermint and spearmint (a blend). I don’t know why they call it cascade mint, however, since that makes me think it is a hybrid or special variety of mint (if you have never looked up mint hybrids, check it out! It is a neat genus and crossbreeds easily).

Flavors: Menthol, Peppermint, Spearmint, Sweet

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A decent tea, but I’m more of a straight up peppermint person. The spearmint is nice, but I think I’ll pass on to a plain peppermint tea next time. I prefer the spicy notes of peppermint, and this tea just didn’t deliver in that regards.

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This is the one mint to rule them all. It contains both peppermint and spearmint, which lead to a tea so minty it almost makes my eyes water (in a good way). The flavour is cool, refreshing, a little spicy, and, like I said before, very, very minty. I drink it clear and hot, but I’m sure it’d be really good iced too.

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