Orange Ginger Mint Herbal Tea Bags
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After Meal Herb Tea - Ginger is spicy on the tongue yet soothing to the digestive system. Mint has power to calm a stormy stomach with sweetness. This herb combo with its orange bergamot mint creates a lusciously fruity cup.
Orange Ginger Mint Pick-Me-Up • ½ cup water • 1 Orange Ginger Mint Tea Bag • ¼ cup orange juice • Agave Nectar or sweetener of your choice • Fresh mint leaves for garnish
Bring ½ cup of water to a boil and steep tea bag for 5-7 minutes. Remove tea bag and stir in orange juice. Sweeten to taste. Garnish with fresh mint. Enjoy Sip by Sip. Serves 1.
This herbal blend is naturally caffeine-free. More about caffeine.
Steeping herbal tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 5-7 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.
Ginger, orange bergamot mint, lemon thyme, anise hyssop, anise seeds and blackberry leaves
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What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
Delicious and keeps me energetic!
The ginger gives a nice burn to my throat and is soothed by the cooling mint. Although I don't taste much orange, this tea is definitely very refreshing. In fact, it's invigorating. I LOVE THIS STUFF!
Love this tea!
I got this as a gift and it was a perfect fit. I enjoy the tea both warm or over ice as a treat. Oh yeah, and the reason it was purchased for me is because I have digestive issues. I am on here looking to buy more.
I first tried this tea at Panera and loved it! A friend ordered it for me as a gift and it is my favorite, favorite tea! It is my special treat/anytime/all the time tea. It's delicious!
I bought a trial tea bag at a local store and LOVED this. I drank it when I had a cold and an unhappy stomach. I don't think it needs any sweetener since the mint adds a touch already. Perfect the way it is!
Not for me...
This is the first tea that I am sadly going to have to return to TROT. All my tastebuds picked up were the harsh flavours of the anise hyssop, and anise seeds in this- leaving nothing but the taste of black licorice in my mouth. Unfortunately, I really don't like that taste so, back it goes.