Organic Mint Fields Tea Bags

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$12.00 - Tin - 36 Tea Bags #40056
$56.00 - Bulk - 250 Tea Bags #30556
$11.25 - Refill - 36 Tea Bags #41056

USDA Certified Organic Caffeine-Free Herbs. Refreshing spearmint and peppermint from the Pacific Northwest are combined with the bright, crisp flavor of lemon balm, long favored for lifting one's spirits and inspiring the mind.


This herbal blend is naturally caffeine-free. More about caffeine.

Steeping Instructions

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.


Organic spearmint, organic peppermint and organic lemon balm



Country of Origin

USA Pacific Northwest

Citizen Reviews
  • 4.5 Star

Very Pleasant Tea

5 Stars Very Pleasant Tea

from WA on wrote:

I love mint and so, I bought this tea and tried it. I have to tell you that it was delicious and very pleasant. No bitter aftertaste at all.

Lovely cuppa

5 Stars Lovely cuppa

from OR on wrote:

Got this tea in a sampler pack first as I love mint tea for when I have tummy troubles. I love the Moroccan Mint Tea but this one is sweeter and more subtle good for mornings or evenings when you just need something minty.

Just enough mint.

5 Stars Just enough mint.

from IN on wrote:

Refreshingly good. The mint isn't intrusive. A nice beginning or end to a day.


5 Stars Refreshing

from NY on wrote:

Refreshing and delicious like all other of your teas

Wonderful as an iced tea, full mint flavor

5 Stars Wonderful as an iced tea, full mint flavor

from IL on wrote:

We just discovered this mint tea and thoroughly enjoy it as an iced tea. Here's how we make it. Brew a strong batch of mint tea (about 4 or 5 tea bags to 2 cups of water). To serve, add ice cubes to a glass, then add a mixture of 1/2 part chilled mint tea to 1/2 part seltzer water. Add a squeeze of lime juice to taste. We don't sweeten but If you want a sweeter tea, add desired sweetener and stir just before serving or while the brewed tea is still warm.