- cool and floral with full body
- caffeine free
- research suggests: eases anxiety & reduces inflammation
- best served: hot, iced, tea latte
- origin: South Africa, USA, France
- 65 grams
- 25 servings
ingredients: *honeybush, *peppermint, lavender (certified organic)
All day. Every day.
Lavender Mint makes for a relaxing afternoon cuppa or an equally lovely night cap. On top of that, this tea is packed with good juju. Mint is known for soothing an upset stomach and the flavonoids found in honeybush are said to support the immune system in battling many conditions like the common cold and flu.
For a full-flavored cup of Lavender Mint, steep for five minutes in boiling water. On a hot summer day, brew and chill for a cooling kid-friendly iced tea. At night, steep and sip with a splash of coconut milk. It also makes a great caffeine free butter tea. It’s delicious any way you spin it.
Feeling adventurous? Lavender Mint acts as a fantastic base for jello and ice cream. Go ahead, get creative.
Want to know more?
Lavender Mint is a part of our Red Herbal Collection. Though these herbal concoctions may look like teas, alas, they are not. Because they're not from the tea plant, Camellia sinensis, they are what we in the industry call “tisanes”. This means they are naturally caffeine free and have different therapeutic qualities than the other collections. Studies suggest that the flavonoids in honeybush and rooibos may have the power to reduce oxidative stress and inflammation, furthermore preventing DNA damage.
Looking to kick the caffeine completely without sacrificing flavor? We get it. Make yourself a cuppa from our Red Herbal Collection. You won't be disappointed.
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The tea lives up to it's name! The tea is beautiful, aromatic, and tastes amazing. Wonderful hot or cold (it's 105 degrees here currently!).
Lavender Mint Tea
We were visiting Austin and I bought this tea at a Farmers market there. Initially I balked at the price but after tasting it I am committed and just ordered 2 more! Yes, it is that good. Worth every sip. A feast for the senses in every season - spring, summer, winter, or fall.
I love the African Honey tea which serves as the base for this tea. Add some lavender and mint and this tea is a light, sweet treat.