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Along with its pyramids and wide deserts, the land of the Pharaohs can add tea leaves as a source of worldwide fame. Our Peppermint Herbal Tea is infused from Egyptian peppermint leaves, which feature a crosspollination of both spearmint and water mint. The remnants of dried peppermint leaves were found in Egypt’s pyramids dating back to 100 BC, but peppermint tea has since spread in popularity to being enjoyed daily worldwide.

Today peppermint tea is as popular for its medicinal qualities as its taste. Peppermint helps to calm the mind, relieve frustration and brighten the mood. Along with its distinctly clean and crisp flavor, the cooling scent of peppermint this tea creates makes it an ideal tea for perking yourself up on a long afternoon or as an after dinner drink. What’s more, as it’s free from caffeine, our Peppermint Herbal Tea’s distinctly fresh taste and lightening aroma is just as delicious drunk hot or cold.

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