Mint for you from Aka Tea

MintForyouTea Information:

Leaf Type:  Herbal

Where to Buy: Aka Tea

Tea Description:

This tea is “mint” for you and me. Just sit back and enjoy life. Lighten the mood with the cooling breath of mint. Take a sip and imagine yourself breathing in a fresh spring breeze. Mint for You- A wonderful ratio blend between Peppermint and Spearmint.  

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

I love finding new tea companies that have blends that are catchy and delicious.  Since stumbling upon Aka Teas website, I have been in  heaven diving into their tea line up.  I’ve tried their Caramel Apple Green Tea and that was incredible.  Tasted just like one of those Caramel Apple Pops I had when I was a teenager.

Mint for You is another fantastic quality tea that I’m just going crazy over.  Fresh peppermint and spearmint.  A great tea to enjoy hot or as an iced tea.  I am enjoying this one as an iced tea. The adjective that keeps coming up in my head to describe this blend is fresh.  Like the you just cut this from your herb garden kind of fresh.

What I love to do is take herbal mint teas and mix them up with teas in my stash that I may not quite enjoy.  For instance, I had an black flavored strawberry tea that wasn’t something I really enjoyed on its own.  Too astringent.  I threw some of this herbal mint blend in and I have a fantastic Strawberry Mint tea.

Super happy with this versatile blend and can’t wait to experiment more with it!

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