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Peppermint Tea

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You’ve found our pure Peppermint Tea Bags - one of the most popular products we stock. Every sip boasts smooth and, of course, minty notes with sweet undertones and a refreshing aftertaste.

These are Plastic Free Peppermint Tea Bags, too, making them an excellent choice for supporting the environment. We pack each one fresh to order here at our Kent-based factory, ensuring quality and consistency.

The Story Behind our Best Peppermint Tea Bags

Peppermint (Mentha piperita) is an aromatic, rhizomatous, perennial plant belonging to the Lamiaceae family. It's a natural hybrid of watermint (Mentha aquatica) and spearmint (Mentha spicata).

The herb can grow to heights between 30 and 90 centimetres (12 and 35 inches), thriving in various climates. However, it was originally native to Europe and the Middle East.

Most famously, Peppermint contains three potent essential oils: Menthol, menthone and menthyl acetate. This is where the Tea made from the leaves gets its distinctive character.

Harvesting typically occurs shortly before the plant blooms, which tends to be from June to August. Picking in the morning produces the best results because it is when the plant has its highest oil content.

Do Peppermint Tea Bags Have Caffeine?

Few people would argue that the essential oils in this infusion have a significant role to play. But what about everyone’s favourite stimulating chemical compound, caffeine?

It’s time for a reality check: The idea of there being caffeine in Peppermint Tea Bags is nothing more than a myth. While such a factor might disappoint some, the flipside is that those who need to cut down have nothing to worry about here.

Peppermint Tea Bags Nutrition

While caffeine might be absent from our best Peppermint Tea Bags, there is a multitude of other constituents worth noting.

Among them are Vitamins A, B, C and E, Alpha-carotene, Beta-carotene, Calcium, Copper, Inositol, Iodine, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Niacin, Phosphorus, Potassium, Selenium, Silicon, Sulphur and Zinc. These properties combined will, undoubtedly, serve you well.

Calories in Peppermint Tea Bags

There is yet more good news in the fact that pure Peppermint Tea Bags have no more than three calories per serving. Anyone who is hoping to lose a few extra pounds, then, has chosen an excellent accompaniment.

Although it can’t do all of the hard work for you, having a cup of this Herbal Tea might, at least, support a healthy and active lifestyle.

Compostable Peppermint Tea Bags UK

Have you ever thought about which Tea Bags contain plastic? The answer, in most cases, is most of them - unless you buy from us!

We have recently moved away from micro plastic in Tea Bags and instead opted for Plastic Free Tea Bags made from plant-based materials.

What’s more, they’re considered Biodegradable Tea Bags, so it’s a win on all fronts.

How to Make Peppermint Tea Bags

1, Position the Tea Bag in your cup.

2, Begin brewing by pouring in freshly boiled water to temperatures of 100°C.

3, How long to steep Peppermint Tea Bags? Between 5 and 10 minutes is suitable.

How to Serve: Consider honey or lemon. Alternatively, serve it without additions.

Tasting Notes: You can expect smooth, minty notes with sweet undertones and a refreshing aftertaste.

Peppermint Tea Bags Benefits

Research indicates that the Benefits of Peppermint Tea are far-reaching - in part due to the vitamins, minerals and antioxidants contained within.

These combined can combat free radicals in the body, the product of natural, though often harmful, human oxidation.

In doing so, they reduce the risk of developing several chronic conditions, including type-2 diabetes and even, potentially, cancer. But there’s more.

Peppermint Tea Bags for Toothache

Did you know that your morning cuppa can improve oral health - and in more than one way? It has numbing properties for starters, which, when you’re not yet ready to visit the dentist, can prevent minor pain in the mouth.

When it comes to how to use Peppermint Tea Bags for toothache, you’ll want a wet, used Tea Bag. Simply put it in the freezer for a few minutes and then apply directly to the bad tooth.

Peppermint Tea Bags for Skin

There is some preliminary evidence indicating that Peppermint Tea Bags anti-inflammatory properties can help with acne and other skin issues.

It works by redness caused by the condition. Additionally, its antiseptic qualities prevent the build-up of bacteria that clogs pores. In other words, you might want to think twice before buying that £90 tub of skin cream when you have a brilliant alternative here.