Organic Apple Ginger Mint – Tea Review

When I heard the name of this tea I was intrigued. It had so many things that I liked just in the name – apple, ginger and mint. Yumm! So I had to give it a try. It is soft and subtle but with a great mint and fruit flavour. There is just the right amount of ginger to not make it too ‘gingery’ but still give it a bit of a kick. I wish I could add a scratch and sniff button the blog so you could smell it!

Organic Apple Ginger Mint Tea

This tea has some great healing properties too.

I like to have it after a meal because the peppermint, chamomile and ginger are all known to aid in digestion and calm the stomach. Chamomile is also a great flower for soothing stress so you might want to try this one in the evening as well – or whenever you get a chance to take a little moment for yourself.

The ingredients in this lovely blend are:

Spearmint, peppermint, rosebuds, hibiscus petal,osmanthus petals, chamomile, apple pieces, honey-bush and organic ginger.

If you have tried any other teas from the  Steeped Tea collection let me know in the comments below. I am always looking for feedback on great tea!

You can find Apple Ginger Mint and lots of other delish tea combos on my Tea Page  under the shop button.



One thought on “Organic Apple Ginger Mint – Tea Review

  1. One good thing about this incessant winter is that it’s turned me on to teas as I sit in front of the TV all day watching romantic comedies and murder and mayhem series. So far my favourite is Earl Grey de la creme but that may change once I’ve tried the teas in my anxiously awaited order of Kiwi-Melon Crush and Dutch icorice.


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