Origin: House Blend
Many of our teas are as fleeting as seasons, which I suppose is why they’re called seasonal teas – who knew! Some teas, however, make such a mark that they become permanent: Mistletoe Mint is one of those. This rare gem of a tea pairs decadent chocolate with peppermint and a hint of orange and vanilla, making it taste suspiciously like a certain chocolate enrobed peppermint confection (whose name is trademarked and shall not be mentioned here).
Black tea, organic peppermint, organic pu’er tea, orange pieces, cocoa pieces, flavoring, vanilla pieces, lemon balm leaves, safflower petals, calendula petals, sunflower petals, organic cinnamon, organic licorice root, and organic natural flavors.
All teas are produced in a facility that handles gluten, tree nuts, and dairy.
Start with 1 tsp of loose tea, then add 1 tsp per 8oz of water. For example, a 16oz teapot will use 3 tsp of loose tea.
Steep for 4 minutes using 212ºF (100ºC) water.
Notes & Recommendations
Tasting Notes: Dark chocolate, peppermint, vanilla, citrus zest, smooth.
Drinking Recommendation: Hot with milk, no sweetener.