Our Top 3 Peppermint Teas

Our Top 3 Peppermint Teas

Is there anything more refreshing that a nice peppermint tea after a long day? We don't think so! We've got a great selection of peppermint infused teas so why not take a look (you may just find your new favourite).

Our Top 3 Peppermint Teas

If you're interested in our peppermint tea selection, you can check out our entire peppermint tea collection!


The Mojito, Cuban classic; the tipple of choice for Caribbean island folk, but we do it with tea instead - the top tipple of English island folk! Our MojiTEA is just as refreshing but without the rum or the calories! To be enjoyed in the sunshine whichever island you may be on!


Ingredients: Chinese green tea, peppermint, dried lime pieces, lemongrass, lime leaves.



‘Love this tea! As a fan of both green tea and a Mojito I thought I'd give it a try. It certainly didn't disappoint. Unlike some green teas it's not bitter, it has a lovely minty fresh taste without the mint being overpowering. Try some you won't be disappointed!’

Peppermint Cream

Homemade peppermint creams make the best gift. Unless, like us, you eat them all first! We have recreated that with our Peppermint Cream Milk Oolong tea blend. Milk oolong's naturally sweet, creamy nose is blended with the soft mint and smooth cocoa. Yummy velvety chocolate goodness! This tea is also award-winning!


Ingredients: Quangzhou milk oolong, peppermint, cocoa shells.



‘The aroma wafting from the bag had me swooning. It was heavenly, peppermint and cream - smooth and tingling at the same time. It tastes amazing, and true to what you would expect (as is the case with all the teas I've had). Love everything about this tea.’

Kung Flu Fighter

Nothing can stop you in the cold weather with this fantastic brew! Our ultimate kung-flu fighting, herbal tea is a blend of echinacea + eucalyptus, both said to aid recovery and sooth symptoms of colds and flu. Also with aniseed, chilli + peppermint - Just what you need to fire you through!


Ingredients: Eucalyptus leaves, aniseed, lemongrass, chilli, echinacea, peppermint.



‘I love this tea and it’s one I drink very often (it’s been very wet and cold in Dublin, so flus and colds are flourishing). It is very minty and eucalyptus-y, very soothing for a sore throat and good for sinuses. I love it.’

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