This high mountain green tea from Darjeeling, refreshing peppermint and lemongrass combination has a lovely sweet and minty flavor to put a pep in your step. Chill your nerves with all-new exotic Cool Mint Ice Tea.
While heavily sweetened iced tea can’t really be considered a health food, iced tea, in general, is a super salubrious quaff. Regardless of the temperature, it is served at, tea is chock full of good things. There has been much research done, and compelling conclusions that tea can reduce the risk of heart disease, and possibly even help prevent a number of others. In warmer weather, having your tea iced is a great way to reap the benefits all year. Check out How to brew Ice Tea by Cookie and Kate.
COOL MINT ICE TEA BENEFITS
- Helps in Stomach Ache
- Improves Digestion
- Promotes Fresh Breath
- Helps in Relieving Stress
RECOMMEND BREWING – With Water
CAFFEINE – High
LEAF TYPE- Fanning
AROMA – Caramel, Currants and a Finish of Grapefruit, Notes of Malt, Spices
SERVING – Cold
SIZE – 50gm
Note: All nutritional information stated here represents an approximate estimate and is meant for the purpose of broad understanding only. Exact nutrient values may vary.
You can make iced tea by brewing tea traditionally and then adding ice or allowing it to cool, or you can make sun tea. You can use any type of true tea – or herb tea. Above all, it keeps you healthy. Also, It comes with some great health benefits. Iced tea helps your body in many ways indeed. The first one is, it prevents the deadly disease called cancer. It also assists your body to prevent other chronic diseases
The iced tea is a kind of tea that is cold, sweetened, or unsweetened and made without milk. It’s a little weird that the tea doesn’t have milk but the absence of it makes the drink refreshing. There are many complaints about the cold water. Nevertheless, the iced tea is the opposite.