CHOFFEE MINT TEA

£4.00£25.00 available on subscription

5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings

2 reviews

The Swiss army knife of brews.

 

Choffee Mint is a clever combination of Sri Lankan black tea, coffee beans and Peppermint giving a super boost of energy with a soothing digestive balance to set you up for the day.

 

The Twist

For an indulgent choffee mint latte, add to a pan of warm milk or pop a bag in your milk frother and leave to infuse for 5mins.

 

Brewing Instructions

Infuse in boiling water for 3-5 minutes depending on desired strength. Serve with or without milk.

 

Ingredients

Sri Lankan Black Tea, Cocoa Nibs (15%), Peppermint (15%), Coffee Beans (10%), Cocoa Shells (3%), Roasted Dandelion Root, Natural Flavouring.

 

The Swiss Army Knife of brews: tea, coffee, hot chocolate and peppermint all in one cup.

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Tea, coffee, and peppermint in a single cup.  Choffee Mint ticks all of the boxes!

 

Sri Lankan black tea is the main ingredient in Choffee Mint tea.

 

What is black tea?

After water, black tea is one of the most popular beverages in the world. Black tea is a drink made from the oxidised leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant.  First discovered in China, tea is now grown in several tropical regions across the world.

 

What is Sri Lankan black tea?

Sri Lankan black tea is tea cultivated on the island of Sri Lanka, formerly known as Ceylon.  Offering a variety of flavour and colour due to the range of altitudes that it is grown on, Ceylon tea is known for its versatility. Ceylon tea is traditionally used in English breakfast tea blends as it has the strength desired to accompany a full English breakfast.

 

What are the benefits of black tea?

Aside from being the perfect drink to be consumed in just about any situation you could think of, a simple cup of black tea can also have some amazing health benefits:

 

  • Heart health – animal studies have shown that an antioxidant present in black tea called theaflavin can help reduce cholesterol, thereby supporting your heart health.
  • Blood sugar – theaflavin also helps to lower blood sugar levels, good news for those at risk of diabetes.
  • Gut health – black tea has antimicrobial properties that can help improve your gut health, thereby strengthening your immune system.
  • Anti-cancer properties – the polyphenols contained in black tea are thought to reduce the risk of developing cancer as they can have an inhibiting effect on cancerous cells.
  • Energy boosting – black tea also contains an amino acid called L-theanine. L-theanine has been proven to help focus as it facilitates alpha activity within the brain. It is one of the main reasons as to why it is often reported that tea gives a more stable boost of energy in comparison to coffee.

 

Are there any side effects of black tea?

Black tea naturally contains the stimulant caffeine.  Excessive consumption (more than 4-5 cups per day) may result in symptoms including jitteriness, headache, difficulty in sleeping or an irregular heartbeat. If you think you may be sensitive to caffeine, or if you are pregnant, we recommend that you consult your healthcare professional about the quantity of black tea you should consume.

 

What are the benefits of peppermint tea?

Peppermint tea really packs a punch when it comes to health benefits. 

  • Caffeine-free – peppermint is naturally caffeine-free, meaning it can be enjoyed at any time of the day.
  • Aids digestion – peppermint tea has long been believed to help relieve digestive complaints such as upset stomach, bloating and indigestion.
  • Inflammation reduction – peppermint can act as a relaxant as the compound methanol allows for easier blood transportation as it increases blood flow.This can see reductions in aches, pains and may even help things such as headaches and migraines.
  • Mouth health – peppermint freshens your breath and contains antibacterial properties to help fight off germs.
  • Increased focus and energy – the natural properties in peppermint have been shown to help with perceived levels of energy and increased levels of focus.
  • Allergy symptoms – peppermint contains acid rosmarinic, which has been shown to be a reliever of allergic reactions associated with things such as hay fever, asthma causers and pet allergies.
  • Sinuses – peppermint contains methanol, an anti-inflammatory compound, which increases the level of nasal airflow, helping you to breath more freely.

 

What does Choffee Mint taste like?

Choffee Mint has a smooth, unmistakably minty flavour with a subtle chocolate aroma. The combination of tea and coffee in Choffee Mint provides an energy boost, while the peppermint offers a refreshing hit. Enjoy Choffee Mint with or without milk.

 

Blends with Benefits

Every Twist Tea blend is created from the finest, ethically sourced whole-leaf ingredients.  Our plastic free Choffee Mint tea bags are hand blended in the UK and hand packed in plastic free packaging.  What sets us apart from the competition are the functional herbs, botanicals and spices added to many of our blends reputed to offer health and wellbeing benefits.

 

Brewing Instructions

Infuse in boiling water for 3-5 minutes depending on desired strength. Serve with or without milk.

 

Ingredients

Sri Lankan Black Tea, Cocoa Nibs (15%), Peppermint (15%), Coffee Beans (10%), Cocoa Shells (3%), Roasted Dandelion Root, Natural Flavouring.

 

Dietary Information

No added sugar, gluten free, soya free, vegetarian, wheat free, dairy free

 

Allergen Information

Packed in an environment that contains nuts.

 

Can’t get enough of peppermint? View our other mint tea blends to see how Twist Tea takes peppermint to the next level. 

  1. 5 out of 5

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    Just received a sample in my subscription, I LOVE this flavour! Definitely worth trying going to order the tin now

  2. 5 out of 5

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    This is one of my favourite teas. I love to have it as ‘dessert’ – chocolate as a treat and mint helps with digestion. I’m not a coffee drinker at all but the little bit of coffee in this just adds to depth of flavour and doesn’t make it taste of coffee at all.

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