Have you ever heard of Gingermint (or sometimes spelled as Ginger Mint) before?
It's in the mint family, but eaten fresh, it tastes only slightly of mint with a strong citrus flavor. Dried for tea, it tastes completely different; mellow mint with citrus and floral overtones. I am not normally a fan of floral teas, but this one is so unusual and really lovely. It is flavorful but not strong. And you can definitely sense the soothing power of the mint while not it's sharp taste (which is great if you're a mint-hater like my Hubby who actually likes this tea!).
We will be bringing a few bags of dried Gingermint to market this weekend, along with all of our canned products and wholesome baked goods! We'll see you Saturday!
Hillary At Home