Review: Red Leaf Tea Alfalfa Mint

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Its OK"I’m sorry to say it and 118 other reviews on this site disagree, but I think all mint tisanes taste about the same. "
Joe’s Teaview: 6/10
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redleafalfalfamintFun·gi·ble [fúnj?b’l]
adj
1. able to be substituted: capable of being interchanged
2. commodities that can be traded or substituted for the same amount of a similar product

I really love mint! I have tried more mint tea than any other tea or tisane. However, for me, more so than any type of tea, mint tea is fungible. I’m sorry to say it and 118 other reviews on this site disagree, but I think all mint tisanes taste about the same. And perhaps this is why I find I have little to say in this critique.

I steeped one teaspoon of Alfalfa Mint in six ounces of water for eight minutes. During every stage of the brewing process, it smelled and/or tasted like mint. I could not taste the alfalfa and thought this mint tisane tasted much like any other. But perhaps the alfalfa helped create a thicker body. This I might enjoy on some days, but other times I would prefer a thinner tea. The alfalfa was awarded no points.

My apologies to those expecting a more informative review. I think this will be my last attempt at reviewing a mint tea.

— To purchase Red Leaf Tea Alfalfa Mint, or for more specific information on ingredients or the story behind this particular tea, click here to go directly to the manufacturer's web site.

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