“Spearmint vs peppermint?” While peppermint has a sharp bite, we use spearmint to pep up a blend’s taste and benefits—perfectly sweet without an overpoweringly minty flavor.
Used throughout time in foods and body care products, spearmint is known to refresh and enliven the spirit. Freshen up inside and out with this rejuvenating and distinct spearmint tea, sourced in part from a collective of organic farmers in Egypt.Shop Now
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Learn More About Spearmint
If you’re a fan of Wrigley’s spearmint gum, you probably already know this herb for its easy-going minty flavor. But do you know the benefits of spearmint? The carvone compound in this herb makes for a slightly sweeter taste. That’s why you can find it in our herbal tea formulas as a flavor brightener.
Beyond the tea mug, spearmint leaves can be nibbled on directly as a quick palate cleanser. You can usually use spearmint instead of mint when cooking, too. It just will have a lighter minty flavor. Traditionally used in oral care and confectionary, this herb has a cooling, rejuvenating quality and is the perfect way to freshen and brighten up your meals, cocktails, syrups, and more.