The use of mint is documented in the Bible and in herbal manuals of ancient apothecaries. In those times, mint was a different plant closely related to the bland horse mint or wild mint. It is only through thousands of years of horticulture that we now have such a potently aromatic and invigorating herb as Peppermint.
Renowned for its clean, refreshing flavour and sensation of coolness, Peppermint is by far one of the most famous herbs in the ritual of tea.
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