Tea. Camellia sinensis. By now you should be well familiar with these words and how they are synonymous with each other. This evergreen plant from the countries of hot climates with its delicate little white flowers and yellow stamens should be seared into your mind.
Peach is a common addition to tea. Whether you drink yours iced or hot, the sweetness of a peach with the soft touch of ginger makes for a wonderful combination. And so it goes with this Peach Ginger black tea from Zhena's Gypsy Tea.
Mint is always a palate pleaser. It's constantly fresh and lively. Mint is known as a digestive assistant and an herb which helps with concentration. And that's just how Zhena's Gypsy Tea markets their Egyptian Mint Green Tea.