I am unashamedly boastfully proud of this peppermint.
Sadly I can't take any of the credit apart from finding the fabulous people that grow it, people who are nice to each other, people who say nice things to their plants, sing songs and live blissfully happy lives in peace and harmony.
Ok, I may be imagining this in my own happy place here, but I quite like to imagine this is how things work in a Fairtrade plantation. I do know they are paid fair prices, support their women, and invest in their community, their education and it seems only natural to bundle this up with a big cuddle of human joy.
Ah but we're talking about peppermint here. I'm proud of this one because it exhibits an extremely rare touch of that hot freshness which is usually long gone in stock-standard supermarket varieties. It's quite simple, it's actually super-duper fresh. You'll try it and never buy a different peppermint again.
Unless of course, it's on special for $1.99 at your local supermarket and you'll buy it only to watch it go stale untouched (except for that first ghastly teabag) on your kitchen shelf for the next three years.
Do yourself a favour, buy this one instead. Life is too short to drink bad peppermint.
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