Winter Wonderland Creamy Peppermint Tea

Antique tea cup on saucer filled with tea, tea bag, topped with peppermint leaf cuttings, surrounded by heart-shaped tea filter spoon, Art of Tea sachet package, and peppermint plant in terra cotta pot.

Absolutely heavenly!

This creamy, warm, cozy, slightly sweet version of peppermint tea is now my favorite way to enjoy it.

The inspiration for this tea comes from a local coffee shop that offers a milk and tea concoction which combines frothed milk and peppermint tea. It sounded easy to make as well as creamy and delicious so I thought I’d give it a try and make some at home.

I also just happened to have some tea that came with a current book club kit inside our Life’s Library Book Club parcel. The sachet we received is Pacific Coast Mint Tea from Art of Tea, described as tisane, sharp, smooth, and refreshing, and boy is it good!

I didn’t have any regular dairy milk on hand so I used vanilla almond milk and topped it off with Homemade Whipped Cream.

Turned out absolutely delicious!

Winter Wonderland Creamy
Peppermint Tea

Winter Wonderland Creamy Peppermint Tea | Erica Robbin

  • Servings: 2 servings
  • Difficulty: Easy
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Heavenly! The perfect drink for a cold day!


Winter Wonderland Creamy Peppermint Tea

  • 2, 8 oz cups vanilla-flavored almond milk
  • 2 peppermint tea sachets
  • Dollops of whipped cream

Winter Wonderland Creamy Peppermint Tea

  1. Warm milk to desired temperature.
  2. Let peppermint steep for about 3 minutes pending temperature pending tea or 5-7 minutes at 206 degrees F (97 C) as per this tea company recommendations)
  3. Top with dollops of whipped cream.

Winter Wonderland Creamy Peppermint Tea

Let me know if you give this one a try!

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Hello, I’m Erica

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