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Instead, Seedlip Garden is a spirit of peas, hay, spearmint, rosemary, and thyme, while Seedlip Spice is comprised of allspice, cardamom, oak, lemon, grapefruit, and cascarilla.
The liqueur puts Indiana persimmons front and center while adding traditional bittering agents like rhubarb root and bitter orange peel, with cardamom and spearmint offering added complexity.
Thyme, spearmint, clove, geranium, and cinnamon oils can irritate the skin even in small amounts.
This Allure Best of Beauty winner contains witch hazel and biotin in addition to a soothing blend of peppermint, spearmint, and tea tree oil, all of which work in tandem to calm an itchy, irritated scalp.
The scent is air-infused with violet-leaf, with spearmint oil that conveys invigorating spirit and energy.
The spirit is distilled from Kansas wheat and steeped with grand and Roman wormwood, fennel, star anise, hyssop, spearmint, peppermint, melissa leaf (lemon balm), chamomile and hibiscus.
After about a half hour of sipping, sniffing, giggling, and more sipping, the scent combos emerge: spearmint and white wine, oatmeal and white linen, hot fudge and vanilla.
Note: This is a good place to play with the different varieties of mint such as chocolate or spearmint.
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SPEARMINT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of spearmint for English Language Learners
: a plant that has a strong and pleasant flavor and smell and that is grown especially for its oil
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