Posted: 24/04/2016 at 16:35
There are loads of different mint 'flavours', so no real way of knowing exactly which you have - just enjoy it and add more to your collection. Their requirements are all about the same. Most mints have watermint in their parentage, so like don't like to dry out.
I checked if eau-de-cologne mint is also known as orange mint and it is. I also found out that eau-de-cologne was originally made from eau-de-cologne mint, so I've learned something too.
My mint plants are in little troughs under a wooden bench in my south-facing back garden (so they get a little sun and some shade). They get almost no care whatsoever, I just pull the weeds out now and then and water when I remember.
As philippa says above lemon verbena tea is almost too lemony - more lemmony than a lemon!, a great plant that I also have in a pot somewhere in the garden. It looks dead until may then springs into life.