73
drank Pure Chamomile by Twinings
24 tasting notes

I was forced to use this when I ran out of Loose leaf Chamomile from Davids and Teaopia. It was a sad… sad day…

However I would not let my relaxing night time routine stop because I used all my loose leaf, I looked in the cupboard, and there was Twinings.

I do not know much about Twinings, this was the first time I have had one of their teas.

My expectations weren’t too high, so I boiled the water as usual and let steep for 5minutes. I was surprised to taste a modest earthiness to it, which brought back memories of Davids chamomile, it was not as exciting as Davids, but it was a good chamomile tea.

Smooth and Relaxing – Those are my guidelines for Chamomile teas (and Herbal sometimes). Since it was both, I found one folly. It was rather weak, and I much preferred other chamomiles.

But go for it, it is a great tea none the less.

Preparation
5 min, 0 sec

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Sociology at the University of Guelph in Canada. I have become intrigued with different range and varieties of tea, thanks to the introduction to them from the great employee’s at Davids tea. I enjoy Chamomile, Rooibos, and Oolong teas by far the most. I do not necessarily have a type I am not in favour of; I love green, black, and white teas as-well.

Here I would love to share my opinion of the fabulous teas I have tried!

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