Dry ChamoMint is Hangover Helper on Beginner Mode. Actually, there’s a nice subdued effect about it. The fragrance is simpler; cleaner than the hodgepodge of flavors and smells snarled up in the previous tea. Here, in the cup, the herbs merge without making a fuss about it.

Another frank, no-nonsense blend, Chamomint taps into that beautiful honey quali-tea that we’ve seen in other herbals from Simpson’s and Smith Teamaker. This tea just puts you right at home. With its dusky gold liquor, the chamomile dominates, and the mint chimes in only on the aftertaste. These three notes come together quite plainly, but… Full review here: http://snooteablog.com/2013/09/23/snooty-tea-review-inthebag-tea-round-2/

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