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I’m just a little afraid of this. I’ve had chamomile tea in a bag before, but the loose tea was just too much. I’ve decided that I need to taste the rest of the tea in my possession, so I thought I would try it again in the bag.

The smell of the tea bags is like the loose tea, but not nearly as strong. I’m brewing this in my three cup pot.

First cup: A lovely, almost golden color. The smell is sweet, unlike the loose tea. Starting to feel a little better about this. First sip — can taste the vegetation but it’s not nearly as intense.

Second cup: Pretty much as the first. I wish I had brought the honey with me, but I usually don’t put honey in my chamomile. For some reason, I feel overly sensitive to the taste. I keep expecting to take a sip and get that horrible cabbage like taste I got from the loose chamomile flowers. I’m not sure why, but I do.

There will be no third cup. I used to like chamomile just on its own, but not anymore. Especially, since I usually find something far more tasty and exciting in my tea cup nowadays.

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Uniquity

I love cabbage, but my only experience with chamomile left me with a terrible laundry soap taste. As such, I can’t convince myself to even try again. There is chamomile in one David’s Tea that I drink, but even that I don’t like all that much.

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Uniquity

I love cabbage, but my only experience with chamomile left me with a terrible laundry soap taste. As such, I can’t convince myself to even try again. There is chamomile in one David’s Tea that I drink, but even that I don’t like all that much.

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