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My favorite camomile so far.

Full-flavored and smooth. You can see the oils diffuse out of the flower as you steep it. A good tea before bed or any relaxing time. Also great to mix with mints or even valerian root for a super relaxing tisane.

Boiling 8 min or more

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I’m a fan.

I understand that white tea is supposed to be a delicate tea but personally, I infuse mine with a little more than suggested and for a little longer than usual. I’d say maybe two teaspoons per 8 oz. and I brew it for 5 minutes, sometimes longer.

What I end up with is a strong, flavorful, deep yellow liquor that has become one of my favorites to drink at any time. Now, personally, I don’t think this tea is one that I would say is the go-to for getting a person into tea – it’s good but in its own way. Seems to have a bit of caffeine and a good amount of theanine. Really keeps me awake and focused but not jittery. And it’s organic which is always a plus in my mind. If this were a sencha, I’d say stick to the rules as far as time and amount are concerned but give it a go. Add a little more leaf and a little more time and you’ll have quite a good cup.

My personal favorite mix is a lot of this tea with mate and a little bit of honey. Gets my morning off to a good start!

180 °F / 82 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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I like tea.



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