Citrus Spice Chamomile

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Herbal Tea
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  • “Yes, Frank, I definitely have this one! And I shall be sleeping well for a good long while! I'm very shocked that I'm the first one to log a note on this, not gonna lie. I know that other...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Like others, I had no particular interest in buying a chamomile tea, but this also came to me in the inventory oops sale :) And it's not as though I can't use some soothing- I've been suffering...” Read full tasting note
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    lisbet 267 tasting notes
  • “I'm not a big fan of chamomile and i would never really buy it willingly really. This came to me via the inventory oops event, 1 whole ounce of this stuff. Looking at the ingredients, seems...” Read full tasting note
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    politicalmachine 74 tasting notes
  • “Back logging. If all chamomile was like this, I might have not stopped drinking it. I mad a cup of this skeptically the other night, since I don't really like chamomile. Well now. I guess that's...” Read full tasting note
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    ottawatea 53 tasting notes

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So, to be completely Frank with you (I love saying that): I’m not a big chamomile person. Lately I’ve been thinking I could use a bit of a sleep aid, and (in case you didn’t know already), chamomile actually has a natural, mild muscle relaxant in it, which many people use to help them relax/sleep. Still, if I’m going to drink chamomile, it needs to taste like something other than flowers.

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Yes, Frank, I definitely have this one! And I shall be sleeping well for a good long while!

I’m very shocked that I’m the first one to log a note on this, not gonna lie. I know that other Steepsterites have this one in their cupboards!

So, let us speak briefly of the search for the perfect chamomile. It’s one that shouldn’t be too flowery, or be covered up by some other flower (hibiscus, I’m talking to you). It should be soothing and calming, of course, but not so soothing that you fall asleep with your nose in your teacup. Ideally, this unicorn of a chamomile will be a unique flavor blend as well…because who wants to spend a night cuddling under a blanket with something that’s boring?

May I present Citrus Spice Chamomile. Soothing, warm, chamomile without being overly floral, and with just enough hint of spice and citrus to be reminiscent of a chai blend, without being bold enough to jarr you awake. It warms you like a hug from an old friend. I’m not sure if it’s Mr. Chamomile Right…but it’s definitely Mr. Chamomile Right Now.

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Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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Like others, I had no particular interest in buying a chamomile tea, but this also came to me in the inventory oops sale :) And it’s not as though I can’t use some soothing- I’ve been suffering from adrenal fatigue lately because of the stress in my life (grad school). To me, this tastes mostly just like chamomile, which brings back memories of the teas I used to drink before discovering good tea. I had a lot of Celestial Seasonings chamomile in my house.

Anyway, I am going to try to drink this for the good of my relaxation, but I’m bummed that I don’t get any citrus or spice out of it.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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I’m not a big fan of chamomile and i would never really buy it willingly really. This came to me via the inventory oops event, 1 whole ounce of this stuff. Looking at the ingredients, seems interesting enough, and its citrus… which i like!

another confession, I’ve never had this stuff as loose tea… loose chamomile? I thought this stuff only existed in teabags!
First off, smells great… like a spice… orange ginger chicken bbq seasoning? something like that, anyways onto how it actually taste like. Colour comes out orangey enough but something happened to the spice along the way. It definitely tastes like orange and you can taste the flower in the background.. just kind of sad i don’t taste the spice as much as you smell it. Whatever it is, ginger or whatever there could be more of it.

Now back to the fact that this is non-caffeine and I’m drinking it past midnight as a before sleep drink i guess it does what it meant to do.. soothe you into a more sleepy state. None the less, it’s very drinkable.

Preparation
Boiling 7 min, 30 sec

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Back logging.

If all chamomile was like this, I might have not stopped drinking it. I mad a cup of this skeptically the other night, since I don’t really like chamomile. Well now. I guess that’s what you get for drinking celestial seasonings as a teenager!

This chamomile is a nice, soothing cup of bedtime tea. It actually smells really good while steeping, and there are a few layers of subtle flavor underneath the primary chamomile note. While it’s not clearly citrus or spice (and I’m glad of that, I don’t tend to like spiced teas too much), it is very enjoyable and not just a boring old cup of chamomile.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 15 sec

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Yet another backlog!

This was not something I would have chosen for myself, but I received it from the Oops Inventory week, so I thought I would give it a go. I’m glad I got this! Although the brew was a murky, dark brown (I think I got quite a bit of liquorice), it had a light, pleasant taste. The chamomile was definitely the most predominant taste, but underneath that I could taste the spices quite well. The hibiscus makes a nice addition and adds a kind of juiciness to the end of the sip.

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