This tea is a pleasant combination of herbal teas. Our tea club agreed that it would be good to give to some of our angry customers.
“This seems to be an unpopular blend on this website but I love it for a light night-time treat. This herbal blend mostly tastes of chamomile but the addition of mint and lemongrass provides a...” Read full tasting note
“I used to love chamomile. Mum would give me chamomile tea whenever I had an upset stomach, and it was always nice because chamomile is naturally sweet and usually medicine is…not. Now,...” Read full tasting note
“Tea of the evening…… I have been having trouble with insomnia lately. I decided it was time to give chamomile a try. This intrigued me because of the addition of lemongrass and...” Read full tasting note
“Forgive me, tea father. It has been three months since my last tea-logging. I’ve never been a chamomile fan. Medicinal, acidic, jarring, and the bane of Peter Rabbit’s existence: these...” Read full tasting note
Much like the Cuban dance for which it is named, famous for its three quick steps (‘cha-cha-cha’), Cha Cha deliciously mingles chamomile, peppermint and lemongrass into a wonderful herbal concoction sure to send your taste buds dancing with delight. Zesty flavor, layered in aromatics: cool earthiness from the mint, sweet, uplifting floral from the chamomile and lemongrass. This cup has a lot of depth. Enjoy any time of the day – this blend is naturally caffeine-free.
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I dig it. Not as much as Foxtrot, no idea why. It’s suiting me well tonight, though, when I’m just wanting something a bit more complex than straight up chamomile but still need the relaxing components.
Side note: First cup of tea made with water from my brand-new UtiliTEA variable-temperature electric kettle from Adagio. Even though I’ve only used it once, I’m already dreading missing it on vacation a month from now…
3 tsp tea x 12 oz water x 1 Stevia sweetener (=2 tsps sugar)