This is a pretty typical chamomile. Predictable but also enjoyable. I added honey and it makes for a nice, sweet afternoon tea.
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“Backloggin’ it. Had this at a restaurant in Banff and it’s not bad. Chamomile is hard to outright screw up, so while it was an obvious chamomile, it didn’t have the brightness...” Read full tasting note
“This will be my first experience with chamomile tea. I’ve never been very big on herbal teas. There’s no real tea in it! But here we go anyway. At first blush, I...” Read full tasting note
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Chamomile is good for you, both soothing and relaxing. No better way to wind down. What makes Bigelow taste so special is that we use the whole chamomile flower, carefully picked so you get a much sweeter, rounder, flavorful experience… enjoy!
Ingredients: Chamomile flowers
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I usually go for teas with tea in them, but I’ve had a couple cups of this now, usually late at night when I want something hot. I have to refrain from wafting any of the vapors too close to my nose—piu, that smells! I can taste the apple-flavor chamomile is reportedly supposed to have, so that’s nice. Apples and grass. I sometimes feel the need to neigh while drinking this. Hopefully that’s just me.
Flavors: Apple, Grass
I’m… not sure how much of a difference that I can taste between various teas that are all 100% the same flower.
Still, I think I slightly prefer the loose leaf versions that I’ve had to this. Huh. Still, not bad, slightly sweet.
It’s chamomile, and approximately what you would expect as such.
Unearthed this teabag from the bottom of my cavernous tea chest. Have no clue where it came from. I probably nicked it from my school’s dining hall at some point.
I seem to be on a chamomile kick lately. It’s like an old friend to me- I can go for months without missing it, and then run across it while searching for something soothing, and it’s just the same as it was when I last encountered it. Reliable, sweet, comforting, uncomplicated. Just what I need this afternoon.
This is why I always keep a stash of plain chamomile around. I never know when I’ll need it next.
Ever since I got home from my stint in volunteering this afternoon, I’ve been feeling crampy. Thought it might have something to do with female stuff, but it seemed different…ok don’t want to go into to much detail :) But anyways, I had really wanted to drink tea this evening but this tea was the only one that I could stand the thought of having, as in the past it’s been a help to my tummy feeling picked on.
Mmmm why didn’t I fix this earlier? Now, it doesn’t taste as wonderful as looseleaf tea and it isn’t a WOWzer of a tea but it’s nice, and given that I only drink this tea when I’m feeling some sort of crappy….it doesn’t need to be a wowzer. It just needs to taste nice and drinkable.
In this evening’s steep-off chez sherapop, Bigelow Cozy Chamomile went sniff to sniff and sip to sip against Stash Chamomile—both in the filter bag format. Well, the Bigelow was not good. It tasted a bit like dishwater, and I came close to tossing it. I was trying to figure out why I found it unpleasant, and I realized that it tasted slightly sour and harsh. Chamomile sometimes smells like that in perfume as well.
This was my first experience with chamomile and I wasn’t really a big fan. It smells ok…..smells like flowers (Because it is). Didn’t make me want to spit it out or anything…..just didn’t make me want to finish the cup either. Ended up pouring it out and making a nice cup of Earl Grey.