I personally like this better than loose leaf Chamomile. The bag delivers just the right amount of strength, especially when steeped according to your taste. I prefer it strong, just before I go to bed. It’s very soothing.
“Don't hate me. I drank it. One from the orphaned household cupboard dusty tea pile. *The real reason I'm writing is to see what teas OTHER than brioche you guys like from the American Tea Room?*...” Read full tasting note
“Tonight's bedtime brew is good old--literally and figuratively--Celestial Seasonings Chamomile. It seems somehow fitting to attempt to finish off a box of ancient (circa Y2K) tea as I prepare to...” Read full tasting note
“Backlogging had a cup of this last night made it abit too strong but good still.” Read full tasting note
“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...” Read full tasting note
“The soothing sweet apple notes in this beloved tea are achieved by blending elegant chamomile flowers from around the world. Our golden Egyptian chamomile has a delicate floral quality, while chamomile from Mexico contributes a sweet, earthy flavor. You’ll take comfort in a cup of this perfectly blended chamomile tea any time of day.”
— Charlie Baden, Celestial Seasonings Blendmaster Since 1975
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Believe me, I really don’t like bashing a tea, especially one that I’ve only had one brand of. Maybe Celestial Seasoning’s Chamomile is just a miss for me, but personally, I would come close to drinking stale Lipton’s that’s been unsugared and left in a fridge with its lid off than drinking this ever again. Dreadful, just dreadful. Smelled, tasted awful, made me feel queasy afterwards, Had to dump the cup of it and let roommates have at it, because I absolutely loathe it.
Pretty color, though. Dreadful smell. Gave it more points than I felt it deserved, because it may be that I simply hate chamomile.
It’s chamomile. What else can you say? This classic tea is awesome at calming your stomach after a huge meal.
Little known fact: if you’re a tea bee like me and have more access to tea than simple necessities like burn cream, you can steep a cup of chamomile, put it in the freezer and use the drink to treat burn wounds.