My wife and I each had a cup of this tisane today as we watched the snow fall. We added honey and milk, and it was perfect. The sweetness and earthiness work together very well to create a balanced cup.
“Last night all I wanted to do was curl up with my book (The Tenant of Wildfell Hall), my blanket and my cat. I made myself a cup of Honey Vanilla Chamomile because I didn’t want to pay close...” Read full tasting note
“Wow – I totally called this – it has Egyptian chamomile! After drinking it in a DAVIDsTEA blend I guess I have a taste for it. But this is much cheaper than any DT blend. ...” Read full tasting note
“i drank this. herbal tea is just another way to get hydrated for my saturday runs.” Read full tasting note
“This is a weird combination of nuttiness and sweetness of a lollipop. It’s not bad but I don’t know if it is good either. A strange cup indeed.” Read full tasting note
Combining the sweetness of honey and vanilla with comforting chamomile, this herbal tea recipe benefits both mind and body.
“Our satisfying Chamomile tea is cherished by many as a soothing antidote for life’s complications. We’ve added the delicious flavor of creamy, nutty vanilla, along with golden honey and just a hint of refreshing orange to complement our perfect blend of Egyptian and Mexican varieties of chamomile in this relaxing herbal tea.”
— Charlie Baden, Celestial Seasonings Blendmaster
INGREDIENTS: Chamomile, orange peel, natural honey flavor with other natural flavors (contains soy lecithin), licorice, roasted chicory and West Indian lemongrass.
Hot Tea by the Cup
Pour freshly boiled water over one tea bag. Steep 4 to 6 minutes and remove tea bag. Sweeten if desired.
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I snagged this tea after hearing such great things about it, and boy I’m glad I did! It’s SO good! In the box, it smells like vanilla with a subtle orange smell that lingers. When brewed, the smells intensify, but the TASTE…
It’s slightly sweet, and loads of soothing vanilla… And almost a coconut taste— in my opinion— which I LOVE.
No fear, if you don’t like coconut. It’s not blatant, but to me it tastes like a warmed, coconut, mixed with a creamy vanilla cream. The flavors enhance when I add just enough honey to sweeten it a bit more.
I simply boil water, and let it steep for at least six minutes. I’ve left the whole bag in my mug or tumbler before, too, and it does nothing but bring out the flavors more. I absolutely love this tea.
The name sure sounds tempting, but I find this tea to be rather “blah.” I think I can taste both the honey and vanilla, but somehow the two flavors combined end up tasting like neither. It’s not a bad tea and is quite inoffensive, but it’s nowhere near being a favorite. This one came in a Celestial Seasonings sampler pack and I won’t buy it on its own or probably even finish the tea bags I have.
Amount: 2 teabags
Water: 12 ounces filtered, boiling water
Steep Time: a little over 5 minutes
Dry Leaf Smell: no scent really, paper maybe
Steeped Tea Smell: sweet honey, chamomile flowers, maybe a tinge of the licorice?
Flavor: light licorice, chamomile, very watery
Liquor: deep dark brown
I blame the fact these are probably a good few years old and have only been in the waxed paper bag they originally came in. I purchased them a long time ago and shoved them into the cupboard and neglected them ever since.
Perhaps 1 bag would have been sufficient, but they were so old and not scented….alas not the comforting cup I was seeking.
Out of deference to the poor conditions and age of the bag I will refrain from rating this tea, I have memories of it being a good bed time tea.