Chill Pill

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205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 15 sec

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  • “I am ending my day with a warm Chill Pill. Having enjoyed several cups of this tea now, I am discovering that every cup seems a little different from the previous one. Sometimes the hibiscus...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thought I would give this one a whirl today...no real reason...didn't really NEED a Chill Pill...but here-goes! There are LOTS of ingredients in this blend and some of them make me...” Read full tasting note
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    teaequalsbliss 6770 tasting notes
  • “Steep Information: Amount: entire sample Water: 1000ml boiling water Tool: Swivel Teapot Steep Time: a little over 5 minutes Served: Hot Tasting Notes: Dry Leaf Smell: I forgot! I was too...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Remember that job I got, like, two months ago? Well, it finally started. Hence, lack of posting. Also hence: tea for de-stressing! This is really lovely to look at while it steeps - there are big...” Read full tasting note
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From Compass Teas

Need to take a Chill Pill to calm you down? This infusion is full of Vitamin C, antioxidants, and the wonderful soothing benefits of high quality herbs. You’ll love the orange / chamomile flavor that’s sure to calm you down on your stressful days, and help slip you off into sweet dreams at night.

Ingredients:
Chamomile- Soothes, relaxes, anxiety reducer
Citrus peels- Vitamin C, immunity booster
Rose-hips- Vitamins A, C, D, E, antioxidants, immunity booster
Chrysanthemum buds- Contains calcium, fiber, iron, magnesium, potassium & thought to help correct imbalances in liver & kidneys
Hibiscus- Vitamin C, immunity booster, weight loss aid
Tarragon- Soothes, relaxes, anxiety reducer
Orange Blossoms- Accenting feature
Mint- Upset tummy tamer
Lemongrass- Refreshing taste, promotes digestion of fats
Flavoring- Enhances the natural goodness of this tea

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6 Tasting Notes

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4423 tasting notes

I am ending my day with a warm Chill Pill.

Having enjoyed several cups of this tea now, I am discovering that every cup seems a little different from the previous one. Sometimes the hibiscus is a little stronger than others, although I have never found it to be overwhelming for me. Sometimes, it tastes a little more orange-y (like tonight), and others I can taste the Chamomile more than I do tonight. I don’t know how much of this is to be attributed to my taste bud impairment, but, I’ve noticed this even before tonight, so I know that it is not entirely because of my taste buds.

You can read a full-length review of this tea here: http://sororiteasisters.com/2010/11/30/chill-pill-from-compass-teas/

and… as for the song, since I am attempting to relax: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gt7-UFcdhSw

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Thought I would give this one a whirl today…no real reason…didn’t really NEED a Chill Pill…but here-goes!

There are LOTS of ingredients in this blend and some of them make me nervous…ie…Chamomile and Hibiscus.

Dry Blend Scent is mostly Orange but I can pick up on the fruit and floral tones.

Post Infusion Scent is mostly chamomile and other florals and hibiscus…meh. OH! And Lemon grass!

Color is VERY pale…next to clear.

I can taste mostly chamomile, orange, and lemon grass with a little hibiscus…thankfully – not much. This isn’t bad but it wouldn’t be something I would buy for myself and it isn’t very memorable – at least to me.

TeaEqualsBliss

This is a little better as it cools….

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Steep Information:
Amount: entire sample
Water: 1000ml boiling water
Tool: Swivel Teapot
Steep Time: a little over 5 minutes
Served: Hot

Tasting Notes:
Dry Leaf Smell: I forgot! I was too excited.
Steeped Tea Smell: chamomile, lemongrass, citrus, mint
Flavor: lemongrass, chamomile
Body: Light/Medium/Full
Aftertaste: mint
Liquor: translucent green-yellow

Gift from TeaEqualsBliss, thank you.

It’s OK, it’s nicer than plain chamomile but not anything special.

Images: http://amazonv.blogspot.com/2010/12/compass-teas-loose-leaf-herbal-tisane_27.html

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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Remember that job I got, like, two months ago? Well, it finally started. Hence, lack of posting. Also hence: tea for de-stressing!

This is really lovely to look at while it steeps – there are big chamomile buds and a chrysanthemum floating on top, lemongrass on the bottom with some pink curls I think are rosehips (not purple enough to be hibiscus, though that’s apparently in here somewhere) and I definitely see a sprig of tarragon floating near the bottom there too.

The flavor is pretty mild. I wouldn’t have liked this two years ago, but I find it pleasantly soothing now. I’m still not a huge fan of chamomile, but it blends well here with the tangy citrus-esque flavors.

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more

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i can see the ingredients. This mostly smells like orange. I brewed it up. The taste a strong sour orange with some chamomile and abit of mint. The orange is too strong and tart and overwelms the other ingredients. This just does not taste all that good. to be because of that.

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