Sweet Dreams (organic)

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Lemon Zest, Licorice, Orange Zest
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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 15 sec 17 oz / 500 ml

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  • “Last cup for the night, back home after a good weekend, and have my kitty back :) so off to bed, because a busy Monday is ahead tomorrow, lots to do at work from last week, so it will be a crazy...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Dear Steepster friends who say they are freezing: It is currently -49 C with the windchill in Regina, SK. Trade you spots? (Except you, Faith :D ) Sweet dreams! Thank goodness for hot tea!” Read full tasting note
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  • “Finally having day 8 from my advent calendar. I can't believe that I opened the wrong day when I knew about the gold tree covering the 1 of the 18. ARGH. Oh well. This is a great tea for...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Bam woke up this morning with a full blown cold. What the heck???? I still have some taste buds left, so that's good. I received this as a gift and though it would feel goo on my sore throat. I was...” Read full tasting note
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From DAVIDsTEA

Getting enough sleep is the key to everything. You’ll have more energy. You’ll have more patience. Your jokes will be funnier. Everyone will love you. Which is where Sweet Dreams comes in. A delicious blend of sleep-inducing chamomile, lemongrass, hibiscus, licorice, lemon, orange and rose petals, it has everything you need to drift off into dreamland – and stay there all night long.

Ingredients: Chamomile flowers, lemongrass, fennel seeds, hibiscus flowers, lemon peel, orange peel, licorice root, lemon myrtle, rose petals.

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58 Tasting Notes

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Bought this as part of a day, afternoon, and evening trilogy pack. First time trying it. There is a funny taste to it and I think it’s the hint of licorice that is tasting a little funny to me. But as long as it does the trick of letting me get to sleep and stay that way I’m on board.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 15 sec
aisling of tea

If you like it, I have 50 g I’m very willing to send to you, if you want it :)

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aisling of tea

I’m not a fan, and it doesn’t really help me sleep. Too much chamomile for me. I’d rather see it go to a good home than get stale on my shelf.

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318 tasting notes

Restocked this, and it’s yet to make me sleepy at all. I’d lower my tea rating but I bought this for the flavour, not the claim. I don’t trust anything that says it will help me with an ailment or “problem”.

Overall, I like the flavour and it is nice to drink herbs at night when I shouldn’t normally be having real tea.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 15 sec

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174 tasting notes

Apparently I don’t enjoy licorice in my tea, no matter the amount. I thought this one might be better since it wasn’t the first on the ingredient list, whereas in Bravissimo, licorice was the first ingredient. It was better but alas it wasn’t that much better. Again, another I’m not going to rate because it will be too low and bring the entire rating of this tea down. At least now I know not to buy any more teas with licorice in them.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec
Faith

Oh yeah, I can’t stand licorice in my tea either! It doesn’t matter how much or little it is… if it’s there I’ll taste it and the tea will be disgusting to me.

Invader Zim

Yeah, that seems to be the case with me. I never had licorice in my tea and the first one I tried, Bravissimo, it was the first ingredient listed. I thought, since in this one is was a bit further down the list, it wouldn’t be so bad. But unfortunately I could still taste it and I still didn’t like it.

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1220 tasting notes

Day #8. I think I had some of this once upon a time, but gave it away…I might need to restock. So sleepy…of course, it’s midnight. Hmmmm. But the taste is very nice, I love licorice…maybe I’ll pick up a few grams this weekend.

Cattibrie

I so wish I hadn’t screwed up opening my tea. I would have enjoyed this one. As I said on Twitter I don’t want to ruin what day 18 is like but at least I did enjoy it.

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So reading the name of this tea makes me think of beyonce’s song ( sweet dreams). Give it a listen. Back to the tea, I thought it was perfect, I had it this morning, though I wanted to have it before bed last night. I was too tired to go and make it, so I just waited and had it this morning. It was super yummy and a great chamomile embrace. I may have the rest of the sample for bed tonight. :) What a great day 21 tea.

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Colour me shocked. I avoided this one for so long because of the chamomile, it really isn’t my favourite tea. But what ruined this one for me was the fennel. It was too strong and overpowered everything else to the point where I seriously started wondering if the orange was all used during steeping, since that was all I smelled as it brewed.

I wonder what it’ll be like if I can pick the fennel out. Hmm.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
Ninavampi

Fennel flavor in tea… Puzzling to me…

Indigobloom

bleh. I despise fennel :/

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i love watching the tiny petals still attached to the bud of the flowers, it looks so delicate. The lemongrass floats and intermingles with the liquorice in my glass cup. Its seems a ballet taking place, releasing flavours and making me sleepy- i think this cup is really putting me to sleep- 4am shift, here i come :P bonne nuit

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142 tasting notes

Day 18 of my advent Calendar

I’d like to start off by saying that i am not a fan of Chamomile teas.

dry leaves smell like chamomile, lemon grass and i’m noting a spiciness too.

Steeped it smells really lemony but i can still smell that darn chamomile, Liqueur is a nice amber color.

Time to taste: tart but not too much, chamomile and the licorice there at the end leaves a sweetness on the tongue.

I don’t think that this tea is for me being that i am not a chamomile lover, honestly i don’t think i’ll even finish my cup, but for someone who enjoys chamomile this is a winner.

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Haven’t been sleeping well, hopefully this helps a bit. At first I taste lemon and chamomile with a hint of orange. The licorice isn’t too strong, thankfully. The after taste has a hint of floral which I like and the orange is a bit strong in the after taste as well. I’m finding all chamomile teas are starting to taste the same lately.

Preparation
Boiling 6 min, 0 sec

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322 tasting notes

I haven’t slept worth nothing this week. I think tonight I might though from just pure tiredness.
My husband has been away this week for work… and I miss him… a lot. It’s weird falling asleep alone.

But tonight in the hopes of helping me sleep, I’ve brewed this one up. I don’t mind it, but I don’t care for the licorice. I think just a sprinkle of spearmint would be better.

The colour of this one is beautiful though. The hibiscus turns it just the faintest peach colour when it combines with the soft pale yellow of the lemon/orange/chamomile. A beautiful soft colour. And I must say, it is very well displayed in my 4oz double walled clear glasses. :)

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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