Egyptian Chamomile

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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 15 sec

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  • “The last Fairmont tea for me to try. The teabag doesn't smell the best, like the chamomile is dirty or something, so that sketched me out and I almost didn't bother trying this. Steeped though,...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Picked up during a recent hotel stay and becoming part of today's "wind-down Friday" routine. I've always associated chamomile with an apple scent and taste, and while this one has that element,...” Read full tasting note
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    AdhamL 237 tasting notes

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Direct from the sandy loam of the Nile, this light-bodied and delightfully aromatic blend has an expressive and refreshing apple-like character.

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The last Fairmont tea for me to try. The teabag doesn’t smell the best, like the chamomile is dirty or something, so that sketched me out and I almost didn’t bother trying this.

Steeped though, the chamomile sweetens in aroma, and the flavour is overall smoother and sweeter than most of the chamomile teas that I have tried in the past. It doesn’t have that herbal edge that many do, which in a way is good because the flavour isn’t as medicinal. Although this may not taste as fresh and lively as other chamomile tisanes, especially ones that are in loose form, it’s darn good for a bagged one.

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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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Picked up during a recent hotel stay and becoming part of today’s “wind-down Friday” routine. I’ve always associated chamomile with an apple scent and taste, and while this one has that element, it also features a sweet grass/hay note which is nice. It steeps up to a bright golden color, and smells very fresh and floral.

The taste is naturally sweeter than other chamomile I’ve tried, and I like that. It’s really juicy, especially as it cools down, and between that and the meadow-like smell, I’m finding it a very relaxing cup. I don’t think I’ve tried specifically Egyptian chamomile before, so maybe that’s where this nice blend of characteristics is coming from.

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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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