Pure Chamomile

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Herbal Tea
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  • “Alright, carrying on with chamomile. But I get the feeling from this tea's official description that it might not be a shining example. "An excellent quality product", you say? Hmmm. Well, it...” Read full tasting note
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From Garden of the Andes

Our Chamomile grows on the hillsides of the Andes Mountains. It is considered one of the best varieties of the world, for its especially pleasurable aroma. After tasting it, you will find this organically grown Garden of the Andes Camomile, as an excellent quality product.

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Alright, carrying on with chamomile. But I get the feeling from this tea’s official description that it might not be a shining example. “An excellent quality product”, you say? Hmmm.

Well, it smells like honey to me. Honey and dried grass. The first sip makes me suddenly realize what I have been tasting in herbal “bedtime” teas all these years. So that’s what chamomile tastes like by itself. It’s actually pretty pleasant! It has an vanilla-like quality to it, especially in the aftertaste. In fact, I’d like to taste this in a vanilla blend. I bet some tea company is making that. Must investigate.

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Boiling 4 min, 0 sec
Ze_Teamaker

I still need to try it on its own as well.

Tabby

Glad I’m not the only one around here.

Ashley Bain

being a fan of celestial seasonings honey vanilla chamomile makes me want to find a blend in loose leaf out there that’s similar. chamomile and vanilla pair nicely.

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