Nuit calme

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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “A few years ago, while feeling really overstressed and not sleeping well, I came across this in my supermarket and bought it. I usually like camomile herbal tea, lime-tree herbal tea and all kind...” Read full tasting note
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    LaFleurBleue 111 tasting notes
  • “I tried this tisane after seeing it in all the supermarkets in Paris, and I wanted a change from chamomile. I really love the taste and drink it most winter evenings. I steep it four minutes, but...” Read full tasting note
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    nancoix 16 tasting notes

From La Tisaniere

With this new mix of herbal teas, have mellowness rhyme with serenity. Sleep is a prerequisite to physical and psychological well-being : it represents close to 1/3rd of one’s life!
With Nuit calme (Still Night), discover the perfect alliance of lime-blossom, orange tree and camomile teas, all of them renowned for their relaxing properties.
The night falls, the calm comes back onto the house. It’s the ideal moment to get away from the day’s stress and relish this mellow and subtle herbal tea. Naturally without caffeine, Nuit Calme helps you smoothly to enjoy a good night!

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A few years ago, while feeling really overstressed and not sleeping well, I came across this in my supermarket and bought it.
I usually like camomile herbal tea, lime-tree herbal tea and all kind of orange blossom / orange tree tea.
I did not expect miracles, but thought it could not do any harm.
How wrong was I !
I do not know how it can be possible, that a mix of 3 things that I like can turn into something that I really do not like at all, but there it was. An unpleasant smell (even my husband complained from a few meters away), an absolutely disgusting taste : like overdried grass and a bit of earth put into hot water. I could not drink more than a very few sips and stopped as I felt it would upset my stomache. This bad experience created more excitement not conducive to sleep than the mellow relaxed feeling I was supposed to fall into.
After a few days, I threw the whole box away, not even trying to give it to someone else, neither willing to find alternative ways to use it.
I think those were probably among the most expensive and the worst tasting sips of my whole life.
It was the last time I bought any product from La Tisaniere.

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec
cteresa

It sounds vile! But funny about the brand, it used to be ubiquitous around here some years ago, I quite liked a few of their fruit tisanes. But maybe those were better or my memory is very kind.

And sleep tisanes it´s like they got the potential to go so very very wrong. particularly when they insist on putting valerian on it!

LaFleurBleue

My memory of their fruit tisanes is rather good, as well, although they changed most of their recipe sometime around 2005 and I did not like the new ones.
With detox / health-improvement / natural sleep inducer mix, it often turns bad to my opinion, as if given it a bad to vile taste was necessary to convince the customer of the product efficiency, like the embodiment of the sentence “no pain, no gain”.

cteresa

Yes, I think you are right, they need to make it taste bad so we feel virtuous taking it!

To be fair, some of my favorite lovely-tasting rooibos (Marco Rouge, or Berry Berry Nice) can make me feel extremely well and nicely ready to go to sleep.

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I tried this tisane after seeing it in all the supermarkets in Paris, and I wanted a change from chamomile. I really love the taste and drink it most winter evenings. I steep it four minutes, but it’s not at all fussy (like real tea). The taste is of tilleul (linden), orangier (orange blossom), and chamomile, but since those first two flavors are foreign to most people, you’ll just have to take my word that it’s mellow and soothing! They make another version with verveine (verbena) that I like even better.

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170 °F / 76 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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