Chamomile Citrus

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Chamomile, Hibiscus Flowers, Lemon Myrtle, Lemongrass, Natural Flavours, Orange Peels, Rose Hips, Spearmint
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 15 sec 6 g 18 oz / 532 ml

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  • “The trick with this one, I think, is being lavish on the leaf and longish on the time. Done so, all the fruit goodies have time to define themselves instead of having to compete with strong...” Read full tasting note
    gmathis 1718 tasting notes
  • “A soothing cup for a crazy afternoon...just threw a bag into the cup and left it whilst going over extremely boring, aggravating, yet highly important things. On bright note, I will be...” Read full tasting note
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    Madmama 902 tasting notes
  • “When I get stressed I sometimes get eye twitches - bothersome, but they go away once the stress is gone. In the midst of midterms and moving I was getting a frequent twitching feeling in my left...” Read full tasting note
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    hammaryn 148 tasting notes
  • “I wanted more tea, but not more caffeine. I used to have a lot of herbal teas, but somehow that is no longer the case. I did come across a sample box from mighty leaf that was given to me from one...” Read full tasting note
    Terri HarpLady 2955 tasting notes

From Mighty Leaf Tea

Chamomile Citrus herbal tea is a refreshing infusion perfected to curl up with and savor by the sip. Made with Soothing Egyptian Chamomile flowers and subtle slices of citrus fruit, this vibrant blend will rejuvenate the spirit. From intoxicating aroma to sweet flavor, this Mighty Leaf signature blend with Chamomile, fruits and herbs reflects our vision of the artisan tea experience. Ingredients: Rosehips, orange peels, chamomile flowers, lemon grass, lemon myrtle, nana mint, hibiscus flowers, natural citrus flowers, natural flavors

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Mighty Leaf Tea was born for the sole purpose of infusing life into an ancient indulgence by creating tea products that reach new heights of quality and innovation. Our passion is creating the most incredible handcrafted tea blends found anywhere, globally sourcing the finest ingredients available. Paralleling the highest standards of quality at Mighty Leaf Tea is ongoing creative innovation.

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1718 tasting notes

The trick with this one, I think, is being lavish on the leaf and longish on the time. Done so, all the fruit goodies have time to define themselves instead of having to compete with strong chamomile. Getting some nice broad lemony-orange flavor (as opposed to thin, tight citrus tartness, if that makes sense).

Good company on a calm evening in my backyard while I surf for what I did wrong with these confounded laifen rice noodles! I am determined not to let these things defeat me! Any accomplished Thai/Asian cooks know how to properly prepare Sinbo Brand rice vermicelli? Following the poorly translated English directions didn’t work :)

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A soothing cup for a crazy afternoon…just threw a bag into the cup and left it whilst going over extremely boring, aggravating, yet highly important things.

On bright note, I will be visiting my school next to Cuppa tomorrow (due to above things). A latte will definitely be in order.

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When I get stressed I sometimes get eye twitches – bothersome, but they go away once the stress is gone. In the midst of midterms and moving I was getting a frequent twitching feeling in my left eye, and even after we moved it wasn’t going away! So I have decided to limit my caffeine and alcohol for a couple of weeks at least. This means more herbal tea, so I picked this up at the grocery store.
I am a big chamomile fan, and this is pleasing but it’s not going to be one of my favorites. It’s rather sweet for an herbal tea and I keep wondering what kind of flavoring or additive they slipped in to make it taste so sweet. It is certainly pretty to look at though, and it’s helping satisfy my tea craving without the caffeine.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
Alysha

That eye twitching happens to me too! It can definitely be irritating. Hopefully it goes away soon!

Claire

Thanks Alysha! It’s already a little better after two days of minimal caffeine. I’m allowing myself one 6oz cup of coffee in the AM and no caffeine after that.

Fjellrev

I totally get that too, especially with eye strain! Chamomile should help relax those muscles. :)

ashmanra

Ha ha! Right eye for me!

canadianadia

I get that sometimes too. For some reason when it happens to me, it makes me think of Ren and Stimpy

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I wanted more tea, but not more caffeine. I used to have a lot of herbal teas, but somehow that is no longer the case. I did come across a sample box from mighty leaf that was given to me from one of my students, & this one looks interesting.

In my mind, this is a classic herbal tea. It is aesthetically beautiful, & the flavors are nicely balanced so that I can taste each ingredient, without anything being in my face. There is just enough chamomile, just enough citrus, etc.

As a side note, I’d like to say that I don’t care for the ‘silk’ bags. They are not biodegradable, & the proof is in my compost pile. If I were to order more of this, I’d want it loose.

Sil

Stacy has a chamomile blend that’s a nice “everyday” kinda of chamomile citrus

Terri HarpLady

I’ll have to give that one a try on my next butiki order, which will probably be coming up soon!

Sil

It’s relatively inexpensive too if I recall… Heh

Terri HarpLady

That’s good to know! : )

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One of the downfalls of being a caffeine addict who can’t drink caffeine after 8pm if I want to sleep is that I don’t typically have around a lot of herbals. And I don’t usually care for red rooibos, so that’s usually right out too. Green is better, but harder to find in blends I would like. So that leads me to this tonight.

This smells like fruit loops and tastes pretty much exactly like what’s in it. So, like chamomile, lemon grass, a slight bitter orange element with a very subtle minty aftertaste.

It’s nothing exciting, but it’s a good cup to relax into tonight.

Preparation
Boiling 6 min, 0 sec
Terri HarpLady

I’m in the same boat. I really need some satisfying herbal teas around here!

moraiwe

That’s where I’m struggling too. And the search continues ~

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This smells so much like fruit loops! Take into consideration I just brushed my teeth, but got cold and wanted some tea. This tea smells and tastes like an herbal variation of fruit loops. I taste the lemon and rosehiosand chamomile. I’m happy it isn’t a sweet chamomile. I will definitely be getting a box of this soon!

Meghann M

Wow is this working well. Goodnight. Perfect tea for tonight as I wake at 3:30am for work.

Jaime

‘Like’ that tea is good and working. ‘Extremely dislike’ waking up at 3:30 for work.

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I’ve decided I need to give chamomile a chance. I never really had it growing up, so I’ve never had a taste for it. But if it’s something that’s tried and true to de-stress, I’ll give it a try.

As I hit the sachet with hot water, it expands into a little floating pillow full of pale dried flowers and what looks like lemongrass. I think I can see some fruit peelings in there, too. The citrus scent is very powerful and sour, and makes me think of grapefruit and oranges. It’s so strong that I’m giving it a minute less than the instructions say.

The taste is more on the lemony side, with a vaguely minty herbal flavor mixed in. It’s not as harsh with citrus as the aroma had lead me to believe. There’s something about it that tastes very clean, and I like that. Honestly, however, I’m not sure what good chamomile is supposed to taste like, so I can’t make any judgements there. I’ll try a plain chamomile next…

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

I recommend Egyptian Chamomile, it’s really sweet and honey like. Only one I know of is from David’s Tea but I’m sure there are others!

fermataleaf

Adagio also carries Egyptian Chamomile, and I like it, but I’ve never compared with David’s Tea.

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So I am not a chamomile fan, but I am a little leary of my new package of Goji Pop and I need something to bring me out of my funk, something red and bright and happy, so I reached for this.

I am hoping I can sip-sip away my (Please God let it be true) last day of blood work!

We shall see, I will be back.

Jenn

I’m sending you calming/ supportive vibes. Blood work can be so stressful! Do you fear you may find another “friend” in your Goji Pop? I’m off to sift through mine again… just to be safe :)

MaddHatter

I doubt there will be another friend in Goji Pop. Thank-you for the vibes, I’ll need them more if I get the answers I anticipate, either that or my family DR will need to go into hiding! “You’re healthy Erin, it’s all in your head” (riiiiiight!)

Jenn

Vibes are very hippiesque, but I figure no harm can come of someone thinking positive thoughts about you. I want it to all be in your head so that you’ll be well, but I know how frustrating it is to feel unwell with no explanation. So, maybe you could just be a little crazy and they could give you a pill for that. I’m kidding! ((((hugs))))

MaddHatter

lol, Now it is just waiting for the appointments for various ultrasounds and I will have my answers

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At BeansBoro Coffeehouse (Greensboro, NC) with a Buckwheat Shortbread cookie with Maple Icing (Zen Cat bakery).

Time to get my study on! 2 more weeks in this semester, then a 2-week break before summer semester. sigh Why am I in grad school again?

Janefan

Again, as in for the second time. Already have an MA, now adding a graduate certificate in a more specialized field. It’s kind of necessary for my professional development/job security, but still… my ability to focus has diminished greatly in the past decade, as has my over-acheiverness (I can’t call it ambition.)

Nicole

That’s a loooong time to have to study… poor thing.

Janefan

By a decade, what I mean is that I was in grad school from 2003-2005, then from 2011-2013. Not sure how it’s taking me as long to get a 4-course certificate as it did to get a full MA, but I guess that’s where the lack of energy and focus come in…

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Chamomile is really good with lemon flavors! Who knew? The lemon grass and the lemon myrtle really come through in this, and give it a nice bright flavor.

Robert Godden

Because I’m allergic to citrus, O often add lemon myrtle and / or lemongrass to stuff for a lemon flavour. Not much you can do about the flavour of chamomile, though :)

fcmonroe

I guess I’m lucky that I’ve learned to like chamomile!

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