Pretty good. I prefer the darker teas for the stronger flavors, but when you have a cold, a nice cuppa Chamomile is tough to beat. The added citrusy flavor is also a bonus. Got to be sweetened with honey. I enjoyed it.
The tea was delightfully average! And for a camomile below.
I don’t know if it’s the fact that when it comes to camomile unlike it pure with vanilla and honey but this just didn’t really do it for me. Lemon teas have always been problematic because the sour and citrus flavors never translate that well. I personally love sour tastes so I love teas like tazo passion and tazo wild sweet orange because they have citric acid. Although not horrible I found this tea a little bland and will not be repurchasing.
Prior to steeping I must say I was very turned off by the smell…it was a cross between a sweet smell and a medicine-E smell…not pleasant. Once you begin steeping and while steeping the scent changes to a more lemon-E Scent which is certainly more pleasant and on the verge of relaxing. It’s a very light shade of Yellowish Green in color. The taste is quite pale but nice to kick back to at the end of the day. Please give this one a shot – don’t base it on first smell! it’s a decent cuppa in the long run – if you are looking to relax, that is.
I had this last night before bed. It was the perfect relaxer. Even though I oversteeped it (12 minutes versus the 4-6 recommended), there was no aftertaste, and the flavor was wonderful. The mixture of lemon and chamomile was the most relaxing end to the day.