Not bad…… I like Chamomile tea but what a pity I just think lots of brands offer good chamomile tea and this one isn’t unique enough.Very smooth compared to some ordinary loose herb or orders from beverage shops though.
“Not bad…… I like Chamomile tea but what a pity I just think lots of brands offer good chamomile tea and this one isn't unique enough.Very smooth compared to some ordinary loose herb or orders ...” Read full tasting note
“Not all chamomile teas are created the same. Whenever I need something to knock me out for the night, I turn to Stash's Chamomile Tea. For some reason, it's more potent in its effects compared to...” Read full tasting note
“I need to relax tonight, so I thought I'd make some chamomile tea, by Stash. I signed up for beginner's Spanish I at the local community college. I love foreign languages. I took French and...” Read full tasting note
“I think all chamomiles taste the same... definitely not a chamomile connoisseur.” Read full tasting note
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Not all chamomile teas are created the same. Whenever I need something to knock me out for the night, I turn to Stash’s Chamomile Tea. For some reason, it’s more potent in its effects compared to other brands.
I find the aroma of this tea very strong—a musky flowery smell which almost overwhelms the senses as if one is trapped in a chamomile warehouse. It also tastes rather musky, but in a rather pleasant way. It’s the beckoning finger of the sandman, promising a night of undisturbed rest.
And unlike a lot of other things, it actually delivers on that promise.
Recommended as: an alternative to a sleeping pill
Brewing suggestions: boiling water/1 teabag per 1 cup water/steep 5 min
I need to relax tonight, so I thought I’d make some chamomile tea, by Stash. I signed up for beginner’s Spanish I at the local community college. I love foreign languages. I took French and German in High School, and got good grades. I’m going to buy my hopefully used text book this week. I’m going to work with the library about rearranging my volunteering hours from Monday to Tuesday. Chamomile fits my mood tonight. I did some cleaning, because I won’t have time on Monday or Tuesday. I have a busy schedule. I’m using my mug that’s green and says tea all over it, I got it from Family Dollar. I’m going to add honey to my tea. I wanted to see Percy Jackson this weekend, but it was all sold out. I had dinner with my dad and step-mom.
I keep finding more bags of this Stash Chamomile, which I like, so I decided to try a steep-off tonight with Bigelow Cozy Chamomile. Stash won hands down. It’s definitely my favorite filter bag chamomile at this point.
I do prefer loose leaf sachets over all of the filter bag varieties.
I bought this tea to help me sleep (if you’ve seen my other notes, you may have noticed that I have trouble sleeping and turn to a variety of bedtime teas for help). I like chamomile, but this one is just too strong for my taste. I agree with Syaffolee that it has a strong musky scent. I just find it overwhelming. Steeping it for only a couple of minutes helps, but not much. I far prefer the H&S chamomile. It has a much lighter scent and flavor while still making me sleepy.
I used 1 teabag in 16 ounces of boiling water, steeped for 2-3 minutes.
I think Stash Chamomile is the best Chamomile that I have had to date. In terms of how chamomile teas go I would describe this one as being lighter smooth and sweet with a slightly less intense floral taste as others. It is amazing in how much of a difference there can be in dried chamomile flowers from one brand to another.