Another good “Woman” tea, yet I think Celestial Seasonings Tension Tamer is more effective for that.
This tea is still pretty relaxing though, but you must like sasparilla.
“I was going to start a new profile for Tazo Calm in the sachet, since it is so much better than the filter bags, but then I figured: why bother? It’s being discontinued! In...” Read full tasting note
“What not to do with this one: do not attempt to tone down the l(ick!)orice with fresh pineapple mint and a slug of chilled apple juice. My tongue is still trying to shake off the taste of...” Read full tasting note
“And that’s a sip down. I’m experiencing heartburn for like the first time ever practically (I’m looking at you, pan-seared salmon and broccoli and mushrooms sauteed in olive oil),...” Read full tasting note
“In an effort to find non-caffeinated alternatives for the kids to enjoy, I steeped a cup of this tonight and gave them each a taste. We have discovered that neither peanut is a chamomile fan. After...” Read full tasting note
A delicate blend of chamomile blossoms and other soothing herbs, Tazo® Calm™ is made with Egyptian chamomile blossoms blended with fragrant lemon balm leaf from Eastern Europe. Pink rose petals from Morocco impart a light, spicy taste that enhances the apple-like flavor of chamomile.
Ingredients: Chamomile flowers, hibiscus flowers, spearmint leaves, lemongrass, rose petals, blackberry leaves, safflowers, peppermint leaves, sarsaparilla root, lemon balm leaf, licorice root and natural flavors.
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CalmingByron Bay Tea Company
This tea bag smells like Black Draught, an old remedy my grandma use to have when she go sick in the stomach. After I put the sachet in the water, I can quickly taste the rose petals,chamomile and lemongrass. It took a little while to taste the spearmint and the sarasparrilla. This tea is also very grassy and woodsy. It does what it said it will do. CALM!
Been a while since my last teas confession, please forgive me.
Calm is my goto tea in the evening.
If you like to read on the web whilst drinking a cup, look at this: http://lab.arc90.com/experiments/readability/