There’s a great natural sweetness to this tea, I was surprised at the strength and the depth of the flavour was considering this is a supermarket bagged tea. There’s a mild grassiness at the start of the mouthful, which turns smooth and almost buttery, and ends sweet with a very slight hint of licorice. Overall, it’s a really lovely chamomile that I would recommend.
Known for its relaxing properties, camomile is considered by aromatherapists to be calming, soothing and an ‘aid to creativity’.
Made with pure camomile flowers, Camomile Smile has a beautifully delicate colour and flavour, redolent of fresh fields of daises and light hearted spring sunshine.
In Tudor England camomile was used for lawns as a substitute for grass – a trend which has seen a revival in recent years.
Many people recommend drinking a cup of camomile tea before bedtime due to its reputed relaxing and calming properties.