Lemon, Honey, and Chamomile

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  • “For someone who doesn't much do honey in tea, this nook in my cherry wood tea chest is emptying out fast! It's gentle, nicely balanced, a no-brain steeper. Not nearly as syrupy cloying as the...” Read full tasting note
    gmathis 1715 tasting notes
  • “Cards and Tea travelling teabox I pulled this one out because i have no chamomile teas in my cupboard at the moment. I was also intrigued by the use of the world "honey" since i typically add...” Read full tasting note
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    Silaena 4923 tasting notes
  • “When I first tried this tea, I had quite liked it. However, I'm trying it a second time, and it's really not doing it for me. All I can taste is a fake lemony flavoring that reminds me of...” Read full tasting note
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    teaqueen 314 tasting notes

From The Boston Tea Company

A touch of lemon, a splash of honey, and dash of chamomile flowers, here’s a tea that will calm your spirits and warm your soul. A tea so delicious and naturally caffeine-free, you’ll be able to take delight in it morning, noon, and night!

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6 Tasting Notes

1715 tasting notes

For someone who doesn’t much do honey in tea, this nook in my cherry wood tea chest is emptying out fast! It’s gentle, nicely balanced, a no-brain steeper. Not nearly as syrupy cloying as the Ludens cough drops we’d eat full boxes of during the sermon on Sundays, but brings back that sensory memory.

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Cards and Tea travelling teabox

I pulled this one out because i have no chamomile teas in my cupboard at the moment. I was also intrigued by the use of the world “honey” since i typically add honey to my sleepytime teas :) this smells like honey upon brewing it, and the first sips are distinctively chamomile and honey. I like that this is also green rooibos and not red. this was nice to try, though i think if it was a regular in my cupboard, i’d drink it with just a little lemon added to really get that honey, lemon flavour out of it :)

gmathis

You’ve been sipping on some of my favorite bagged teas. I was surprised at how much I liked this one.

Sil

heh this one wasn’t bagged unless someone went to the trouble of opening bags and putting them in a plastic bag haha

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When I first tried this tea, I had quite liked it. However, I’m trying it a second time, and it’s really not doing it for me. All I can taste is a fake lemony flavoring that reminds me of chemicals, followed by a faint sweetness that is barely reminiscent of honey.

I didn’t prepare it any differently this time. Maybe my tea tastes change with my mood.

In any event, I’ll give this a third chance at another time before I lower my rating on it. For tonight, it’s a miss for me, unfortunately.

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