Pure Chamomile

Tea type
Herbal Tea
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Flavors
Floral
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Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 15 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “I am sorry about this - I have made this confusing. I couldn't believe this was not on here, and then AFTER I submitted the tea entry, I realized why it was not in here..."Chamomile" is spelled...” Read full tasting note
    cinoi1551 243 tasting notes
  • “It got to quarter to nine tonight and I just really wanted chamomile tea, so I picked up a box of this from the Co-Op. Usually I would have wanted whole chamomile flowers (they look so pretty...” Read full tasting note
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    sunlandictwins 32 tasting notes
  • “I was forced to use this when I ran out of Loose leaf Chamomile from Davids and Teaopia. It was a sad... sad day... However I would not let my relaxing night time routine stop because I used all...” Read full tasting note
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    JonnyPD 24 tasting notes
  • “I just got sick (I really thought I was done with that part of pregnancy), and needed something to clear out the bad taste that wouldn't upset my stomach. I had a bag of this on my tea wreath, so...” Read full tasting note
    rosebudmelissa 83 tasting notes

From Twinings

Camomile herb teas has long been a European favorite, with its light clean flavor and soothing effect. One of the most widely used herbs in the world today, camomile was first discovered by the Egyptians who dedicated it to their gods for its many useful properties. The Greeks also used camomile extensively, naming it “ground apple” for the apple-like aroma of the herb. Enjoy the soothing and calming benefits of Twinings Camomile Herbal Tea.

Ingredients
Camomile

Directions
Pour freshly boiled water over teabag and allow to brew for 2-5 minutes depending on desired strength.

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243 tasting notes

I am sorry about this – I have made this confusing. I couldn’t believe this was not on here, and then AFTER I submitted the tea entry, I realized why it was not in here…“Chamomile” is spelled differently (from everywhere else I have ever seen it) as “Camomile” There is already an entry.

I do not know how to delete this Tea Entry…Sorry again.

See my actual tasting note under the correctly entered tea – Pure Camomile.

Cofftea

Cinoi- PM Jason and ask him to merge the tasting notes for the tea spelled incorrectly w/ this one. He can fix it:)

Cinoi

Thanks Cofftea!

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It got to quarter to nine tonight and I just really wanted chamomile tea, so I picked up a box of this from the Co-Op. Usually I would have wanted whole chamomile flowers (they look so pretty brewing in a glass pot!) and not teabags, but I ran out last week :(

As far as chamomile goes, you can’t really get it wrong. This definitely wasn’t the best I’ve ever had, but it was good enough for me. It produces a really beautiful golden liquor and smells absolutely wonderful. The only fault I could find was that the taste is rather flat – maybe I’ve just been spoiled by some really fantastic chamomiles in the past, but this tea doesn’t have the same complexity of flavour that I’m used to.

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I was forced to use this when I ran out of Loose leaf Chamomile from Davids and Teaopia. It was a sad… sad day…

However I would not let my relaxing night time routine stop because I used all my loose leaf, I looked in the cupboard, and there was Twinings.

I do not know much about Twinings, this was the first time I have had one of their teas.

My expectations weren’t too high, so I boiled the water as usual and let steep for 5minutes. I was surprised to taste a modest earthiness to it, which brought back memories of Davids chamomile, it was not as exciting as Davids, but it was a good chamomile tea.

Smooth and Relaxing – Those are my guidelines for Chamomile teas (and Herbal sometimes). Since it was both, I found one folly. It was rather weak, and I much preferred other chamomiles.

But go for it, it is a great tea none the less.

Preparation
5 min, 0 sec

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83 tasting notes

I just got sick (I really thought I was done with that part of pregnancy), and needed something to clear out the bad taste that wouldn’t upset my stomach. I had a bag of this on my tea wreath, so I decided to use it. I find Chamomile incredibly soothing, and I’m not too picky about it (although most of what I’ve had is bagged), so this was exactly what I was looking for. Mild, floral taste somewhat reminiscent of sweet apples.

Flavors: Floral

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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i don’t like this tea. tastes like weird wacky flowers :( (not saying that all herbal flower teas taste bad.)

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It’s alright. But I’ve had way better chamomile.

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Pure Chamomile is really nothing special. I was expecting it to be yellow when I brewed it (I steeped one bag in 12 oz of water) and it turened out really dark and strong! I kind of gagged when I sipped it….sorry Twinings. Maybe it’s just me, maybe it’s because I’m not a fan of chamomile… or maybe not. It really is exactly that, pure chamomile, as strong as can be. All in all, I will not be preparing this tea anytime soon, the taste is too overwhelming.

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The taste and aroma is rather flat compared to other chamomile teas I’ve had in the past. The color is strong golden color, and there are no artificial fragrance added, but I wish there was more body to the fragrance.

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