Honeycomb Chamomile (Whole Leaf Silky Pyramid)

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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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The inspiration behind this blend… The honeycomb is a little hexagonal house where the bees make and store lots of golden runny honey. We think its beautifully sweet flavour, blends perfectly with our whole bud camomile, which looks like little bursts of sunshine.

The rich sweetness of honey adds a lttle something special to the natural warmth and subtlety of camomile.

Naturally caffeine free with no added sugar.

These buds also happen to be the highest quality part of the camomile bush, which unsurprisingly, gives the nicest, natural, soothing taste.

Our new silk teabags deliver all the flavour of loose leaf tea, but with the convenience of a bag!

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I’ve had a lot of interviews recently, and so I’ve been drinking this tea often to help calm my nerves. I’m drinking it today because I start a new job tomorrow, and I’ve already got butterflies!

I think it’s the scent that helps to calm me most of all — sweet and hay-like, with a mead-ish depth from the honey. Summer in the countryside.

This tea brews to a glorious bright yellow — sunshine in a cup! It’s naturally sweet, although the honey flavouring cuts through the apple-like flavour of the chamomile a little, giving it a slightly more generic “sweet” taste. The smell of the dry buds led me to expect a little more honey flavour, but I suppose you can’t have everything. I say this with most herbal teas, but I think next time I might try adding a little real honey in order to achieve the taste I was wanting.

Chamomile was something I was a little bit afraid of before I started experimenting with whole leaf/bud teas. A lot of the supermarket varieties have a bitter aftertaste that I dislike intensely. This tea has made me reconsider, though. It’s naturally sweet, and very relaxing. A perfect bedtime or nerve-settling tea, and the only way I know of actually drinking a summer day!

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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