drank Pure Camomile by Twinings
87 tasting notes

I keep thinking to myself “wow, should it be this hot already?” and then I remember we’re in July. This year has just flown by so quickly.

Another camomile tea in my collection. I prefer the spelling chamomile so writing my entire review using camomile caused some eye twitching. But it’s the actual spelling Twinings use.

It was far better than anticipated. Most camomiles I’ve tried have been light with honey sweetness. But this was thick, syrupy and way more sweet than usual. It’s golden syrup with hay.

Reading the existing tasting notes for this, I think the key is to pick the individually foil-wrapped tea bags, rather than the whole box. It keeps the tea fresher and stronger. I’d definitely drink this tea again.


Flavors: Hay, Pancake Syrup, Sweet, Thick

205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 30 sec 2 g 8 OZ / 250 ML

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