I’m usually not one for herbal teas, but this tea doesn’t make me point my nose in the other direction. Not anything spectacular, but it does seem to calm me down and soothe my tired throat. Might buy some more if I run out.
“I’m usually not one for herbal teas, but this tea doesn’t make me point my nose in the other direction. Not anything spectacular, but it does seem to calm me down and soothe my tired throat. Might...” Read full tasting note
“Nothing too special. The teabag has a very enticing honey smell. When brewing it goes from a light yellow to a deep amber very quickly and it’s got an overwhelming lemon taste as well. I still have...” Read full tasting note
“I mentioned enjoying chamomile, and the next day my friend brought me all her chamomile teas, including this one, since she isn’t such a fan. The honey flavor is pretty strong, and the chamomile is...” Read full tasting note
“Very sweet and lemony, but not acidic. I love this tea!” Read full tasting note
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I mentioned enjoying chamomile, and the next day my friend brought me all her chamomile teas, including this one, since she isn’t such a fan. The honey flavor is pretty strong, and the chamomile is tasty. They go together really pleasantly. I’m drinking it with almond milk and flavoring syrup, as always. I’d consider getting more of this. It’s not super fantastic or anything, but it does a good job at the flavor it’s aiming for. It sets itself apart from other chamomile tea bags for sure.
Keep in mind that I’m not a lemon-y kind of person…
I got this tea as a gift from a friend. It was a kind gesture, haha :)
But initially, it was the sweet scent of honey that drew me in. The lemon taste was a little overwhelming and had a little artificial kind of taste…
However, it’s a great tea to re-steep 3-5 times and chamomile is amazing.
And the boxing is amazing- Alice in Wonderland is worth a little futterwacken! (an AiW reference :D)
I am constantly buying differents teas. However, this tea was a gift from a friend who visited Disney. It came with a two other flavors. I went by smell to see which I would drink first. I think this tea is ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL. I do NOT put white sugar in it. I put a couple of teaspoons of brown sugar in the raw in it and it tastes great!!! I would like to buy just a box of the Lemon Honey Chamomile. It is delicious and smooth.
Generally not a big fan of chamomile, but I had a sore throat today, so…
The tea bag had a fantastic honey scent right out of the box. Once brewed, it still smelled more of honey than anything else. Lemon dominates the flavor, but that’s ok with me, since I’d rather not taste too much chamomile.
Overall, it’s decent but not amazing. I brewed it double strength (2 teabags for about 12oz of water) and I’d recommend doing it that way.
As I took the first bag from the box the scent was awful but I followed thru with it. I began to steep and the aroma morphed into something more of a Lemon-Honey than the undesirable first-scent. It’s Yellowish in color. Once you taste it you can taste more lemon than honey and more of both than chamomile but the chamomile is still present. I must say that the smell and the taste are quite different. Almost like once you smell it you think you know what it is going to taste like but then it’s so NOT the case. It’s an average cup…not tremendous but not bad. I’ll give it a thumbs up but not much over a neutral.