Organic Fairtrade Lemon Valerian by Hampstead Tea London

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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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Hampstead of London

Tea Estate owner, Rajah Banerjee – who is energetic and passionate about his beloved Makaibari tea estate, challenges is to follow them as: – “we enrich lives at Makaibari – go and do the same thing if you believe you can”.

Organic Fairtrade Lemon Valerian by Hampstead Tea London
Calming infusion

Caffeine free herbal teas can be drunk at any time of day. For a calming cup of valerian, use one tea bag per person and pour on freshly boiled water. Allow to infuse for 2-3 minutes.

Ingredients: Organic Valerian root, chamomile flowers and lemon balm.

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Due to snow shoveling, paperwork shoveling, and elder care anxiety, I hit an exhaustion wall very early last night. Tried an orphan sample of this; I don’t generally like valerian, but the lemon masked it pretty well. As to its medicinal value, I was in bed by 8:00 p.m.—due largely in part to the fatigue, but this no doubt contributed.


I hope the tea helped you rest well to face the day with renewed energy. Also not a fan of valerian, although.. if it works? Fantastic.


I’ve not used valerian often enough to confirm that it really has an effect on me. (I’ve commented elsewhere that valerian tastes like you’re licking a dead tree branch.) Tulsi is my usual calmer-downer of choice.

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A review of Organic Fairtrade Lemon Valerian by Hampstead Tea London

Company: Hampstead Tea London
Tea Name: Organic Fairtrade Lemon Valerian
Tea Type/Varietal: herbal
Steeping Vessel/Amt Leaf: cup/ tea bag
Liquor Color: lightest honey brown
Leaf Characteristic:


1st Steeping:
Water Temp: 200
Time: 2-3 minutes

Using freshly boiled water I put my tea bag in my cup and left it to steep for a few minutes. The tea’s aroma is sweetly of the chamomile and liken to the color of honey or a very light brown. It is soothing as I sip of this tea; it makes me feel calm as the infusion is meant to calm one at the end of the day.

I even added a few drops of my Sleep Support tincture (for those nights when you can’t get to sleep. You can take this tincture straight or in water to help to help you relax and get some shut-eye). I obtained this tincture as part of my summer CSA share from Sweetgrass Herbals ( and this did seem to liven the cup that much more. The dropper also contains valerian; so it is my double dosage with the hope for a good night sleep.

Overall tasting notes: A calming infusion of lemon and chamomile which goes to making this valerian tea a wonderful relaxant.

Cup’s characteristic: calm and soothing cup of tea

Liquor color: lightest brown/ honey like

Taste: mildly citrusy with hints of chamomile

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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