This is pleasant. I haven’t had a good chamomile in awhile, so I picked this up with my last Amazon order. It’s very, very chamomile and not a lot of lavender, but that’s fine by me.
Flavors: Flowers, Lavender
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“Chamomile and lavender. And that’s about all I can say about it.” Read full tasting note
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“A pot of this as my last tea before I tuck off into bed. I like this, but it hardly knocks my socks anywhere. It does what it says it will, be a relaxing tea, with an added hint of lavender. I’ve...” Read full tasting note
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Sooo I don’t think that lavender is for me….
My bro used to be OBSESSED with this hookah flavor that was like Kashmir and lavender combined…it tasted like an old person’s house or something…one of his friends also hated it but him and I would smoke it anyway, and he would make so many comments about how bad it is. xD This tea totally brings me back to that haha!
I mean, this isn’t nearly as awful as that tobacco was or anything. But it still reminds me of that. The lavender isn’t overwhelming in it, the chamomile is very much present. I think if I never smoked that Kashmir flavor, I would have liked this better…but this one isn’t for me!
Glad I got to try it though-I almost bought it a few times. Thank you for sending me some of this, Carol Who!
Flavors: Lavender, Sour
This was good, but it wasn’t what I’d call special or even memorable. I think it’s great if you’re just wanting tea. However, I pretty much never find myself with such vague cravings. This was the most plain chamomile tea I’ve tried so far, so at least now I have a truer sense of what chamomile is like. I’ve been wanting to try this one since the first time I perused the Harney & Sons website. Thanks, carol who, for giving me the opportunity to try it!
The first thing out of the PTS box that I simply HAD to try as soon as I could. I want my world to smell like this tea does. So lovely. As for flavor, its mild and easy to drink if you like lavender and chamomile, but nothing outrageous. I still might buy some to keep on hand for nights when I need to calm down.
This tea has a soothing chamomile sweetness accented by other flowers. The blend is very nice but not terribly impressive. More exotic flowers that can compete with the chamomile would be an improvement. The tea tastes shy and comforting with a lasting presence after being swallowed. One is reminded of corn, wheat and somehow dry hay. Overall this chamomile behaves exactly as it is supposed to with few surprises.
Flavors: Corn Husk
This tea is nothing special, and I don’t know why but it tastes powdery to me. I can barely taste the lavender, so this tea is very one note. I can’t write much about it because it’s pretty much like any other chamomile tea. I hate to say it, but I almost think that Tazo’s Calm is better than this. :(
This tea is very pretty and fragrant. It can be quite common as it is mainly composed of chamomile and lavender, but somehow the two together makes a very pleasant aroma that contains the two, yet very different compared to each of them separately. The corn flower leaves actually add accent to the color of dry leaves rather than the lavender. The product was very fresh, the scent was pretty and full bodied, and the taste was comforting and satisfying. When you open the product you can see that the tea satchels are fully filled. Brew about 1 minute the first time, leave out the bag and a little bit longer second and third time around. For me it was okay to brew up to 3-4 times. Quality wise, this tea is great. However, I suspect the satchels are made of nylon, and even though this is a very pretty tisane blend that is healthy, I didn’t give it a full 100 because I don’t think it takes extra creativity to come up with this blend. Chamomile + lavender blend is something I made often at home on my own using the stock tea I had at home. Purchasing of this product was more for convenience rather than trying something new or to add to collection.