Chamomile/Peppermint Plus

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  • “This is sipdown no. 9 for the year. (I have to say this counting thing is sort of fun.) I’ve been drinking this just about every day since my initial note, because every day since then there’s...” Read full tasting note
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From Independence Coffee Co.

Chamomile/Peppermint Infusion. Carefully blended chamomile blossoms, peppermint leaves, yarrow, valarian and other soothing herbals.

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This is sipdown no. 9 for the year. (I have to say this counting thing is sort of fun.)

I’ve been drinking this just about every day since my initial note, because every day since then there’s been a point during the day when my throat went ka-blooey. Either it seemed to have caught on fire, or more recently, it has just been sort of hoarse and achy when I’ve had to talk a lot at work.

I think I’ve turned the corner in terms of this illness, or at least I hope so. I went to get a flu shot today and my temp was up a couple of tenths of a point but not enough for them to tell me not to get the shot.

Having turned the health corner (fingers crossed) I was eager to turn the medicinal tea corner as well. This doesn’t market itself as medicinal, but that’s how I’ve been using it and it has fit the bill nicely. It’s hard to know whether it’s the mint or the chamomile that’s more soothing. The freshness of the mint definitely cools a painful throat and the softening effect of the chamomile is something of a balm.

I’ve discovered this is best drunk while hot. When it cools it gets really medicine-y tasting. Hot, as it was meant to be, it’s actually rather pleasant, despite my sometime distrust of chamomile.

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