Camomile

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Chamomile
Flavors
Dry Grass, Hot hay, Lemon, Straw
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 15 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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  • “The oldest, stalest chamomile are always my favourite. Fresh chamomile is just too vegetal for my liking. This teabag was found at the back of my friend’s pantry and is at least several years old....” Read full tasting note
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The oldest, stalest chamomile are always my favourite. Fresh chamomile is just too vegetal for my liking. This teabag was found at the back of my friend’s pantry and is at least several years old. Score!

It made an excellent cup. 300 mL hot water, steeped the teabag 4 minutes. It produced a delicious chamomile flavour with notes of hay/dried grass, bales of straw, lemon, and pollen.

Flavors: Dry Grass, Hot hay, Lemon, Straw

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 15 sec 10 OZ / 300 ML
Rasseru

I actually just tried to Google aged chamomile. It’s not really a thing I’m afraid to say

Arby

Too bad, because it tastes so much better. I find grandparents/older family friends usually have an old stash of teas. I often buy 3-crown camomile (idk why they spell it that way) and it seems to come stale. The cheapest brands are usually the best bet, dollar stores or cheap grocery store chamomile is usually a lot tastier than fresh loose leaf or expensive pyramid sachets.

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