Drinking a bit of this with some Double Bergamot Earl Grey still in the bottom of the cup. Adds just a tinge of kick to an otherwise calm tea.
“Drinking a bit of this with some Double Bergamot Earl Grey still in the bottom of the cup. Adds just a tinge of kick to an otherwise calm tea.” Read full tasting note
“I decided to try this because I had never had chamomile before, and it was on sale. It’s sort of built into my nighttime ritual now- I have a cup when I start thinking about bed, as a way to start...” Read full tasting note
“This is an old standby from before I got into loose leaf. Despite its lack of flavor, I find it’s actually somewhat relaxing. The lotus, passion flower, and spearmint are stronger than the...” Read full tasting note
“This is a little to minty for me at bed time, but I’ve started drinking it after supper when a cup tea keeps me from eating something sugary.” Read full tasting note
Soothing and relaxing as its name implies, this flowery, delicate chamomile blend has a minty-lemony taste. Enjoy a cup before bedtime as a relaxing caffeine-free nightcap.
Take a breath, brew a cup of our Chamomile Nights Herbal tea and let the relaxation begin. Sweet and mellow, this tea offers just the right blend of natural herbs and flavors and is just what you need after a “too much” day. Treat yourself to this golden-in-the-cup tea and simply enjoy.
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I decided to try this because I had never had chamomile before, and it was on sale. It’s sort of built into my nighttime ritual now- I have a cup when I start thinking about bed, as a way to start winding down. Since I don’t have another chamomile tea to compare it to, I’ll just say that I like it. It’s a bit sweeter than I’d like, but it’s very smooth and mellow.
This is an old standby from before I got into loose leaf. Despite its lack of flavor, I find it’s actually somewhat relaxing. The lotus, passion flower, and spearmint are stronger than the chamomile, though the chamomile is in there somewhere. It doesn’t taste terrible, but that’s because the flavor is so weak overall. Ultimately, it’s still in my cupboard because it’s got a decent chillout effect and since it works, it doesn’t have to taste amazing. Until I find something at least as effective and tasty, this will have to do.
This is a very stale tea bag from my Grandparent’s house. I think it’s actually the last one that they have of this tea. (The packaging design has been redone since this was bought.)
Stash tea= Childhood Tea so I decided to see how stale this is.
It actually turned out quite nice with some milk and honey. It really reminds me of when I would drink sleepy teas as a child. I always added milk and honey back then and drank chamomile + spearmint blends. This is quite similar to CS Sleepytime tea the original version. Although I remember this tea tasting different when it wasn’t stale it had more of a lemony flavor from the lotus perhaps. Which is why I probably didn’t care for it back then. The smell of the tea bag is also off-putting it smells sort of like lemon floor cleaner or something artifical.
Great for bed time. Mint is the dominating flavour with a a touch of floral/earthiness. I’m guessing the floral/earthy flavour comes from the chamomile since I can’t say I’ve ever had a straight chamomile tea before. It does live up to its name though! Very calming, relaxing tea. Not something I reach for often but I always have a box in the cupboard.
I love this tea! I don’t usually go for chamomile teas. But the spearmint just adds a flavour to it that makes me want to drink it everyday! I don’t know if means your have to drink it at night or its just a name. But i love it! very smooth and nice aroma