Camomile & Spearmint

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Chamomile, Herbaceous, Honey, Linden, Mint, Spearmint, Sweet
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “For me Twinings is among the champions of bagged tea. This is a nice relaxing and refreshing infusion. Camomile and spearmint make a nice combo. Very drinkable. Soothing. Sweetish.” Read full tasting note
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  • “Visiting family in a neighbouring city and upon my departure from home I grabbed a hand of random tea bags and have chosen this. Mint does wonders for my digestion and as I have not long finished...” Read full tasting note
    67
  • “I really enjoy this tea. In general, I tend to avoid tea with camomile but I do keep some in my cupboard. I love this tea as an aid to digestion or a late-night tea to help me sleep. The spearmint...” Read full tasting note
    58
  • “Sipdown! (41 | 245) I got a single wrapped teabag of this in my recent swap. Perfect for a late-night sipdown! :D The chamomile is the strongest flavor here, which I don’t mind as I love...” Read full tasting note
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From Twinings

Sit back and enjoy… With a cup of Camomile & Spearmint in your hands, we encourage you to put your feet up and simply savour this blissful moment! Ideal for when you feel like relaxing – let this delightful blend calm and soothe your soul, helping to whisk you away after a long day.

INGREDIENTS
Camomile (35%), Spearmint Leaves (35%), Blackberry Leaves, Lemongrass, Linden.

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6 Tasting Notes

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227 tasting notes

For me Twinings is among the champions of bagged tea.

This is a nice relaxing and refreshing infusion. Camomile and spearmint make a nice combo. Very drinkable. Soothing. Sweetish.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 15 sec
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i do like twinings and bigalow they arent bad at all

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Visiting family in a neighbouring city and upon my departure from home I grabbed a hand of random tea bags and have chosen this. Mint does wonders for my digestion and as I have not long finished dinner and have a bit of an uncomfortable stomach I am in need of a little bit of help.

You can smell the camomile in this tea before the mint which suggests it’s going to be a chamomile tea with an additional flavour of mint instead of the other way around. Colour wise it reminds me of lemongrass, a gentle and mellow green.

The spearmint itself is light but noticeable with a clean and refreshing finish. A nice balance and suitable for those who prefer subtle flavours and like the easyness of a pre bagged tea.

Overall this is pleasant but I prefer a stronger mint tea.

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more

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I really enjoy this tea. In general, I tend to avoid tea with camomile but I do keep some in my cupboard. I love this tea as an aid to digestion or a late-night tea to help me sleep.

The spearmint has just a hint of pepper, a sharper mint than peppermint and it really transforms this herbal tea. The hit of spearmint balances the gentleness of the camomile really well. I find camomile quite bland but I think it makes a lovely base to this blend. I brewed it for 4 minutes, and noticed the distinct smell of lemongrass while it steeped.

This tea, being naturally caffiene-free and peppery means it’s one of my favourite teas to drink at night.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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Sipdown! (41 | 245)

I got a single wrapped teabag of this in my recent swap. Perfect for a late-night sipdown! :D

The chamomile is the strongest flavor here, which I don’t mind as I love chamomile. It’s soft and mellow with a nice honeyed note. The spearmint makes a nice accent and adds a refreshing cleanness to the blend. Apparently there’s lemongrass and linden in this as well. It’s been a while since I’ve had linden in a tisane, but I think I can taste it here? Especially at the end of the sip.

Obviously this doesn’t taste overly fresh or anything, but it’s perfectly lovely for a low-maintenance bedtime brew and I’m happy to be sipping on it. :)

Flavors: Chamomile, Herbaceous, Honey, Linden, Mint, Spearmint, Sweet

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML

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Hmm. So I found a box of this in my mom’s pantry that she had never opened. It was expired, but I googled around and found out that expired tea just loses flavor rather than being harmful.

Anyway, the smell right off the bat was a bit medicinal. It kind of reminded me of the Icy Hot patches you put on sore muscles. But I love spearmint, so I went ahead and steeped a bag. The taste was not quite as medicinal as the smell, but not as soothing as I hoped. Since I have a box of it now, I may give it another chance, but I’m really on the fence about this one.

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Very good stuff, for camomile tea! (which I normally hate)

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