If you steep it for awhile, it tastes delicious – almost like pumpkin spice. It also seems to be more effective than other “bedtime” teas that claim to help you fall asleep.
“Ok. Lost my post 2 times now. Starting to go crazy. Here’s the gist: I wandered into the grocery store looking for Tazo’s Rest, but couldn’t find it, so I settled for this despite previous negative...” Read full tasting note
“This is a good bedtime tea, sweet and soothing. I can taste the other herbs, but they’re not overpowering (as in many herbal teabags, for me) – the predominant taste is caramel, with maybe a bit of...” Read full tasting note
“Throw a bunch of… crap together and Yogi will call it “Caramel” and oh yeah, don’t forget that essential Yogi black pepper. There are so many ingredients here though. I have no idea how this is...” Read full tasting note
“This is the best bedtime tea I’ve ever had, in terms of how well it works. I only use it when I’m really really super restless, like last night. The tea just makes me feel a little more relaxed and...” Read full tasting note
Relax, and breathe in the enchanting aroma of our Soothing Caramel Bedtime® tea. This blend is an effective combination of L-Theanine, Organic Chamomile Flower, Skullcap and California Poppy specifically formulated to support deep relaxation by calming the body and mind, helping you to fall asleep quickly, enjoy a restful night’s sleep and awake refreshed. Sweet, creamy Rooibos, Caramel and Vanilla adds delicious, warming flavor that’s just right for drinking before bedtime. So, relax and drink Soothing Caramel Bedtime tea – for a good night’s sleep.
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Okay this tea is a big mixture of everything. This has to be one of my least favorite teas, that i have ever tried. It did not give off a good smell to me and the taste was more burnt caramel, that was not soothing at all (to me). I;m not big on herbal teas, so this might just be a personal taste issue.
I got this on sale, and I mainly got it for the L-Theanine supplemented in it. That amino acid with the chamomile makes this to be a pretty potent sleeping potion at least for me. I also like caramel, and the ingredients did not look half bad.
The cup is fairly sweet on its own and the caramel is palpable, but so are the herbs which may be a welcoming sign or a turn off for some people. Again, this stuff knocks me out, but that might not happen for everyone. More of a tea for newbies and those craving sweets at bedtime. For other people, no matter how experienced they may be, might think that the blend of herbals is too distracting, or the sweetener in this is too herbal and artificially replicated.
Flavors: Caramel, Herbs
The one ingredient that I was looking for the most was the caramel and it is the one flavor that I cannot taste no matter how long I steep it. To combat the flavor I add Cold Stone sweet cream. Despite the disappointment about the initial taste, it is a good bedtime tea. After drinking it, I do feel sleepy and relaxed. Most of the time I use 2 bags instead of one.
So I really need this tea tonight to relax. I’m listening to Yoga music, too tired to actually do Yoga tonight. Need to unwind, I had an incredibly exciting day today, and not much sleep last night. Last night I read until the wee hours of the morning.
I prefer the caramel Yogi Bedtime tea to the regular, it tastes better.
I just want to relax and fall to sleep.
I received a sample of this from Yogi Tea and waited eagerly for it to arrive. Being a fan of caramel teas, I had high hopes for this tea. I wasted no time making a cup as soon as it arrived.
Though I wouldn’t say it’s horrible, I’m slightly disappointed, as I didn’t detect any caramel at all. Instead, what I tasted the most was chamomile and nutmeg and the usual “herbal” flavor that all Yogi teas seem to have. Regardles, I finished my cup and would probably buy a box of this tea to keep around, because, even though it didn’t taste as I expected, it was still a very relaxing tea to have before bedtime.