A tranquil and calming herbal infusion of sweet and apple-fragrant golden chamomile blossoms harvested from the fertile plains in the Nile Valley of Egypt.
Probably the most popular herbal tea, Chamomile has a long history in folk medicine, dating back to ancient Egypt when it was used to treat malaria. Medieval Germans drank Chamomile tea to relieve indigestion. Chamomile has an apple-like floral taste, a sweet fragrance, and makes a gentle sedative.
"I have used your teas in many dishes over the years. I have a wood-smoked lamb rack with the chamomile tea, and have used the peppermint in soups and dressings." - ICON Mark Hagan
Double-chambered to allow for the most flavorful infusion from individually cut leaves.