DescriptionI was told the spice bazaar would have a cure for my malaise. There, a wise herbal merchant sold me a few golden flowers. Later, sipping the infusion, I felt calm and well. Now, I look to my teapot when my spirits need a lift.
PalateAroma: Soft, smooth, and apple-like.
Palate: Delicate and floral with lingering aftertaste.
High health and caffeine free.
A low-growing plant which releases a fragrance reminiscent of apples, chamomile has long been planted near sickly plants to help the overall health of a garden, with overwhelmingly successful results. Having the same effects on humans, chamomile is often used as a tonic and antispasmodic.
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.
Each of our oversized teabags is strong enough to steep two cups of tea.