Chamomile tea has a luscious golden tone and delicate flavor that makes it a traditional favorite. It is not technically a tea, but rather a cascade of tiny yellow flowers prized for their aroma. You will love the beauty of these little flowers in your infuser! Chamomile has long been known as a bedtime tea, as it contains natural properties which promote restfulness and drowsiness. Chamomile is best served hot and is delicious with a bit of honey or some fresh mint leaves.
Ratings & Reviews
Didn't expect so many dried stems in it, more flowers. Still okay for tea.Carmen, Chula Vista, CA
Great teaMyrlande, Tavares, FL
It’s the fluffiest chamomile I’ve ever brewed and it is good. I was not sure about the amount needed, or time required to brew, so my 1st cup was strong and bitter. I adjusted the amount and time and it was as good a cup of camomile as I’ve had.Pamela, Covington, LA
Very good. I have a cup before bed every night.Darlene, Howard Lake, MN
Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Store at room temperature for up to 6 months.
Country of origin: United States
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