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Flowers, Citrusy, Cut Grass, Lemon, Orange Blossom, Bitter
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Caffeine Free
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205 °F / 96 °C 7 min, 15 sec 9 oz / 279 ml

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Imagine this: You just SLAYED your day. That to-do list? Completed. That load of laundry? You folded it and put it away. You even achieved the impossible: inbox zero. Damn, you’re good. And now it’s time to sit back and bask in the splendor of your awesomeness.

But wait, what is this feeling you’re feeling? For some reason, it’s a little difficult to wind down after hustling like you do. Don’t fret, though. Just brew up some of our chamomile tea. Among chamomile tea benefits is that it’s a well-known tea that helps you sleep. So if you’re in need of some chillaxin’, choose the best chamomile tea around. You deserve it.

In classic Stash Tea fashion, we sourced the finest chamomile just for you. We had to travel 7,226 miles to Egypt to bring you this level of quality. The perfect climate and centuries of cultivation make Egypt the absolute best producers of chamomile. Egyptian chamomile has the largest, brightest flowers with the most fragrance and, of course, flavor.

In short, this is a classic ‘treat yo’self’ tea. You can’t pour from an empty tea cup. Make sure you refill yours.


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3-5 minutes at 190-209 degrees Fahrenheit


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1353 tasting notes

Have: Headache.
Will swap for: New supply of Orange Puerh from Nothing But Tea

This is a backlog from a few days ago, actually. Not the headache, but the following. I received this bag from Fleurdelily and it’s been hanging around since then, because I don’t actually care much for chamomile at all, really. We do keep a blend around with chamomile and licorice root, but that’s purely for therapeutic reasons. It tastes vile, but it’s wonderfully soothing when one is ill.

So that’s why I had my trepidations about this one. Part of me thought I ought to wait until next time I got ill, because if chamomile is the sort of thing to drink under such circumstances, then surely I couldn’t give it a proper go if I was feeling well.

But then the other day as I was doing something or other in the bathroom, I just suddenly had this chamomile craving. It was like I could actually smell it. The time was right, I reckoned. Besides, I had just had a couple of days of feeling generally wonky, so my terms of unwellness were met too.

I made me a cup and took it with me to bed to read. I’ve done that a lot, lately, actually. Gone to bed early with a cup to read before bedtime. I was expecting to be able to drink maybe half because of the inherent vileness of chamomile, but I actually ended up drinking the whole thing.

The aforementioned vile concoction is loose leaf, whereas this one is bagged, and believe that is what made the difference. The bag just gave a milder sort of chamomile flavour than the loose stuff, probably for the very same mechanisms that loose is otherwise generally preferable over bags. In the particular case, however, the opposite worked to my advantage.

Yeah, I think I’ll drink the other bag I was given as well, although I will wait to see if I get that craving again, because that was definitely also a large factor in my experience here. Without it, I don’t know that this would have worked for me as relatively well as it did.


Love it: “the inherent vileness of chamomile”… I so hear you. And I keep trying to like it.


When I was younger I would actually drink chamomile for pleasure. I liked it then, and totally didn’t understand most people’s ‘only when ill’ attitude. I thought it was really nice with a bit of liquid honey as well. Then… I don’t know when or how it happened. My tongue just completely turned around on chamomile. Now I can barely stand the stuff. It’s a bit of a shame, really. It feels a bit like I’ve lost something.

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772 tasting notes

I was distracted while drinking this by a good book. It wasn’t awful.


oooh what book?

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1908 tasting notes

Meh, this smells nice enough but it makes a pretty whimpy-tasting chamomile tea. Ah well, this is mostly just to help me relax and get to sleep (because god knows I need to stop staying up until 3am) so if it helps I might up the rating a bit tomorrow.

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Rena Sherwood

Stash’s organic chamomile actually has a taste — according to my finicky palate, anyway. Sometimes you can find Stash organic variety boxes, so you don’t have to commit to a whole box. Hope this helps.


Honestly? This is one herb that I think I’d prefer to grow myself rather than spend the money on the tea.

Next spring. :)

Rena Sherwood

Well, I don’t know how your taste buds compare to mine, but this is what my taste buds are telling me. Whether or not my taste buds are honest is anyone’s guess.


A polygraph test for your taste buds? ;)

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1737 tasting notes

I found another stray bag of Stash Chamomile (in the yellowish gold foil envelope). It’s chamomile. Really. I’m starting to realize that adulterants are overdone in many chamomile blends. Not here. This is a true soliflore.

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16 tasting notes

I am very fond of chamomile tea, and I do like how light this one steeps. It is a very calming tea and it really does me good at the office when I’m trying to keep from being stressed.

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6 tasting notes

There is a part of me that likes chamomile and there is another part of me that thinks it tastes like hay. This tea is really mild and calming. I wish there was something more to it, but good for what it is…a straight up chamomile tea.

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2263 tasting notes

I like to add flavoring syrups and milk to my bagged chamomile tea, and this one works as well for that as any! Plain, it was a bit flatter than some alternatives, but dressed up, it’s decent enough both warm and cold. It definitely didn’t taste high quality or flavorful without the help.


What flavors do you like with chamomile?


I like basically anything in the caramel genre from Skinny Syrups!


Caramel with chamomile! Making a note!


Thank you! Will try it!

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104 tasting notes

This is tea 15/50 I bought in a Stash Assortment. Like the others, this is a very light tea. It works for the Chamomile and I would drink it again but not buy it again.

Flavors: Flowers

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1084 tasting notes

A mild chamomile tea. I like that it doesn’t taste too strong. Not bad at all. I drank it at bedtime to help me sleep.

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2954 tasting notes

This is a decent chamomile. Very soothing and lemony.

Flavors: Citrusy, Cut Grass, Flowers, Lemon, Orange Blossom

Boiling 6 min, 30 sec 17 OZ / 495 ML

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