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I’m staying in a hotel for a couple days and during your stay, you get a free beverage and pastry from the Tim Horton’s downstairs, so time for some free tea.

Yesterday, I tried this because I wanted something mellow, and didn’t feel like pumping myself with caffeine. Honestly, I haven’t tried any higher quality chamomile teas. Up until now, it’s been random tea bags at restaurants and family’s, so I don’t know how bad or good this is supposed to be for chamomile tea.

All I know is it smelled like chamomile and tasted like chamomile. Pretty straight forward. Maybe I would have wanted a bit more depth. I definitely have had better. Make me want to go out and try some loose leaf stuff.

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Threw in a scoop of peppermint to help with an upset stomach.

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This is the first blend of chamomile I’ve ever tried, and it does the trick of making me feel reasonably better while tasting good at the same time! I have to double-bag it for my nerves though lol.

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I am a huge fan of Chamomile teas!
Especially the ‘Organic Egyptian Chamomile’ from Davids
This one from Tims was alright.
The taste seemed somewhat artificial, and so did the colour of the tea, made me think it was processed more possibly.

Not terrible, but wouldn’t ever be my first choice.

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