Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Chamomile, Cinnamon, Hops, Lavender, Lemon Verbena, Linden, Vanilla Bean
Flavors
Hay, Herbs, Lemongrass, Medicinal
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Edit tea info Last updated by Sami Kelsh
Average preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “This is a nice herbal. I enjoyed trying to figure out the different herbs in it-I could pick out the lemon verbena (thought it was lemon mint and lemon grass), chamomile, lavender, and spices....” Read full tasting note
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  • “You can probably guess based on my tasting notes of late that I did a little supermarket teabag binge when I started my new job, so I’d have a stash of hopefully decent things to hand in my desk...” Read full tasting note
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A herbal infusion including camomile, lavender and vanilla.

We’ve combined camomile, lavender and hops with the richness of vanilla, for a little honeyed sweetness.

Naturally caffeine free, our blend is perfect just before you slip into bed.

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This is a nice herbal. I enjoyed trying to figure out the different herbs in it-I could pick out the lemon verbena (thought it was lemon mint and lemon grass), chamomile, lavender, and spices. Apparently there was cinnamon, hops, linden leaf, and vanilla bean. The recipe is quite interesting, but worth trying.

Flavors: Hay, Herbs, Lemongrass, Medicinal

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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You can probably guess based on my tasting notes of late that I did a little supermarket teabag binge when I started my new job, so I’d have a stash of hopefully decent things to hand in my desk drawer, without alarming the colleague I share an office with by constantly measuring loose-leaf into an infuser.

I’m also currently watching what I eat and drink to try and solve a lingering health issue, which sadly means I’m restricting myself to one caffeinated drink per day. This means a TON of herbals at work, and while Sleep seems a counterintuitive choice for when I’m meant to be getting stuff done, I’m figuring that I’ll be better off if its calming properties help keep stress at bay anyway.

And it’s not like I was falling asleep at my desk today. In fact, I was standing for most of the day, shimmying about to Radio 6 with my headphones on. That’s how I roll when I have an office to myself.

As for the tea – OH, YOU JEWEL! I mean, it was delicious, but I’m mainly really excited to have found an herbal blend with absolutely no licorice root at all! It’s ruined so many otherwise potentially nice teas for me! THANK YOU FOR NOT BEING IN THIS TEA, LICORICE ROOT! The first taste is definitely chamomile, but the other gentle herbal and floral tastes definitely get a look in, for which I’m also grateful. It’s got a lovely, pillowy soft texture and subtle sweetness. I’ll be keeping this in heavy rotation in the desk drawer, I reckon.

Fjellrev

I hope you’ll be able to tackle those health issues. Must be rough having to be that strict.

Sami Kelsh

It’s annoying, but on the other hand it’s forcing me to be sensible about all the food choices I make, without actually being too restrictive? I’m just hoping that it’s enough to heal me and I can be a little bit more free with tea-drinking again soon :)

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