Camomille Sauge

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Apple, Chamomile, Earthy, Floral, Herbaceous, Lemon, Menthol, Sage, Smooth, Sweet, Hay, Honey, Pollen, Savory
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Bulk, Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “I’m already a bit behind on Sipdown September, but going to do my best to catch up. My goal for the month includes finishing off everything I have left from last year’s advent calendars! I...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Dammann Frères Advent Calendar 2022 – Day 13 I’m so grateful this was the tea yesterday. I had a six hour math final ordeal, and by the time I was done it was nearing midnight and I had a...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Dammann Frères Advent Calendar 2022 – Day 13 Such a lovely wrapper, it’s metallic and a pretty yellow-green color. :3 The sage here is actually quite mild. Mostly I’m tasting chamomile, and I’m...” Read full tasting note
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From Dammann Frères

Two wonderful plants combined in an herbal infusion that subtly blends the fruity and honeyed notes of chamomile with the finely camphorated and spicy flavor of sage. An original and tasty infusion that is both fresh and full-bodied.

Dominant note : Aromatic plants
Secondary note(s) : Spicy / Woody
Type(s) of tea : Herbal Tea
Main flavor : Chamomile
Complementary flavor(s) : Sage, Ginger

Ingredients: chamomile (57%), apple pieces, ginger pieces, sage (8%)

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I’m already a bit behind on Sipdown September, but going to do my best to catch up. My goal for the month includes finishing off everything I have left from last year’s advent calendars! I definitely ordered way too many and won’t make that mistake again this year.
This is Day 13 of the Dammann Freres advent calendar. For some reason I thought this was their regular chamomile tea, which I quite enjoy. Looking at it in my steeper, it’s actually a blend, which I would have realized if I had paid attention to the whole name and not just the first word. The chamomile in this is beautiful: big, plump, bright yellow flowers to make you think of spring and happiness. The dry leaf smells of sweet chamomile and an earthy note. In the brew, that translates to a floral chamomile, a hint of sharpness, and an earthy herbal note. It’s interesting to me that apple pieces are literally an ingredient here, but I’m still finding this to be a more floral than apple-y chamomile. Overall, one of my favorites from this advent calendar so far.

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Dammann Frères Advent Calendar 2022 – Day 13

I’m so grateful this was the tea yesterday. I had a six hour math final ordeal, and by the time I was done it was nearing midnight and I had a headache.

I love chamomile more than most people. Adding apple to it is always a nice way to emphasize the already apple-ish notes of the sleepy-flower. Likewise, sage tidies up and rounds out some of its herbaceous edges with earthy fresh notes (not that much sage though). In that way, the extra ingredients don’t really flavour (and smother) chamomile so much as highlight its existing profile. It’s perfectly soothing so gets my general chamomile score of “76” + 2 points for solid (if somewhat conventional) blending.

Flavors: Apple, Chamomile, Earthy, Floral, Herbaceous, Lemon, Menthol, Sage, Smooth, Sweet

ashmanra

SIX HOURS??? That sounds cruel!

Leafhopper

Agreed! That definitely sounds like an ordeal.

Crowkettle

It was not intended to be… but I bring this on myself. It was a take-home “open book” test; the Prof recommended taking 3-4hrs but gave us an incredibly generous total of 7hrs “just in case”. I, being me, somehow needed most of that (ugh).

AJRimmer

Ha yep, back in college, I would take every minute allowed for tests!

Michelle

Wow, I like math more than the next person, but that sound grueling. I did a proof once in grad school that I was so proud of I put on the fridge. No red marks on the paper though the prof did put ‘Nice’ at the end. Fingers crossed no red marks for you!

Crowkettle

Yes, I ended up doing well! And it marks the last of a series of prereqs I had to go back and take. :)

This was also an oddball “problem-solving” math course – required for aspiring elementary school teachers. The math itself is basic but still a mental adjustment for me – if, admittedly, a fun one!

Nattie

Congrats!

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Dammann Frères Advent Calendar 2022 – Day 13

Such a lovely wrapper, it’s metallic and a pretty yellow-green color. :3

The sage here is actually quite mild. Mostly I’m tasting chamomile, and I’m not getting any apple or ginger. Actually, maybe a little hint of ginger on the back end. The sage is definitely an accent flavor, it adds just a touch of earthy, slightly mentholated savoriness that contrasts well with the sweet honey notes of the chamomile.

It’s a pleasant tisane to sip on while I wind down on the couch, but not something I would seek out, as it’s just not that interesting and I’ve had better chamomile.

Flavors: Chamomile, Earthy, Hay, Honey, Menthol, Pollen, Sage, Savory, Sweet

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML

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