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Chamomile, Lemon Myrtle, Linden Flower, Natural Flavours, Red Rooibos, Rose Petals, Safflower
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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 15 sec 11 oz / 331 ml

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From Steven Smith Teamaker

A caffeine free blend of plump, golden chamomile flowers from Egypt and mildly stimulating fragrant hyssop, a flavourful herb said to improve one’s focus. Add the smooth taste of Cape rooibos, a bit of lemon myrtle, rose petals and linden flowers, and you may want a sun hat.

Ingredients: Handpicked chamomile, South African rooibos, fragrant hyssop, linden flowers, lemon myrtle, rose petals, safflower, cyani flowers, and natural flowers.

Steeping instructions: Bring filtered water to a rolling boil. Steep 5 minutes while pretending you’re Van Gogh painting in Arlos.

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2856 tasting notes

My favorite chamomile to crown off my day. A contented sigh.


I wish I liked chamomile. it’s in like every relaxing tea ever.

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721 tasting notes

Tea. Good.

Roommate wanted to use her coupon for a free drink at Starbucks so I just ordered hot water and this was the only caffeine-free tea I had with me haha.
Beating the system aww yiss :)

((Look at previous notes for the actual tasting note bit of this. Grande sized hot water, drank it all the way back home. Decided to roll out my yoga mat and sleep on the living room floor as my roommates watched tv. Oh it was great.))


Hahaha. “Tea. Good.” Straight to the point…I like it.


I seriously wrote this a couple hours ago and today has been EXHAUSTING. I was like half asleep when I typed it up.
Oh well, I’ve had this tea before so I have better tasting notes than this one hhaha


Well not every note needs to be elaborate of course. I quite enjoyed reading this one.

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2816 tasting notes

I got this sample from one of my Steven Smith orders. Ever since I got the electric tea kettle I have been drinking tea like mad as long as I’m at home. I guess that’s okay, it’s fun to have a new toy to play with, right?

This isn’t much to write home about for me… chamomile is something I drink when I have a stomachache or I can’t sleep but I’ve never been drawn to the flavor of it much. The blend does have a nice flowery taste and a bit of lemon which is nice. As far as herbals go, I guess I am more of a ginger, lemongrass or tulsi type of person but this is nice to wind down with and seems very soothing.

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Electric tea kettles are the best! Well, any tea toy, really. :)

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2508 tasting notes

Tail ends of samples tend to be a little lopsided…lots of dust and whatever the “small” ingredient is; not as much of the big, good lumpy things that tend to give a blend its flavor. Definitely the case here; whole and new, it’s a nice, slightly fruity herbal, but this last cup tasted more like dandelions and that’s about it.

Oh, well.

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723 tasting notes

Steep Information:
Amount: 4 tsp
Water: ~500ml filtered, 212°
Tool: Breville One-Touch Tea Maker BTM800XL (Herbal, Strong)
Steep Time: 5 minutes
Served: Hot

Tasting Notes:
Dry Leaf Smell: chamomile, mint, floral
Steeped Tea Smell: rooibos
Flavor: delicate chamomile, rooibos and a hint of lemon
Body: Light
Aftertaste: vegetal, astringent
Liquor: translucent orange-brown

Chamomile overpowers everything in this tea, it’s not a bad tea, I am just finding it to be too boring for me. There is a hint of lemon and rooibos, but where are the other flavors?

Images: http://amazonv.blogspot.com/2010/05/steven-smith-teamaker-loose-leaf-herbal.html

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Aww…so disappointed :(


yes it’s sad :( but dont’ get me wrong, it’s a very delicious chamomile with hints of other things (minty lemon) but…i has to smack it down for disappointment (ingredients versus flavors i could find)

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564 tasting notes

T&C Box 4/18

I like the packaging on this one—the wrapper is attractive and easy to read, and the instructions are adorable: “steep 5 minutes while pretending you’re Van Gogh painting in Arles.” Don’t mind if I do!

I don’t know how I feel about this one. There’s a lot of chamomile, but as it cools the other flavors become more obvious. There’s definitely a floral note and a citrus note, as well as a very slight rooibos taste. Chamomile can be too much in blends, but this one isn’t bad.

ETA: As this cooled down it got much better. The chamomile is less overpowering when it’s cool, and the citrusy and floral flavors are more present. I think this would be good iced!

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I’m glad you included the notes about it as it cooled. Sounds like a creative company: “steep 5 minutes while pretending you’re Van Gogh painting in Arles.” LOL


With chamomiles I’ve found if I want to taste anything else I really have to let it cool! Luckily I gave it the chance to.

There are two other bags from this company in the box, and both are equally creative. Their EG says to steep while contemplating the Earl’s affair with the Duchess of Devonshire. ;)

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828 tasting notes

I’m wondering if this blend has changed over the past few years based on reviews. For me: it was an unusually nice cup of camomile. I don’t normally love that herbal, but the other herbs in this balanced it well. It was also really pretty steeping: several flowers that expanded to fill the teabag.

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154 tasting notes

It’s very pretty in the bag with all the flowers! It smells like chamomile. It tastes a little sweet, with the lemon myrtle standing out a bit above the chamomile. It’s a bit floral too, with a little minty note.

I’ve been going through my Steven Smith sampler at work one tea at a time. I know it’s a bit silly to drink this as a “wake up” tea in the morning… but it is very tasty.

Flavors: Floral, Lemon, Mint

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Mastress Alita

This is pretty much the only chamomile tea I like… I think the rooibos helps temper the chamomile a little, and the other florals make the chamomile flavor less soapy than it usually tastes to me. If I want the effects of chamomile, I’d definitely pick this tea.

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735 tasting notes

I got this in a little trade with Lexie Aleah! Thank you! I’m kinda amused by the name of this tea company. My uncle’s name is Steven Smith.

My eyes have been opened to chamomile only recently. I had previously overlooked it, thinking it was stuffy and boring, but I have gotten over my prejudices against caffeine free teas. And I have tasted some fresh, quality chamomiles. This is no exception. I was pleased by the sight of the sachet, full of pale dried flowers and a few colorful petals, with linden collected in the bottom. The aroma was sweet, clean, and floral. Appley chamomile is the main thing I taste. So calming. I’m also getting floral notes that end with a little bitterness/fullness I don’t recognize. Maybe that’s hyssop? I’m not sure. I understand that there are a lot of herbs in this, but really, I mostly just taste chamomile. And that’s lovely. Makes me want to get into bed.

I’m curious about the rest of this company’s offerings now. Going to have to check them out.

Flavors: Apple, Floral, Herbs

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Mastress Alita

I love the teas by this company. I hate chamomile tea, but I actually like this one, it’s something about how they’ve blended it with the rooibos and other florals. Their Earl Grey is one of my favs!


I definitely want to try that one! Lord Grey just sounds so rad.

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