Most chamomile teas are made by crushing the flowers - not a nice thing to do. The best chamomile tea comes from brewing the whole flowers - which is exactly what we do. Well known benefits of chamomile include sleep-promoting properties, relaxing muscles and soothing anxiety. - Louise
how does it taste?
A beautiful yellow cup which gives way to a sweet, surprisingly juicy flavour of chamomile. Naturally caffeine free.
good if you're feeling
Unable to switch off. One cup of this will calm any incessant mind-whirring, especially if you put your feet up whilst someone else makes it for you.
how we like it
Drink pure or sweeten with a little honey.
- tea temple - 1 per person. Infuse in boiling water. Brew for 3+ minutes.
- loose tea - 2 rounded teaspoonful per person. Brew for 3+ minutes.
Whole leaves take longer to brew, but the little wait is definitely worth it.
what's in it?
pure, whole, chamomile flowers
nutritional content per 100ml
- 0 sugar
- 0 fat
- trace carbohydrate
dairy free, gluten free, suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Made in a factory that handles nuts.