Review of Organic Chamomile Tea Bags

10 of 105 of 54 of 595 of 100
OutstandingExcellentGood Value

This is good quality chamomile. After opening the heavy paper and foil pouch, the dry teabag has a much richer aroma than most chamomile that I've had. The contents of the teabag looks ground up and entirely flower parts with no stems or leaves.

It brews up a deep gold with a slight greenish hue. The aroma of the liquor is "thick" and has almost a fudgy sweetness. The mouthfeel is rich and it has a sweet, nutty flavor reminiscent of a light pastry, like baklava.

Since I rated the TEvIVE chamomile so highly a little over a week ago, I decided to brew a cup so I could compare them side-by-side. The Taylors of Harrogate is superior, even when doubling up the TEvIVE teabags to account for the lesser amount in each one.

This is probably the best chamomile I've had so far. I've always kept chamomile tea around and enjoyed it, but I'm starting to think that I'd fallen into the trap that many Lipton tea drinkers fall into. I didn't like it enough to spend for really good quality, but didn't realize how much better the good stuff is. Indeed, the one I'm drinking now was a sample and I probably wouldn't have paid the $4.79 to buy a 20 count box. It's about twice the price of the chamomile teas I've been buying and probably worth it.

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