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Calm Chamomile

A comforting herbal infusion of chamomile, rose petals & soothing herbs.

Tasting Notes

Creamy, floral, toasty sweet.

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$5.95
2 oz
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  • How to Prepare
  • Herbal Tea
  • Ingredients
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For Best Brewing

  1. Use one heaping teaspoon of loose leaves per 8 fl oz of 215° water.
  2. Let it steep for 5 minutes and wait for perfection.

Herbal teas are not actually true teas as they contain none of the Camellia sinensis leaf. Instead, herbal teas often include leaves, flowers, roots, peels, berries and spices.

CHAMOMILE FLOWERS, HIBISCUS FLOWERS, SPEARMINT LEAVES, ROSE PETALS, LEMONGRASS, BLACKBERRY LEAVES, COLOR (TURMERIC, RIBOFLAVIN), PEPPERMINT LEAVES, SARSAPARILLA ROOT, LEMON BALM LEAF, LICORICE ROOT, NATURAL FLAVOR.

The Tazo® version is particularly rich in flavor and color. The list of 11 ingredients provides insight into the complexity of flavor. Taste and see how many different flavors you can identify.

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Rose petals swept away by a whiff of peppermint wind graze lemongrass lawns and lemon balm buttresses. Landing gently on a carpet of chamomile, they weightlessly wait to be steeped into your cup of serenity.

    Calm Chamomile 2 5 1 1
    NOT the same blend as Full-Leaf Sachet Calm! Be warned, this Loose-Leaf version of Calm Chamomile is completely different from the Full-Leaf Calm they still sell in the sachet bags. The original recipe for Calm was what turned me on to Tazo Teas, but it has been over a year since they changed the recipe. The original blend was when they were selling the Tazo loose-leaf teas in 6oz bags for around $14. When they started selling the loose-leaf in 2oz & 4oz bags, they changed many of the ingredients, I suspect it's because they started using cheaper, heavier "fillers". Now, practically all of their herbal blends have licorice root as one of the main ingredients which is what they added to the Calm, along with "sarsparilla root". If you want the original great blend of Calm, you'll have to buy it in the Full-Leaf Sachets which is ridiculously overpriced at 15 bags for $6.95 (total weight is only about 2/3 of an ounce!) compared to this loose-leaf at $6 for 2 oz. The main differences are the addition of licorice and sarsparilla root and they've taken away the lavender. October 25, 2013
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