Organic Chamomile

Chamomile / camomile – (latin version / old English) either spelling it is from the Daisy family.  Two common types of chamomile that are often used for tea blends or just on their own are Roman chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) German chamomile (Matricaris retutica).  It is often used as a calmative and relaxant.

  • Tasting notes: floral, fruity apple notes
  • Origin: Nile River Delta, Egypt
  • Brewing temp.: 90°c
  • Steeping time: 4 min
  • Antioxidant Level: Low
  • Caffeine Content: None

Personal notes on the tea purchased at Murchies Tea

Dry leaf appearance Wet leaf appearance Infused liquor Aroma analysis Flavour Analysis
 Beige fuzzy round buds & stems, surrounded by tiny soft beige petals Expanded bud shape & stems Very pale soft clear yellow, similar to champagne. Strong floral, sweet straw and pineapple note Soft floral, fruity apple notes

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