Perfect to decorate your glass tea pot, dried Chamomile flowers have a lovely rounded dome shape, enclosed in wispy, feathery leaves. The colours are a delicate yellow and yellow-green with darker contrasting forest green stalks.
How does it taste?
Grandma’s favourite tea! Go back to your childhood days and sip the soothing, smooth, mellow golden-yellow liquor. Savour the herbal taste with soft, subtle floral notes and a faint finish of apples. The aroma wafts with a hint of grass and herbs, leaving you with a sense of well-being.
Chamomile has been used as a traditional medicine for thousands of years. It is ideal to calm anxiety, settle nerves and relax the mind. Being caffeine-free it is perfect to drink before bedtime to promote a restful sleep. Use it for insomnia, to boost immunity and to reduce muscle spasms.
WATER: 250ml | TEMPERATURE: 90ºC | TEA: 2 – 3 teaspoon
Place 2 teaspoons of tea into your cup. Add water into your cup until leaves are fully submerged. Swirl your cup for 5 seconds and discard water. This is called the rinsing process. Add 250ml hot water and allow the tea to steep for 3 to 5 minutes. Add raw honey to taste. Gradually increase steeping time and temperature for subsequent brewing.
For iced tea, double the amount of tea and allow to steep for at least 5 minutes. Add ice and serve. Long brewing periods will render a bolder flavour. Re-steep 2 more times.