A low on caffeine drink with an floral and sweet taste! With dried chamomile buds in Darjeeling green tea, relax yourself with this golden coloured brew. This tea helps you to de stress, relax and have a great sleep. A must have tea before sleep. The base of this tea is high grown premium quality Darjeeling Green Tea from Single Estate.
Type - Green Tea
Blend - Floral
Region - Darjeeling
Season - Second Flush. Click here for more info.
Grade - SFTGFOP. Click here for more info.
Caffeine Level - Low
Ingredients - Premium Green Tea, Chamomile, Marigold.
Allergen Information -
HOW TO BREW YOUR TEA?
Amount of water - 180ml
Tea leaves - 2 tbsp/2.5gms
Water temperature - 80-85 °C
Brewing Time - 3 mins
BEST SAVOURED WITH
To be consumed plain. Can add honey or sugar in moderate quantity.
Best enjoyed with pastries, cake or sweet biscuits.
If consumed regularly, Chamomile tea is loaded with antioxidants which relieve insomnia, promotes digestive health and protects against stomach ulcers and diarrhoea. It improves blood sugar regulation and heart health as well.
This tea is next level when it just comes to the aroma alone!. Smells absolutely divine even before steeping it. Steeping it itself is quite an experience, the way those leaves and flowers open up is magical. Worth the cost! I purchased it for around 270 ish, quite the bang for the buck for the quality it offers!. I extract tea from it 2-3 times (twice is optimal). Alleviates your mood and helps you sleep well at nights. Thank you teamonk team!
drink green tea for detoxifying the body . I can tell that this green tea is absolutely good but still as we all know green teas are all bitter in taste and this too is bitter
I love drink chamomile tea it's taste is good I feel fresh and relax ....and packing is also good...
It does have a sedative, relaxing effect on the body.
Amazing smell, taste and it really does help stress, Could be a bit pricy though. I got a slightly damaged box but I guess that's all right other than that it's fun to drink this! I mix it with black tea in milk, with water I'm not sure it is all that fun