Good Morning tea-lovers!
I find myself on this sunny but cold morning reaching for some soothing refreshment from a herbal infusion.
This is Chamomile Herbal Infusion that I was sent from Tea Story.
I tear open the foil pouch as you see here in the image and out comes a pyramid teabag with a generous amount of filling inside.
The contents of the teabag look delightful. I see Chamomile flowers and various other flower/plant type things.
I must say the teabag smells lovely so I cannot wait to try the infusion once its brewed.
I pop my kettle onto boil and reach for a dainty cup.
My kettle has now boiled so I pour over the hot liquid and let the tea infuse. This tea is supposed to infuse for 3-5 minutes according to the pack.
5 minutes have now passed and i take a small sip of the tea and boy it tastes great.
This tea is very light, refreshing and quite typical of a finer blend of Chamomile.
Tea Story describes this tea as-
Dried camomile blossoms, refreshing and calming.
Box consists of 13 individually wrapped pyramids.
Discover the healing power of this yellow flower with white petals, which helps overcome numerous ailments and diseases. An anti-inflammatory, it reduces pain, tackles insomnia and fights against the common cold. Furthermore, it calms the stomach. It also imparts a pleasant flavour, especially when combined with good-quality honey.
Chamomile tea is most commonly used today to relax smooth muscle tissue, calming a nervous stomach and relieving menstrual cramps. The tea is effectively used to promote relaxation and alleviate stress.
While it is primarily consumed as a tea, it has also been used externally to reduce inflammation of the skin, soothe haemorrhoids and relieve toothaches.
Brewing Instructions: 1 pyramid per cup, 3-5 min, 100 °C
Overall I would describe this tea as soothing, light and excellent quality.