Our Chamomile tea is made of the finest chamomile flowers from the Nile River Valley in Egypt. Considered a remedy for all ills by the ancient Egyptians, this golden herb remains a modern favorite to promote calm and relieve anxiety. When steeped, these fragrant chamomile blossoms smell of freshly cut apples and produce a rich, golden cup with calming flavor and sweet, floral finish. Our Chamomile tea is made with whole flower pieces and produces a delicious, caffeine-free infusion. It may also be served with a dash of honey.
Herbal Tea | No caffeine | Steep at 212° for 5-10 minutes.
In French, the word for apple is “pomme.” From this word, we get the French word for potato, “pomme de terre,” or earth apple. In ancient Greece, they also talked about earth apples, but they didn’t mean potatoes. They were talking about chamomile, so named for its apple-like fragrance and taste. The chamomile plant itself is thin and long-stemmed with small, white flowers similar to daisies. The key ingredient in sleepy time teas the world over, chamomile is most known for its calming properties, perfect for your final bedtime cup.
Raw Honey for Herbals
A gentle, whisper-light character of this raw honey makes it a perfect sweetener for delicate herbals.
honey for garden herbals
Part of herbal garden sampler
Explore a variety of teas with our popular sampler set.
Four teas included are:
chamomile, lemon grass, peppermint, spearmint
will make 20 cups
Questions and Answers
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Does this tea help you sleep?
Asked by Brian Breeden
on January 16th, 2017
Direct Trade Advantage
We import our teas direct from the artisan farmers whose names and faces you'll find throughout our catalog.
This makes our teas fresher than those offered by the companies who use middlemen and brokers, and also less expensive.
Here's a comparison of how much more you'd be paying by buying this tea elsewhere:
90% more expensive
Meet our chamomile farmer, Salah Abdl-Azim AL-Esh
To ensure the best quality and value, we import our teas directly from the
countries in which they are grown, working closely with the farmers who tender
them. Our Roots Campaign connects our customers with the rich stories and the farmers
behind some of our most popular teas.
How long have you been growing tea?
What got you started in the Tea industry?
“My parents own a small piece land and all the village is professional in growing Chamomile. It is part of our life in winter.”
Can you describe a typical day out in the field. How many hours would that be?
“During the Chamomile harvest season, I go pick flowers either before school or after school hours; sometimes I do both before and after. As you know, EL SHEIH (a local word for Chamomile in Arabic) can only be collected in the early hours of the day or late in the afternoon (after Asr prayer); otherwise, it breaks and, as my father always say, we loose the good looks of the intact whole flower. It takes me 2 hours in the morning or 3 hours in the afternoon to collect a plot this size (about 1/20 an acre) and I would collect about 20kilos.”