Soothing SpecialiTea

Camomile & Mint Blend!


Full flavoured and refreshing with superb Washington mint highlights. Delightful lingering finish. Note: If you are pregnant, unsure whether you should drink this herbal tea or simply concerned, we recommend you consult your physician fro consumption advice.


Camomile petals, Peppermint leaves (1st Grade New Crop)

Caffeine Level

Caffeine free herb

Antioxidant Level


Product weight


£3.75 £2.99

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The best peppermint comes from the northwestern United States. The pure moist mountain air of the spring and early summer growing season gives this peppermint some of the highest volatile oil counts of any member of the mint family. Generally the second cut is the most flavourful, coolest and most pungent. Peppermint is an herb and contains no caffeine. Quite often peppermint is consumed after meals as the oils stimulate the flow of bile to the stomach and helps relieve gas pains. Additionally, it has been reported and written that peppermint sweetens the breath and calms the digestive system, plus it helps heartburn, stomach ache and nausea. There are several varieties and countries of origin of Chamomila -sometimes referred to as bachelor buttons because of the shape of the flower heads - but the best quality comes from Egypt. Essential oils in the flowers produce a soothing pleasant aroma and a fruity character. Combining these two wonderful and extensively used herbs has produced a wonderful, caffeine free, cup of herbal tea.


HOT TEA: put 2 slightly heaping teaspoon of loose tea for each 7-9 oz/200-260ml of water in the teapot. Pour freshly boiled water over tea. Steep 3-7 min. Mile & sugar are NOT recommended. ICED TEA: (1L/QT): 12 slightly heaping teaspoon loose tea into teapot. Pour 315ml boiling water on tea. Steep 5 min. Quarter fill serving pitcher with cold water Pour into pitcher straining tea. Add ice, top-up ith cold water, garnish & sweeten to taste.

Additional Info

Camomile flowers have a yellow center and white petals - they almost look like a daisy. In some parts of Europe, particularly southern France, camomile plants have been strewn on floors or pathways to give the area a good scent. In many circles Camomile is called nighty night tea or sleepy tea on account of its natural properties which promote restfulness and drowsiness. .