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Chamomile Mint Sample Pack

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Introducing our Chamomile Mint Herbal Sampler – Indulge in the soothing embrace of our Chamomile Mint Sample Pack, carefully curated to delight your senses and calm your soul.  You can immerse yourself in a world of flavor and tranquility, one sip at a time. 

What's inside the Chamomile Mint Herbal Sampler?

  • Secret Garden Herbal Tea
  • Poet's Dream Herbal Tea
  • Circle of Life Herbal Tea
  • Peppermint Herbal Tea
  • Egyptian Chamomile Herbal Tea

Perfectly Portioned: Each tea in this sampler is meticulously measured to brew either two 8oz cups or one hearty 16oz cup, allowing you to savor the flavors of morning without compromise.


Secret Garden Herbal Tea - organic chamomile, organic lavender, organic peppermint, organic rooibos, and organic rose petals

Poet's Dream Herbal Tea - chamomile, lavender petals, rooibos, peppermint, and natural flavors

Circle of Life Herbal Tea - Apple pieces, rooibos, ginger pieces, cinnamon pieces, fennel, juniper berries, cardamom, raspberry leaves, chamomile blossoms, cloves, orange peel, St. John's wort, black peppercorns, lady's mantel, silver weed and natural flavors.

Peppermint Herbal Tea - peppermint leaves

Egyptian Chamomile Herbal Tea - chamomile flowers

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Herbal teas have been enjoyed for centuries for their diverse flavors and potential health benefits. Unlike traditional teas derived from the Camellia sinensis plant, herbal teas, also known as tisanes, are made from various dried fruits, flowers, herbs, and spices. They offer a wide array of flavors, from soothing and floral to spicy and invigorating, making them a versatile and comforting beverage choice.

Chamomile tea is one of the most popular herbal teas known for its calming properties. It's made from the dried flowers of the chamomile plant, typically from the species Matricaria chamomilla or Chamaemelum nobile. Chamomile tea is renowned for its mild, slightly sweet taste and is often consumed to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and improve sleep quality. It's also believed to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, contributing to its popularity as a natural remedy for various ailments.

Mint tea, on the other hand, is made from the leaves of the mint plant, most commonly spearmint or peppermint. Mint tea has a refreshing, cooling flavor with subtle hints of sweetness and a crisp, clean finish. It's often enjoyed for its digestive benefits, helping to alleviate bloating, indigestion, and nausea. Additionally, mint tea is invigorating and can help to boost energy levels and improve focus.

Combining chamomile and mint in a tea blend offers a delightful fusion of soothing and refreshing qualities. The calming effects of chamomile complement the invigorating properties of mint, creating a well-balanced and harmonious brew. Chamomile mint tea is perfect for winding down after a long day, promoting relaxation and tranquility while simultaneously refreshing the senses with its minty flavor. It's a popular choice for those seeking a natural way to de-stress and unwind, providing both comfort and rejuvenation in every sip.

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How to Make Your TEA

How to Make Your TEA


Good tea starts with good water! We recommend using filtered or spring water for a superior tasting cup of tea. 


Different types of tea require different temperatures of water for steeping. Black teaherbals, and rooibos can handle boiling water. Green teawhite tea, and oolong require cooler water so the leaves don't get scalded - resulting in bitter flavor. Follow the temperatures below.

Black Tea: 212°F
Green Tea: 160-175°F
White Tea: 175°F
Herbal: 212°F
Rooibos: 212°F

Tea Leaves to Water Ratio

We recommend using 1tsp of leaves per 8oz of water. If you prefer a stronger cup of tea, add more tea leaves.

Steep Time

We recommend that most teas steep for 3-5 minutes. Anything that has actual tea leaves (camellia sinensis) should not exceed 5 minutes as the leaves will release more tannins resulting in a bitter flavor. Herbals and rooibos don't contain actual tea leaves and can be steeped as long as you like. 

Step by Step Instructions:

  1. Bring freshly drawn water up to desired temperature according to the type of tea you're making.
  2. Scoop loose leaf tea into an infuser or T-Sac using 1tsp for each 8oz of water. (If your mug is 16oz use 2tsp. If your teapot is 45oz use 6tsp.)
  3. Place infuser or T-Sac into the mug or teapot you're going to steep the tea in and pour the hot water over the top of the leaves allowing them to swirl around and open. 
  4. Steep for 3-5 minutes according to your taste preferences.
  5. Remove infuser or T-Sac.
  6. Add milk or sugar to taste.
  7. Breathe in the aroma and enjoy!