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Golden Camomile

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Because life's a little easier with Camomile tea…

Bath running? Work done for the day? It's time to brew a cup of our Golden Camomile herbal tea, crafted purely from whole golden camomile flowers.

Classically comforting and naturally sweet, an infusion of camomile flowers has long been reputed to calm the nerves. It's also been used for centuries as an anti-inflammatory and some even claim that it can help beat the annual hay fever sneezes. With its sun-drenched warmth and a fragrant floral finish, we'd call it a cup of pure relaxation.

  • Tea Type

    Herbal Infusion

  • Origin


  • Taste Profile

    Floral, Sweet

  • Tastes like

    Sweet, floral and soothing

  • Food pairing

    Enjoy alone after a large meal or late at night

  • When to drink

    To drift off to sleep

Brew the perfect cup

Per cup, infuse one teabag with boiling water for 3-5 minutes

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* * * * * Fresh by Lester Ferguson on 24th October 2017

I usually drink camomile in tea bags but this tastes much better. Stronger fresher flavour. Also very nice mixed with a little honeybush roibos. Lovely bedtime tea.

* * * * * Calming Camomille by Ana on 11th April 2016

Amazing tea, it taste great and it is also good to enjoy at night before bed. It is adorable to see the flowers infuse in my Crystal cup that I also bought from Whittard. Love it.



Several of our Fruit & Herbal infusions are blended with ingredients sourced from Europe, including citrus fruits, berries and spices. 

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