Saturday, July 11, 2020

Reviewing Twinings Chamomile, Honey & Vanilla Tea

I absolutely love my tea which is why I thought I would review another tea staple in my life - Twinings Chamomile, Honey & Vanilla.

Reviewing Twining's Chamomile, Honey & Vanilla tea - a relaxing blend
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I am a big fan of Twining's teas and have actually written about their peppermint tea previously.   As much as I enjoy a good coffee, tea is the staple drink of my life.

Every day starts with a mug (I don't really do tea cups unless I have a pot to top it up from!) of Arbonne tea and when I get home from a busy day at work nine times out of ten I'll have a mug of Twinings Chamomile, Honey & Vanilla tea.   I usually also drink this tea before going to bed, except for the odd nights I made myself a Milo.

Chamomile as a herb is known for it's relaxation properties and I do remember the first time I tried it, it was made from actual dried chamomile flower (like the photo above) and it had a back taste that I really didn't like at all.   I have tried various brands several times over the years both as a loose tea and in a tea bag form and I haven't been able to stomach the after taste of the Chamomile.

A couple of years ago I tried a Spiced Apple and Chamomile blend from Twinings which I didn't mind so when the Twinings teas were on special again I thought I would try the Chamomile, Honey and Vanilla - I haven't looked back!

I don't know if my taste buds have changed as I've gotten older or if it's the addition of the honey and vanilla flavours, but I thoroughly enjoyed this blend and, as I've said, it is now a staple in my life - in fact I think I have four boxes in my cupboard as I write this!

If you want a caffeine free tea (complete with relaxing properties) to drink before going to bed I can really recommend this one.

There are quite a few tea drinkers that write for Review This Reviews and you can check out their reviews right here - Tea Related Reviews.

Have you tried this tea blend before?






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11 comments:

  1. Oh, I have not tried this tea blend, but clearly I need to! I've never been fond of the taste of Chamomile either, but I know a lot of people who drink it for relaxation. I will definitely try this blend. Thank you Lou!

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    1. Got mine in yesterday! My husband & I each had a cup together. We both liked it. This is the first time either of us has tried a chamomile tea and liked it. Thanks Lou!

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    2. I'm so glad to hear that :)

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  2. The relaxation properties of this Chamomile, honey and vanilla tea is an appealing reason for trying this tea blend. Thanks, Louanne.

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  3. I'm going to try Twinnings Tea now - There's a tea brand called Sloane Tea that they serve on CN Rail in Canada and it's sooo good - I looked for it online, but it's not in stores - it's regular tea, but it has such a nice taste - so I've been trying different brands to try and match that one - this article is timely because I'm going to buy Twinnings next time!

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  4. Thank you Louanne, I think I need this tea in my life. I am a coffee addict and lately I have noticed that I don't sleep as well as I used to. So I gave up my last cup of coffee (usually around 10 pm) and noticed that sleep was better. Now I don't drink coffee at all after the noon hour, but I miss my warm drinks in the evening. I think I have found a replacement with this tea. Sounds delicious and no caffeine makes it a winner with me.

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  5. I've drunk Twinings Darjeeling and English Breakfast teas for as many years as I can remember! Like you, I find the taste of chamomile tea unpalatable, and have tried several different brands to try to find one I could get down. This sounds like it might be perfect. Do you know whether it contain honey (in which case I won't be able to drink it) or just honey flavor, Lou? Thanks for the recommendation!

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    1. I've just checked Margaret and its honey flavour.

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    2. Awesome, Louanne! Thanks so much!

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  6. I've not tried the Twinings brand yet, but I do regularly drink (every day), the Celestial Arts brand of that same flavor. I still like to mix up my teas, so I usually make a mixed pot of the Chamomile, Honey and Vanilla flavor and Bigelow Decaf Constant Comment. The flavors are very compatible. Maybe I'll try some of the Twinings brand solo to see how it compares to the Celestial Arts brand. Good review.

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  7. I'm a fan of tea, thanks for the review, will definitely try this blend!

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