Camomile is one of the most famous and popular herbal tea plants due to its mild flavour and delicate smell, both very appealing to children and adults alike. This makes the camomile indispensable in your pantry. Camomile tea is completely natural and contains no caffeine.

Did you know?

  • It is presumed that the word camomile (Latin. Chamomilla) has Greek roots and is thought to originate from the word kamai melon (kamai meaning the floor and melon meaning an apple) because the fresh camomile flowers have a pleasant smell reminiscent of apples. The Spanish word for camomile, manzanilla, means a small apple.


Please follow the recommended preparation time, steeping for too long could result in an unpleasant taste - astringent and bitter. Always prepare a fresh tea.