Rest easy and sleep better with chamomile teas

If you’re after a herbal tea to help you unwind and promote better sleep hygiene for a good night’s rest, look no further than our soothing blends of chamomile teas. We can’t see a reason not to indulge in the floral, herbaceous taste of chamomile that will ground you and help ease your mind — what better way to unwind at the end of the day?

What is chamomile tea?

Chamomile tea originated in Europe and western Asia, drunk for thousands of years as a medicinal herbal beverage in many parts of the world. It’s a herbal infusion made from dried flowers of the chamomile plant — a member of the daisy family.

The dried flowers are often blended with other herbs to create deliciously smooth and subtle aromatic flavours. Renowned for its soothing and relaxing properties, it’s been used for centuries as a natural remedy for various ailments. And since it’s caffeine-free, it makes a great alternative to other caffeinated beverages, so you can drink this tea at any time without the stress of being kept up at night. Its mild, sweet and floral flavour can be enjoyed hot or cold. Chamomile tea is widely available in tea bags or loose-leaf tea, depending on your preference.

No caffeine, no worries!

Since chamomile tea has zero caffeine, it makes for the perfect bedtime beverage. Caffeine-free chamomile tea is often people’s go-to nighty-night sleep-tight brew because it has natural soothing and settling properties.

Sleep tight with T2’s chamomile cuppas

Chamomile is the shining star in T2’s relaxing and restful herbal fusions that settle the mind and the digestive system. If you’re unsure which tea is the right fit for you, allow us to walk you through our relaxing brews:

  • The Quiet Mind

    Switch off your devices, settle under your covers and sip on the succulently sweet combo of apple, rosehip, elderberry, chamomile and eucalyptus. Before it even touches your lips, you’ll breathe in soothing notes of peppermint and lemongrass.

    We’ve even added a thoughtful touch of ashwagandha and Schisandra to help you de-stress and cleanse your mind before bed. After all, a quiet mind means better sleep. That way, you can be your best self when you wake up.

  • Just Chamomile

    Sustainably sourced from Egypt, this sip-worthy chamomile tisane is infused with golden chamomile flowers that will make you feel like you’re lying on a hay field in the summertime. Its sweet and floral notes are just the goodnight tea treat you need while nuzzling up to your favourite book. It’ll only be a matter of time before you find yourself yawning and shutting off your lamp.

  • Nighty Night

    Smooth citrus lemon notes, mellow chamomile and a gentle peppermint finish. Does that sound right up your alley? Watch as the pretty petals dance freely in your glass, creating a perfect blend of soft, aromatic flavours that will have you dozing off with every sip. We couldn’t think of a better nighttime lullaby. Allow this T2 fave brew to tuck you into bed for a restful night’s sleep.

  • Sweetest Dreams

    One thing’s for sure — this T2 classic is certainly what sweet dreams are made of. Relax your muscles in a hot bath, pop on your favourite bluesy playlist to unwind and brew this cup of tea that won’t disappoint. Chamomile, apple, silver lime flowers and lavender create an exquisite concoction bursting with sweet fruity, floral notes you won’t get enough of.

  • Gone Surfing

    Chill out, breathe in a mellow combo of chamomile, citrusy lemon balm, spearmint, lavender and rose and watch the sunset from outside your window. Like the sound of crashing waves reaching shore, you’ll find yourself in peaceful zen in no time.

  • Relax

    Feel yourself floating on clouds as you get whisked away by comforting flavours of chamomile, soft rose and lavender. Its smooth lemon, juniper berries and florals will stimulate your senses as you breathe in relief while your day comes to a close.

  • How to make chamomile tea

    Now that you have an assortment of chamomile tea from T2, let’s discuss how to brew your soothing cup of goodness! Choose your favourite tea vessel, whether a tea infuser, mug or teapot and steep your loose-leaf chamomile tea — or chamomile tea bags — at 100°C for three to five minutes for the perfect cup of chamomile tea. Each chamomile tea benefits from handy instructions on the packet, so you can make the perfect cuppa every time.

    What does chamomile tea taste like?

    Some say chamomile tea has apple accents with a mellow floral flavour. Brewing chamomile too long may create a slightly bitter aftertaste, so pay close attention to the brewing guide.

    Chamomile is a herb that has many happy playmates. As you can tell from our delicious chamomile pairings, it teams well with:

    • Lavender
    • Lemon balm
    • Lemon verbena
    • Lemongrass
    • Spearmint
    • Lindem
    • Apple

    When brewed with its buddies, chamomile tea is silky smooth with a delicate touch. Add a drop of honey to sweeten it or a slice of apple or lemon to give it a zesty kick!

    Can you drink chamomile tea when pregnant?

    Chamomile tea is a herbal tea considered safe to drink while pregnant, but like everything, it should be done in moderation. Drinking chamomile tea during pregnancy may improve sleep and reduce those icky feelings of morning sickness.

    Still, it’s a good idea to consult with your doctor before consuming any herbal tea or supplements during pregnancy.

    Shop T2’s exclusive collection of chamomile teas for a sound snooze

    At T2, our humble cuppas are filled with love and sourced from the best-quality tea leaves worldwide. We don’t believe in taking shortcuts when it comes to delivering sip-worthy drops to our fellow tea lovers every time.

    Best of all, 100% of our tea is sustainably sourced to work with the planet, not against it. That even comes down to the finer details of our recyclable packaging, so you can rest assured your purchase is eco-friendly.

    Spend $50 or more shopping online for free shipping, or visit your local T2 store, where our expert staff will offer unique guidance on which flavours best suit your taste. If you have any questions, contact us — we would be delighted to further assist.

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