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Chamomile Flowers
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Chamomile Flowers

$21.75

Origin

Chamomile

The daisy-like plant, sourced from the Asteraceae family. Distinct for it's bold aromatics vibrant yellow hue, this ingredient contains a high concentration of antioxidants, of which include polyphenols and phytochemicals. Not only are they a powerful source in accelerating cell & tissue renewal, but it is also obtained for it's healing of human ailments such as; hay fever, inflammation, sleep deprivation and more.

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Watch Step by Step

Watch and follow along with our step by step footage for a curated experiences.

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Step 1: Preheat

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Step 2: Weigh

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Step 3: Infuse

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Step 4: Serve

Watch Step by Step

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Step 1: Preheat

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Step 2: Weigh

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Step 3: Infuse

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Step 4: Serve

Infusion Guide with Notes

notes and tips

    • Chamomile Flowers
    • Brewing Vessel (Teapot or Gaiwan)
      Digital Kettle
      Digital Scales
      Timer / Watch
      Serving Vessel
      Spoon
      Cup and Saucer

notes and tips

    • Heat the kettle to the desired temperature and pre-heat all the vessels, then discard the water.

    • If you don't have a temperature-controlled kettle or thermometer, add cold water to the tea before topping it with boiling water. We recommend 10% cold water for 90 degrees and 20% for 80 degrees. PLEASE NOTE: this is approximate, and different teaware materials will affect the outcome.

notes and tips

    • Weigh the appropriate amount of tea and add it to the pot. Pour the desired amount of pre-heated water over the leaves in a circular motion so the leaves unfurl and awaken.

notes and tips

    • Steep the leaves for the recommended time. If the leaves are tightly confined in the vessel, give a little stir to ensure maximum surface area is achieved.

notes and tips

    • Once the desired infusion time has finished, separate the leaves from the tea liquor by removing the infuser basket or by straining into a serving vessel.

    • Pour into a cup and serve.

Essential Equipments

Having the right equipment is the foundation to making a good brew. We've accumulated a collection which will compliment your serve & ensure you experience full flavours.

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Lin's Family Pottery Tea Cup

Pottery

$46.00

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Digital Timer

Digital, Battery

$15.50

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Chamellia Tea Tray

Teak Wood

$45.00

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Tokoname Kyusu Teapot Textured White

Tokoname Clay

$145.00

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Tokoname Kyusu Teapot Blue-Green

Tokoname Clay

$92.50

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Tokoname Kyusu Teapot Textured Black

Tokoname Clay

$112.50