Peaceful Monk

Pleasingly sweet with a golden infusion, Peaceful Monk is made from the finest chamomile flowers and soothes from the first sip.

2oz loose leaf bag (makes about 26 cups)

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J.
😍😍😍

There's a reason this tea is sold out. It's so delicious there are no words that can bring it justice. I'm not a chamomile tea fan usually but this is beyond amazing. There's just something so soothing about brewing tea this way, no matter the flavor. But this one is a winner!

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K.
Smooth and Soothing

We enjoy this tea right before bedtime. It is so wonderful and tasty. I was nervous about buying it again because it didn't have tea bags, but I bought 2 infusers (one for my cup and one for my husband's cup) and it is amazing! Just fill up one side of the infuser (about a tablespoon sized) and put the infuser in your cup. It is easy and the tea is loaded with more flavor. Tea bags were convenient, but I actually like the infuser better! Great call Monks!
Because there are no tea bags, the tea can be more coarsely ground and it makes all the difference in the taste! I also love their Chai tea. We add milk and sugar after seeping and it is the best ever! We are on the monthly coffee delivery and we love all their coffee! God bless your work, Carmelite Monks!

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J.S.J.
Tea at 'its refreshing best

Peaceful Monk tea was love at first sip about three or four years ago. At first I was very disappointed when the tea bags were discontinued but available as loose tea, only, and somewhat reluctantly changed to the loose tea. Tea bags are so much more convenient, but from the very first sip made the old fashioned way using a good tea strainer, that same delicious, indescribable flower/earthy combination taste was at its refreshing best. Loved it as an alternative to the equally delicious variety of Mystic Monks black teas. Now it is part of my regular coffee and tea subscription orders.

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S.K.
Interesting in a good way

This chamomile tea includes the flowers, stems, leaves along with hibiscus, orange peel and a flavor that seems to be vanilla. When I first tasted it, I was taken aback at how earthy and floral it was and I wasn't sure I liked it. Third cup: I'm completely addicted. I'm drinking it all day and am starting to prefer it to my normal black tea. What did you guys do to this tea?

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S.S.
Such a great find!

This is just what I want for a warm drink in the evening that doesn't have caffeine. I will definitely keep this one on hand!