Chamomile Bouquet Organic Herbal Tea



Chamomile is grown along the Nile River Delta in Egypt. The flowers are recognized by a yellow center and white petal. The essential oil in the flower produces a soothing pleasant aroma with a fruity character. Chamomile has a slightly bitter taste offset by a mild fruity flavor. Known as an all round comforter, it is gentle and caressing. It is often used for relief of health problems ranging from headaches to  nervousness and is a natural herb known to assist the restless and those suffering from insomnia.


Grown in Provence France and derived from the mint family, lavender is identified by its purple petals.  Lavender flowers are gathered when they first start to bloom, then dried on cloths. Fraser Tea uses lavender for its unique pronounced aroma and agreeable floral flavor. Herbalists recommend Lavender to treat migraines, ease digestion problems and to sooth the nervous system. 
Turmeric Root

Turmeric Root

Turmeric is a perennial plant of the ginger family native to southern Asia. Turmeric has been used for thousands of years in Siddha medicine. Initially used as a dye, the widely used herb is consumed to help support healthy joints,  Turmeric may also help reduce inflammation and enhance cognitive function.


Artfully handcrafted to enhance its mellow, soothing floral flavor, Chamomile Bouquet Organic Herbal Tea offers a gentle and relaxing taste experience.  The perfect blend of chamomile, jasmine, and lavender flowers, accented by fresh turmeric and rose petals, Chamomile Bouquet will calm and sooth you while providing many health benefits.  Enjoy hot or iced.


Fresh cut lavender and chamomile aromas with sweet jasmine flavor


Jasmine*, Chamomile*, Lavender*, Organic Flavors, Turmeric*, Rose Petals*, Osmanthus*, Cornflower* (*) = Organic Certified.


no caffeine

Who Grew Your Tea?

China leads the world when it comes to the production of tea.The tea industry accounts for more than 1 million tons of tea harvested annually and employs more than 80 million people. When Fraser Tea founders sought to source its...

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Brewing Method

1 tsp/sachet


5 min

2 tsp/sachets
for iced tea