They call Daily Calm a “soothing, relaxing herbal tea.” And it is.
Type of tea: Herbal
How did I drink it? Hot and iced
Daily Calm is an herbal blend, flavorful but not overpowering. I can pick out the chamomile in it, but that’s a familiar flavor to me. I much prefer this hot instead of iced and in the afternoon rather than the morning. My desire to save this until the afternoon might be because my mornings are typically in constant motion (occasionally rushed, though we’ve improved in that area) and a tea called Daily Calm should be drank while calm is at least a possibility, not while driving the kid to school and hoping we’re on time. It’s tea, not magic.
This tea is part of my regular rotation.
On a 5-star scale:
***** – This tea is so good and I could drink it every day.
**** – This tea is really good and I have or want it in my regular rotation.
*** – This tea is solid and I would drink it occasionally.
** – This tea is not my favorite. I finished my serving but wouldn’t drink it again.
* – I did not like this tea at all and did not finish my cup.
Click here to buy Daily Calm — sizes between sample and wow that’s a lot of tea.
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I have been a tea lover for a long time. Sometimes, I stick with a plain cup of black tea (whether hot or iced). Sometimes, I wander around, looking for my next favorite flavor.
In my wanderings, I came across teas from Loose Leaf Tea Market, a tea shop in Phoenix. I’ve tried at least a dozen of their teas and have enjoyed most of them. I’m thrilled to have found a local small business that sells organic teas. And I’ve become an affiliate. All links in this series, unless otherwise indicated, are affiliate. Your price is the same as it would be otherwise, the shop gets a customer they perhaps otherwise wouldn’t, and I get a small kickback for the referral.
I know many teas are reported to have a variety of medicinal benefits. Aside from using caffeine to stave off migraine headaches, I’ve never used tea medicinally. While Loose Leaf Tea Market might make claims of what certain varieties can do, I drink tea for flavor.
My reviews here will be of teas I am drinking as I write. Anything I drank before right this minute I don’t remember well enough to describe to you.
My palate might not be sensitive enough to give you as much detail as you want. I’m not sure if I want to be more aware of subtle flavors, but if you have recommendations on how, send ‘em my way.
All of the teas I review I have purchased at regular cost for myself; Loose Leaf has not provided any to me, nor are they involved in this series other than providing affiliate status. I’ll post here any Wednesday that I have another flavor to offer thoughts on. Not going to revisit any unless something weird happens.