Super limited! Notes of apples, apricots, oats, and honey from dried flowers and wine.
Years ago, Jeni made chamomile ice cream and was shocked it didn’t taste like tea. It was rich and buttery, with a flavor of apple crisp or apricot oatmeal. If she’d known her Greek then, that wouldn’t have surprised her, because the word chamomile comes from the world for “ground apple,” a reference to the low-growing apple-scented plant. Pairing chamomile and chardonnay draws out the subtle apple notes in each and makes for a really delightful ice cream. This one is a staple for Jeni around Mother’s Day because she thinks it captures mothering virtues: warm and welcoming, and tastes of oats and apples.
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