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Lavender

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195 °F / 90 °C 7 min, 0 sec

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  • “I love the smell of lavender, but drinking it is an entirely different matter. Surprisingly bitter and incredibly strong, I couldn't even finish my tiny cup of it. The recommended brewing time of...” Read full tasting note
    amber 221 tasting notes
  • “First note is, use VERY LITTLE. Only a small pinch. A little goes a long way. I purchased dried lavender flowers at World Market. They are in the spice section, not the tea section. A small...” Read full tasting note
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Lavender blossoms are said to have relaxing and calming qualities.

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I love the smell of lavender, but drinking it is an entirely different matter. Surprisingly bitter and incredibly strong, I couldn’t even finish my tiny cup of it. The recommended brewing time of 7-10 minutes couldn’t be more wrong, but I’m in no mood to try rebrewing (plus the instructions shouldn’t be that off).
Lavender is an incredibly handy thing to keep around to add to and blend with other teas, but on its own? No thank you.

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195 °F / 90 °C 7 min, 0 sec

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5 tasting notes

First note is, use VERY LITTLE. Only a small pinch. A little goes a long way.

I purchased dried lavender flowers at World Market. They are in the spice section, not the tea section. A small package was $1.99, and yet it will go a long way. I put a small pinch in hot water with a touch of sugar, or chamomile. It is very fragrant, relaxing, and clean tasting. It is said to be calming like chamomile. Since it takes so little, I just drop the flowers in to the water, they float on top, and I consume them as well.

Keep in mind you can add this to any tea. It really enhances the experience.

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