Lavender Dreams

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Herbal White Blend
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Flowers
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Average preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 45 sec 108 oz / 3194 ml

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  • “There is something truly romantic about this tea. This is a beautiful tea: full rose blossoms, candied violets, a giant piece of carrot (I think?), lavender, and tons of dark, as well as lighter,...” Read full tasting note
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    Tamm 538 tasting notes
  • “Cup Of Tree sent some of this my way! Thanks a bunch :) There are a lot of ingredients in this tea! I'm thinking because of the amount of ingredients and the intensity of those ingredients that...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This rating has double digits, simply for the fact that we may have nuked this tea in a terrible, disgraceful manner, and under duress it changed its flavor in a way to punish us with horrors that...” Read full tasting note
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    telepathboy 185 tasting notes
  • “Sipdown!! (190?) This just tastes like lavender to me. The white tea doesn't do much and it always confuses me as to how a tea called "Lavender Dreams" is not caffeine-free. The rest of this is...” Read full tasting note
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From Teavana

A rare delicate white tea with the tranquility evoking scent of lavender blossoms, pink rose buds, passion flowers and peaches.

Use 1.5 teaspoons tea per 8oz of water. Heat water to 175-180 degrees and steep tea for 1-1.5 minutes. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.

Ingredients: China Mao Feng white tea, candied violet flowers, lavender blossoms, apples, raisins, papaya bits, peach pieces, orange peels, carrot slices, verbena, pink rose buds, cornflowers and passion flower blossoms.

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ok- i’m drinking this new concoction hoping it will put me to sleep and prevent me from calling the cops on my noisy dis respectful neighbours! To start off with- i am truly hoping this will work- Lavender Dreams-sounds like fluffy puff clouds and tranquility.i’m a bit taken to see, big pieces of rose buds- actual massive lavender petals and branches of green stuff-i’m not sure if its the white tea or a mixture of flora. i don’t think i can taste much of anything- i will log back in later to let you know if this tea works! wish me luck not rating this yet ……10mins later, i’m feeling sleepy— sad, as soon as i am about to snooze- the upstairs starts again- rudely being awaken
this tea didn’t do it for me- initially, i did feel sleepy, but i guess there too much drama in this apartment to really give this a true rating.I will NOT rate this tea yet…..

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132 tasting notes

I can taste lavender and I can taste white tea and that is pretty much end of story. I’m not a lavender fan so I didn’t finish my cup, but I can see that if you adore lavender then you could really enjoy this one.

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178 tasting notes

I had actually gotten this a while back, but realised I didn’t log it. (or might of just logged it with The Jasmine Sutra.)
But I think it’s only fair to do a tea review for itself.
1st smell: Fresh clean smell. Almost too much of a floral smell, I can certainly see why that puts many people off.
1st taste: Surprisingly, the smell almost put me off from the taste. So I worked on ignoring the scent, while drinking this tea. Now, I could not drink this everyday, (Though really have not found any tea I could drink everyday.) But I’d like to have this on hand for when I need to calm down near to bedtime. I don’t remember what temp and time I did this at, but probably as close to recommendations as I could get.

With the Jasmine Sutra: Simply delicious. I can pretty much only have green teas in the early evening unless I will be staying up late.

Preparation
4 min, 15 sec

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Kinda smells like an old lady before being steeped, tastes like lavender, fruit and water once steeped, not my cuppa tea tonight. I think I might like this one as an iced tea, or if I was in a more specific mood. Can’t bring myself to finish the cup. See full review at:
http://akoalateablog.teatra.de/2012/02/28/5-lavender-dream-by-teavana

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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This is a pleasant find, although I must admit I was a bit hesitant about drinking a lavender tea (really makes you rethink HERBAL teas, eh?). Surprisingly, this became one of my favorite teas. I love the lavender flavor – and the fact that the tea brews up a bit purple-y tickles me. However, I can’t drink this all the time – once every few days. It is strong, which is nice in a cup or two, but not all the time.

Azure Luna

by any chance have u tasted the earl gray and lavender if you like lavender by revolution teas and i will try this tea . I would like to compare notes since you said you like lavender as i do also XD

KeenTeaThyme

I’m normally not an Earl Grey fan, but I’ll try it. :) I have a friend who loves Earl Grey so I always give leftovers to her. She hasn’t purchased her own EG in years! :)

Azure Luna

never mind then, i’m sorry i didn’t know that you didn’t like earl gray so sorry about that

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I was a little worried about this tea becuase it smelled so strongly of lavender. I do not like lavender at all. The smell for some reason makes me nauseous. I can usually drink/eat something with lavender as long as the lavender is not too strong.

I figured I had to give the tea a try anyway.

Brewed the tea smells of sweet lavender. Less strong as the dry tea.

The tea tastes sweet. The lavender is definitely the prominent taste.

I couldn’t really finish the cup of this one. Its not a bad tea. I think it is actually a good blend. But I just can’t get over my dislike of lavender.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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I was not impressed with this tea. I love floral teas and lavender is one of my favorites. Sub-par lavender taste and the white tea is there…but it’s also so-so. Definitely not worth the price.

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I received this tea as a gift as I normally wouldn’t buy a tea that reminds me of soap. The scent and taste of this tea is nothing to be enjoyed and I’m wondering what to do with the rest of the 2 oz I have of it. I rather stay up all night than drink it!

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 15 sec
Whispering Pines Tea Company

I don’t really understand lavender teas. I’ve tried tons of stuff with lavender and it always ruins the cup for me. Seems that this tea is a BIG hit or HUGE miss for people.

CupofTree

Yes, definitely hit or miss! I think its why I don’t like Earl Grey either. I wish I could develop a taste for it but I just can’t. It smells and tastes like soap to me :(

Whispering Pines Tea Company

^ Agree! I just tried it the other day for the first time…had an instinctual dislike for it and never tried it (actually didn’t even know what bergamot smelled like). The moment I took my first sip I knew my instincts were right. Haha

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Ordered this on a whim because I had in my mind that perfect evening of quiet bliss, just enjoying my perfect cup of tea. I will admit that the scent of the tea made me a little wary about actually drinking it because it is a very fragrant tea and is not fruity like many that I like. Anyhow, after two days of calling off work sick I decided to make this tea to lull me to sleep. I have to say I like it much more than I thought I would. The strong lavender scent is mostly dissipated after steeping but can still be tasted. Its a light tasting tea but also tastes strong at the same time (I’m thinking a second steep will prove to be better for me). I can’t say that it is making me sleepy (could be the medicine) but I’ll try it again once I’m better and comment on that.

Overall it is a nice tea, but not something I would drink all day or even on a daily basis. More one of those “me time” teas.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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265 tasting notes

Interesting balance between the lavender and the white tea. The loose leaves have a strong lavender scent, but this is almost totally missing from the brewed tea. However, you do get a definite taste of lavender from the brewed tea, which stays with you in the aftertaste.

I can’t really get away from calling this tea floral because, well, it is. The floral taste doesn’t overpower the tea while it’s hot or warm, and I really enjoyed it prepared like this. However, the lavender does start to become too much as the tea gets colder, so I suspect this one wouldn’t work nearly as well iced as it does hot.

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