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  • “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...” Read full tasting note
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  • “A little goes a long way. Mixed it with chamomile flowers from Teavana. Loved it! Used about one heaping tablespoon of chamomile to a half tablespoon of lavender.” Read full tasting note
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    BananaWoo 23 tasting notes

From United Noodles

For those of you who don’t know, United Noodles is an Asian grocery store in Minneapolis, MN. I bought straight lavender flowers here for super cheap. I will have to check the brand when I get home, but they offer many loose leave teas, dried flowers and fruit for making tea blends of your own.

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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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A little goes a long way. Mixed it with chamomile flowers from Teavana. Loved it! Used about one heaping tablespoon of chamomile to a half tablespoon of lavender.

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