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Herbal Tea
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195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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  • “Got this mostly to mix with black tea and to drink in the evenings. Lavender is probably the only floral tea that doesn’t taste… floral. Or at least not like perfume. It’s more like a mild spice,...” Read full tasting note
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From Great Wall Tea Company

Slight pungency and a distinctive floral perfume character. If you like lavender, a pinch can be added to most cups of black tea. Also blends well with rooibos and honeybush. Experiment! Promotes relaxation.

Ingredients: Lavender petals

Caffeine Content: None

Water Temperature: Boiling

Steep Time: 5+ mins

One heaping teaspoon per 8 ozs water

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Got this mostly to mix with black tea and to drink in the evenings. Lavender is probably the only floral tea that doesn’t taste… floral. Or at least not like perfume. It’s more like a mild spice, something like sage. It’s also a very clear brew. Just a faint green. Maybe it’s just because it’s a bit old, but it’s not a harsh tea, though you get something medicinal in the back of your throat. Not as prominent as the lavender in the lavender-chamomile blend I got for Christmas.

Weird thing to be drinking while listening to David Bowie and also trying to read research papers on glaciers for class.

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195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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