Lovingly Lavender

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Our bold black tea base combined with a relaxing, and visually exquisite, helping of French lavender will keep your nose and tastebuds quite content. We hope you are able to stay awake long enough to finish the cup!

Ingredients: black tea, French lavender, natural lavender flavoring
Serving Amount: 1 teaspoon/6oz. serving
Temperature: 203-212 degrees
Steep Time: 4-5 minutes
Serving Size: 1 oz. of tea will provide 12-15 single cup servings

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I wanted a black tea this morning that wasn’t Earl Grey or chocolate, and I didn’t feel like rose, which limited my options, so I decided to try this lavender tea again. It’s amazing how much the aroma of the dried leaves and the fresh brewed tea is powerfully lavender. The brewed tea is much more mellow as far as that’s concerned. I do think I like lavender in teas cut with other things (lavender and jasmine is a winning combo), but this one is pleasant too. It’s just more herby than most other florals, so it’s a different taste profile.

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I have had a love affair with lavender thanks to my grandma’s garden. My Oma has had lovely lavender growing in her garden for years. So I am completely biased about any and all things lavender.

Lavender tea is one of those weird things that you’re not sure if it will actually taste good. Like the illusive Bacon Diet Coke. Lavender is an herb, something you use in soap, bath salts and other bath products.

But this tea is wonderful! It brews up purplish – which tickles me – and is soothing and comforting. I taste lavender and sweet black tea. As with most of Joy’s Teaspoon teas, you can infuse at least two, if not more, times.

Third infusion – still going strong. Strong lavender, strong cup of calmness, strong love for lavender.


“strong cup of calmness” love this phrase!


Oh man, it’s lavender flavored AND purple? Might have to have this…


I’m enjoying the lavender my husband bought me from local store as an add-in.

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This smelled amazing when I opened the sample tin. Once I brewed up a cup I wasn’t so sure if I would like it. I did, I did! This was actually a darn fine tea that relaxed me quite a bit. Very smooth and rich and super yummy. The lavender is wonderful…I didn’t get a purple liquid in my cup. :( I think I will need to add this one as a permanent tea in my cupboard!

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