Lavender Flowers

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Herbal Tea
Lavender Flowers
Earth, Herbaceous, Lavender
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Caffeine Free
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 355 ml

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  • “I’ve been having trouble sleeping lately, so I bought a bunch of tisanes from Tealyra to avoid having caffeine in the evenings. Finding things I actually want to drink has been difficult, as I’m...” Read full tasting note

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100% pure organic Lavender flowers that are grown in France! Lavender is known for its pleasant aroma, calming aromatherapy properties, and lovely purple hue. Unaltered and unflavored; our high quality Lavender is intensely aromatic, with a floral sage-like and bittersweet distinctive taste.

Lavender is known to promote relaxation; it is effective in the treatment of restlessness and mild insomnia. Consuming pure lavender flowers tea is known to elevate the mood- making it beneficial in stress related issues such as anxiety and depression. Lavender has a long history of use for easing headaches and tension. If you’re feeling overwhelmed or stressed, a warm cup of Lavender Flowers Tea will give you an instant sense of relaxation, and get you back on your feet with renewed focus. Enjoy our high quality pure Lavender Flowers Tea straight, iced or in your favorite recipes!

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I’ve been having trouble sleeping lately, so I bought a bunch of tisanes from Tealyra to avoid having caffeine in the evenings. Finding things I actually want to drink has been difficult, as I’m generally not a fan of licorice or hibiscus and don’t enjoy anything that’s overly sweet. Any tisanes that don’t fall into the above categories seem to contain peppermint, and while I like minty teas, they can get a bit monotonous.

I do, however, love lavender things, and while this tea can be a bit soapy, it definitely delivers on that front. It has a pronounced lavender flavour with some earthy and herbaceous undertones. The fluffy leaves are pretty and I get four to five good steeps.

Judging from my experience with this company so far, Tealyra is a decent place to get herbal tisanes. Where do you buy your herbal and/or decaf teas in Canada?

Flavors: Earth, Herbaceous, Lavender

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 355 ML

Have you tried Teavivre’s Buckwheat? That’s a different one. Also, Bird and Blend’s Moondrop Dreams?


Thanks! I’ve heard about Teavivre’s buckwheat tea and might pick up a sample when I order from them again. I’ll have to check out Bird and Blend’s shipping rates to Canada to see if it’s worth looking at their herbals. I don’t even bother going to U.S. vendors’ sites anymore because the shipping is so high. :(


Bird & Blend is in the UK so shipping is bad for us in the US too. haha. They have a free shipping limit, though it’s higher… I think $90? Or sometimes during a sale they have free shipping, no limit. (Their sales are only in July or Boxing Day though.)


You Americans are lucky to have so many world-class tea shops! From what I gather, shipping for Bird and Blend varies depending on the amount of tea purchased. I may have to check them out during the July sale if I haven’t given up on decaf teas by then. :)

Mastress Alita

Even I love the selection of tisanes from Tealyra, but being in the US, I have to hit their free shipping threshold when I do get them. They have a pumpkin one I like that has a creamsicle flavor profile, and I love the Lavender Lemon Potion (a lemon lavender tea… the lavender usually doesn’t “pop” quite enough for me so I add just a bit more from my stash of plain lavender buds, but it is an amazingly strong, tart lemon that I really like… but then, I’m the last lover of tart things on Steepster, heh). I’ve been drinking a lot of their chocolate mint rooibos lately, too.


I also had to hit the free shipping threshold, which I think is $60 across North America. I was thinking of getting Lavender Lemon Potion, but was concerned about how the white chocolate chips would taste with the other ingredients. I haven’t had great luck with chocolate teas, so I’m glad to hear their chocolate mint rooibos is good.

Mastress Alita

Even with the white chocolate chips, Lavender Lemon Potion is a very “on the tart side” lemon tea; unless you can’t have sugar at all for health reasons, I personally don’t think they make the tea “too sweet” myself. I’d be more concerned of those that in general can’t stand hibiscus for being “too tart/sour” probably wouldn’t like it. (as I recall, that one does have a touch of hibi in it, too… I’m the last hibi-lover on this site…)

I do see that the ingredients list of their Chocolate Mint Rooibos has changed, so I think they get a different supplier now. My bag is so old… the one I have I absolutely love. I see the ingredients still match Fusion Tea, so they must still be sourcing from the same wholesaler, while Tealyra must have changed wholesalers for that tea. So I can’t vouch for the current Tealyra formula…

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