3 Lavender Tea Recipes for A Sweet and Refreshing Summer
Lavender tea is an immensely popular herbal tea. The beverage is known for calming and soothing effects as well as a sweet and floral aroma. Drinking lavender tea is a great way to escape into a world of bliss and succulent flavor.
Brew up a cup of hot tea or iced tea with our favorite lavender tea recipes. You'll find options from classic traditional brews to fruity takes and spicy endeavors.
What Is Lavender Tea?
Lavender tea is an herbal tea made from the vibrant purple petals of the lavender plant known by the botanical name Lavandula angustifolia. The plant is commonly used in aromatherapy to induce calm and promote peace of mind. Lavender is also used to help improve symptoms of anxiety and stress.
The plant boasts nutrition facts that feature vitamins and minerals essential to human health. Lavender flowers contain vitamin A and calcium, which are beneficial for vision and bones. The plant is also low in calories, making it an ideal beverage for people looking to manage their weight.
1 cup sliced citrus fruits (oranges, lemons, grapefruit, or limes)
Bring water to a rapid boil in a medium-sized pan on the stove.
Remove from heat and add chamomile flowers, green tea leaves, and lavender buds to the hot water.
Steep until the water reaches room temperature.
Remove the tea leaves and flowers and pour the mixture into a large glass pitcher. You can use a tea infuser like a tea ball to help keep the leaves contained for easy removal.
Add sliced fruit and store in the refrigerator for 1 to 2 hours before serving.
Serve in tall glasses filled with ice cubes. Garnish with a slice of fruit.
You can substitute the green tea leaves for another true tea such as Earl Grey or oolong tea. Earl Grey pairs perfectly with the citrus fruits since it contains bergamot rinds.
Iced Lavender Mint Tea
Cool off in summertime heat whether you're in California or Asia with these two potent flavors. Lavender helps you unwind and settle into the laid back groove of summer while mint leaves add a refreshing quality to the iced tea.
4 teaspoons loose leaf lavender tea
1 handful of fresh mint leaves
8 cups of water
Mint sprigs for garnish
Bring water to a rapid boil. Remove from heat and add in the mint leaves and lavender petals.
Steep the tea for 5 to 10 minutes. If adding sugar like cane sugar or brown sugar, add while the water is still hot. Liquid sugars such as honey and simple syrup can be added later when the water is cold if desired.
Cool to room temperature and remove the herbs and flowers.
Transfer the mixture to a large glass pitcher and serve over ice cubes. Garnish with one mint sprig and enjoy!
Love Laidback Lavender
We recommend using loose leaf tea rather than tea bags since loose teas generally provide superior flavor. It's also a good idea to use high-quality lavender tea blends or culinary lavender when brewing at home. You can find sachets at the local farmer's market or grocery store.
Lavender tea is a tasty way to unwind and enjoy some peace and relaxation. Enjoy the sweet taste of lavender tea and take relaxation up a notch by diffusing lavender oil as aromatherapy. The tea is delicious brewed as a piping hot beverage or as a refreshing iced tea. With these free recipes and a short total time from start to finish, you'll be sipping tasty floral tea in no time.
Use these lavender recipes to serve up iced tea in a glass teapot and enjoy a visual treat when sipping this lovely tea. Pour yourself a cup of tea using your own lavender or dried buds from our tea shop and sip your way to tea heaven.
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