The sugar/lemon balance will depend on what types of lemons you are using (Meyer lemons are less tart than regular lemons), and your own preference for sweetness.

While all varieties of lavender are edible, English lavender and Provence lavender are most often used for culinary purposes.

If you use fresh, garden flowers, make sure they have not been sprayed with pesticides. Do not use florist flowers.


  • 1 tsp lavender flowers
  • 4 pumps of simple syrup or 1/4 cup white, granulated sugar (sweeten to taste)
  •  1/2 cup of boiling water for the infusion
  • 1/4-1/3 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • Ice


Instructions Checklist

Brew 1tsp lavender tea with 1/2 cup hot water. Steep 3-4 minutes

Step 2

In tall glass fill with ice. Pour strained lavender tea over ice

Step 3

Mix in sugar or suggested simple syrup

Step 3

Add 1/4-1/3 cup lemonade juice or concentrate

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Lavender has a unique flavor but it’s the aroma that is the dearest about this tea. Lavender scent is used for aroma therapy, both for relaxing and stimulating your senses. Also helps with abdominal discomfort.

Temperature: 175F, Boiling first then let water sit for 2 min; Use: 1 tablespoon per 8 ounces of water; Infusion time: 3-4 minutes.

Best served: Hot Tea / Iced Tea