Green tea with lavender buds
A light-bodied and exotically floral tea that leaves a lingering footstep of sweetness in the mouth, its’s floral aroma, spicy zest, and antioxidants aplenty are sure to take your soul on an inward journey of relaxation.
Twisty leaves in shades of olive green and vivid purple lavender buds dwell in harmony and sprinkle their sweet and intense clove-like spice onto a crisp woody aroma of green tea.
Soft lavender buds fade into a grayish purple hue and dark green medium-sized tea leaves open up in a wet shine to exude exotic sweet floral notes of lavenders that meanders through a cool herby freshness of a garden of fennel and clove.
Luscious straw gold liquor with sweet floral notions of lavender and an earthy herbaceous relief of anise that patters on to the tongue to lend a good body, which is briskly brushed anew by the astringent freshness of cloves and fennel. The warmth of crackling wood and an earthy smoothness of menthol aligns your chakras leaving you feeling composed and satisfied.
For a perfect Cup of Tea:
Take 1 cup of water (200 ml).
Heat it to 80-85°C.
Put 1 teaspoon (2.5g) of tea leaves in the water.
Steep the leaves for 3-4 minutes.
The aroma of lavender relieves fatigue
Lavender green tea can treat indigestion
Works as a detoxifier and can be used to fight hair loss