Lavender tea?


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Lavender tea?

Postby Daughteroftheki... » Aug 1st, '06, 19:04

Has Adagio considered adding Lavender to it's line of herbals? It's so refreshing, especially during these dog-days of summer.
And made hot it's very calming.
I like to blend it with mint and then almost any other tea I'm in a mood for (darjeeling 22 or snowbud or gykuro) and a little bit of sweetner.
Just a suggestion, because like so many of us here, I prefer to order from Adagio.
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Postby sippy cup » Aug 1st, '06, 20:31

i would love that. i really enjoy a good lavender tea.
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Postby Carnelian » Aug 2nd, '06, 00:05

I prefer adagio, for too many reasons to list. But I do plan on ordering dragonwater's lavender relatively soon because I got hooked on a lavender flavored candy a while back and would love the same feeling in a tea
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Postby klemptor » Aug 2nd, '06, 08:55

I agree - I'd love for Adagio to offer a loose lavendar.

And maybe they could offer the Osmanthus loose, too! (hint, hint...)
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Postby Amanda » Aug 2nd, '06, 16:38

Hey there,

Just asked the powers that be if we have ever looked into a lavender tea, and they say they have - but as more of a blended option, say with a white tea. As for an herbal lavender, they tell me they will keep an eye out for the future (although it may be a bit far in the future right now).

Hope that helps,
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Postby klemptor » Aug 2nd, '06, 17:26

I'd dig a white lavendar. That sounds awesome, actually.
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Postby hummingbird » Aug 2nd, '06, 18:58

Lavender tea does sound wonderful. I would love to have some.
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Postby Daughteroftheki... » Aug 3rd, '06, 19:20

Carnelian...
Lavender candy? Where did you find that?

Amanda...
Thank you for speaking up for us. Looks like there are a number of fans.
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Postby Carnelian » Aug 3rd, '06, 20:20

I got the candy at the minnesota festival of nations, its an import from england (I have no idea where else to get it)
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Postby Madam Potts » Aug 16th, '06, 12:01

OMG - I love blending with Lavender. Like chamomile, I don't like it straight, but find it's a fantastic herb when mixed with other herbs or teas. It is by far one of my favorite herbals (well, that and speramint). I'm surprised they don't have a loose lavender....

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Lavender tea

Postby OT » Nov 17th, '06, 02:37

I do have lavender tea, rose tea and osmenthus tea supply from Singapore
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Postby Snow on Cedar » Dec 7th, '06, 00:29

Lavender herbal! :D
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Postby yingli0701 » Feb 27th, '07, 21:02

I personally prefer Revolution Tea's Lavender Tea in the Triangular tin.
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Herbal Tea

Postby OT » Feb 28th, '07, 12:39

Finally, i see people interested in Herbal tea or flora tea. Besides lavendar, try rose and osmenthus. Mix it with tea like puerh or jasmine, you will simply fall in love with them
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Postby Inaya » Mar 23rd, '07, 06:01

I second (tenth) the motion! I've never had lavender tea actually, but lavendar is my favorite scent in the entire world (more than baked goods even!), so I'd love to try it. And I'd rather get it here where prices and shipping are nice and reasonable.

Teavana has a white lavender/violet that's probably decent, but they're pricey. (2oz for $15 -- that's what? Twice as much as white flavors from Adagio?) My dad gets me stuff from there when I get good grades. He got me a cast iron tetsubin/trivet/cups/saucers for Christmas and I don't think its a coincidence I have straight As for the first time in my life.

Dragonwater's earl grey lavender looks nummy as well. Would love to see both here.
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