I love the scent of lavender, and also enjoy it in tea. A couple years ago, we had the chance to visit Lavendair, a lavender farm. It was an awesome experience!

Lavenlair Farm, Summer 2019

We had a lovely time cutting lavender, and learning about different types of lavender, including culinary versus others. Lavenlair had many varieties to see and smell, and of course bring home too.

Lavenlair Farm, Summer 2019

I have made my own lavender tea before, but in the middle of a cold New England winter, I tend to look for different kinds of warm drinks to enjoy.

Lavender lattes are easy to make. You will need:

~ lavender for tea, or lavender tea bags
~ Sweetener
~ Milk

Start by steeping a cup of lavender tea.

I use my loose lavender buds in a tea bag, but you can find prepackaged tea bags.

Add in your sweetener, such as honey or sugar.

Keep in mind that the tea will not have a purple color to it.

Add in 1/2 cup frothed milk.

Instead of traditionally frothing milk, I heat the milk and used a cheap milk frother from Amazon.