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!
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.
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
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.