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How to Make Lavender Tea.

How To Make Lavender Tea  I have just the tea because hey, you want an easy yet fun Recipe you can make any time, it could be for breakfast or even for afternoon tea time.

Lavender tea is a herbal drink made from dried lavender flower buds. See the proper way to brew this floral beverage, hot and cold. Now I have not had this tea but writing this makes me want to try it out sometime! 

Now, I know you think sometimes when you think of this plant. hmm, what can I do with Lavender besides making my home smell great? Did you know you could make tea out of this powerful healing plant? Well, you’re in luck! I have the perfect recipes for you to enjoy during tea time or just when you want to wind down for the evening. How To Make Lavender Tea is here for you!

How to make lavender tea

How to make LAVENDER TEA.

    • Lavender tea is a herbal tea (also known as a tisane) made by steeping dried lavender flower buds in water.
    • Naturally caffeine-free.

There are over 40 species of lavender — the English and French species are the most commonly used to make lavender tea.

  • The flowers and buds are purple, resulting in a slightly purple-hued drink.
  • Use food-grade lavender to make sure they weren’t treated with pesticides.
  • There is zinc (along with potassium and magnesium) in lavender which may help you sleep better and longer. 


1/2 teaspoon loose lavender tea
1 cup (8 fl. oz.


  • Loose lavender tea
  • Filtered water
  • Teapot with strainer
    My favorite glass teapot for making herbal tea.
  • Electric kettle with a temperature setting
    Set the water temperature to brew tea properly every time.


  • Loose lavender tea
  • Filtered water
  • Teapot with strainer
  • Ice



STEP 1: Boil water.

Boil water.

use an electric kettle with temperature setting to boil water for tea and I set the water to 208°F, which is a bit under a full boil.

Boil more than needed since you want extra to warm up the teapot.

Pour boiling water into a teapot halfway. Swirl it around a bit so the teapot can warm up. Discard the water.

I like to warm up the teapot so that when I add hot water to brew the tea, the water temperature doesn’t drop too much.

STEP 3: Put lavender tea into a teapot and add hot water.

Tea Tip: The most important thing to remember about making lavender tea is to resist adding too much lavender. It will taste too strong and will not be pleasant to drink.

STEP 4: Cover teapot and steep for 5 minutes.

Herbal teas like lavender are a lot easier to brew than other types of teas. You can brew them for more than 5 minutes and they won’t get bitter like black tea or green tea.

I like to stick to a 5 minute brew time for most herbal teas since it brews a nicely flavorful drink each time without being too weak or too strong.

If you want to sweeten your lavender tea, try brown sugar, honey.



  • 3 Tbsp loose leaf black or green tea (or 4 teabags)
  • 1 tsp dried lavender blossoms (or more to taste)
  • 1 qt boiling water
  • 1/2 cups raw sugar (may use white granulated sugar if desired)
  • 2 cups of water
  • 2 cups of ice cubes

    STEP 1: Put lavender tea and water in a pitcher or glass container. Use cold or room temperature water to make cold-brewed tea. No need for hot water at all!

You can also use this cold brew maker if you make iced tea often.

STEP 2: Cover the pitcher and put it in the refrigerator for at least 6 hours. You can keep it in the refrigerator to cold steep for up to 12 hours.

STEP 3: Strain out lavender buds and pour tea into a cup. Since the tea is already chilled, ice is optional.

I don’t like to sweeten my lavender tea but if you want to, add simple syrup, which is dissolved sugar in equal part water. You can easily make a quick simple syrup at home by mixing equal parts of sugar and hot water until the sugar dissolves.


Don’t add too many lavender buds to your tea since it’ll be overpowering. try a teaspoon

1 cup water + more to warm teapot for hot tea

½ teaspoon lavender loose tea


  • Boil water. If using an electric kettle with a temperature setting, set it to 208°F. Boil a little more water than needed so that it can be used to warm up the teapot. Filtered water is best.
  • Warm up the teapot. Pour some hot water into a teapot and swirl it around a bit. Discard the water.
  • Put lavender tea into a teapot and add hot water.
  • Cover teapot and steep for 5 minutes.

  • 1. Put lavender tea and cool or room temperature water in a pitcher or glass container. Filtered water is best for a better-tasting iced tea.
  • 2. Cover the pitcher and put it in the refrigerator for at least 6 hours.
  • 3. Strain out lavender buds and pour tea into a cup. Ice is optional since the tea is already chilled. To sweeten lavender iced tea, use simple syrup. You can easily make simple syrup at home by mixing equal parts sugar (or honey, or brown sugar) and hot water until sugar dissolves.

And if you want to learn more info on tea like this, click here.

if you’re want to try something to have along with this drink, look at this recipe

Please stop back for more info! 🙂 I look forward to hearing from you in the comments about How to Make  Lavender tea Properly (Iced & Hot)

Have a great day.

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