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I nice blend of tea to have on a cozy night. I also loved the smells of this one.

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BLUE ROSE February 01, 2010

What a lovely combination of flavors. I have Rita L. to thank for the lavender that makes this recipe possible for me. :) I will be enjoyng this tea all evening as it snows & snows & snows....Thank you!

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Elmotoo February 25, 2007

This was a mild, pleasantly flavored tea, which I sweetened slightly with a trace of Splenda. I was not sick when I drank it, but I can vouch that it does have relaxing properties.

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echo echo February 16, 2007

Ooooh yeah! Home sick today and this tea really hits the spot. Didn't actually have lavender "Flowers" but have something marked just "Lavendar" in the tea cabinet. Not 100% if there is a difference. (I'm from Switzerland, sometimes there is a slight difference between what you call something and what I know it called by) What I used resembled lavender buds and you see it in lavender potpori. Anyway, it was purchased at a tea shop and the point I was trying to make before I confused myself was no matter what part of the lavender you use, this should taste just wonderful! Its very gentle, tea. Not a strong overpowering scent - however, I will make this again when I am not sick just in case my sense of smell is off today. But this is perfect to chase body aches away while you are sick. Thank you for sharing this Sharon! **** Made and reviewed for ZAARTAG ****

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Mimi Bobeck October 16, 2006
Lavender Herb Tea