Lavender Mint Tea (Single Serving)

Total Time
Prep 0 mins
Cook 5 mins

Due to popular demand, the proportions of mint and lavender have been altered to make this lovely tea even lovelier. :)

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. If you have a tea ball, place the herbs in it.
  2. If not, you can brew this in the tea and strain it in a fine strainer after it has brewed.
  3. Pour the boiling water over the herbs; let steep for 5 minutes.
  4. Strain, if needed, and serve hot.
  5. Sweeten, if desired.
  6. This can also be made as iced tea- double the herbs and let steep in 1 Qt of water overnight in the fridge.
  7. You can add more water, to taste, if it is too strong.
  8. Again, sweeten, if desired.


Most Helpful

Very nice! Mild, yet refreshing and nicely flavored tea. Great for a summer's evening. I enjoyed it very much and would definatrely make it again!

jerseagrl June 25, 2008

Am sorry about the low rating but this tea tasted vile. I didnt want to pour it down the sink so i put some honey and also a tea bag. It tasted abit better,then.Thank you for a tasting experience though.

lemoncurd April 03, 2005

Mmmmmm. Just to tell you how much I loved this, I just had 1 quart! I used both dry lavender and mint (1 ts lavender and 2 ts mint for each cup of water) and found the aromas were well balanced that way ; that change of proportions is the only reason I am rating this 4 stars and not 5. Even if I usually have a terrible sweet tooth, I didn't sweeten it and it was perfect this way.

Anne La Quebecoise March 23, 2005

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