Versailles Lavender Grey

$9.45
  • Versailles Lavender Grey

Versailles Lavender Grey

$9.45

Early in his reign King of France Louis XIV moved his royal court from Paris to the countryside and began construction of the Palace of Versailles. The palace was massive and work on the structure began in 1664 and continued almost until his death in 1715.  

Louis XIV was always known for his fondness for fresh lavender from the French countryside, so much so that he demanded to be bathed in lavender-scented water.  So here we have it -- French #1 super blue lavender blended with a British favorite! 

Steep: Bring fresh, cold water to a boil (212°).  Add 1 tsp per 8 oz. water to your cup or pot. Pour water over your tea leaves. Steep for 3-4 minutes.  For iced tea, add one level Tbsp per 8 oz. water. Decant tea and enjoy!

Ingredients: Black tea, Lavender + Cornflower petals, Natural flavors (organic compliant).

Size: 2 oz. pouch

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Early in his reign King of France Louis XIV moved his royal court from Paris to the countryside and began construction of the Palace of Versailles. The palace was massive and work on the structure began in 1664 and continued almost until his death in 1715.  

Louis XIV was always known for his fondness for fresh lavender from the French countryside, so much so that he demanded to be bathed in lavender-scented water.  So here we have it -- French #1 super blue lavender blended with a British favorite! 

Steep: Bring fresh, cold water to a boil (212°).  Add 1 tsp per 8 oz. water to your cup or pot. Pour water over your tea leaves. Steep for 3-4 minutes.  For iced tea, add one level Tbsp per 8 oz. water. Decant tea and enjoy!

Ingredients: Black tea, Lavender + Cornflower petals, Natural flavors (organic compliant).

Size: 2 oz. pouch