Our lavender dream tea is the perfect blend of sweet and savory, a delightful cup to relax with on a rainy night with a roaring fire, a good book and your faithful four legged companion nearby. Lemon verbena and lemon balm are calming to the stomach and uplifting to the spirit. Linden flowers relieves anxiety and promotes good digestion. Honeybush, from the plant known as Cyclopia intermedia, a shrub native to the East Cape of South Africa, has been used as a tea for hundreds of years. It has a sweet warm honey fragrance and the flavor of the brewed tea is floral with honey undertones. Fennel seeds calm the stomach, sooth the throat and give a bit of anise sweetness. Cloves are commonly added to Ayurvedic teas to stimulate immune responses. And lavender, well lavender is terrific for relaxation, and to stimulate immunity. Our 'Hidcote Blue' English lavender has a sweet floral flavor. Together, this lovely combination creates a soothing blend, delicious with a natural subtle sweetness and gentle spice. Even those who don't commonly drink tea enjoy our Lavender Dream Tea.
This December our products are available to order now online and can be picked-up at our special curbside service, Saturday and Sunday, Dec 12th and 13th, at Morningsun Herb Farm. You can also drop by our pop up shop from 10 am - 4 pm December 12th at Morningsun Herb Farm and shop in our open air shop.
If you would like curbside service, you will pay in advance on the website, and when you arrive at Morningsun Herb Farm drive into the north parking lot (there will be a sign at the road that says "Curbside Pick Up"). Park, and please call 707-888-5013. We will bring your purchases out to the car, so you need not get out of your vehicle.
We want to make your shopping experience as easy and relaxed as possible. We can provide special lavender themed bags and tags, so all you have to do is add your name and your fragrant, locally produced gift is ready to give. Please specify in customer notes what products you would like bagged together for gift giving.