Lavender in food
True lavender as spice and herb
True lavender can also be a great addition to your meals and drinks. Hand-made fieldwork and naturally harvested lavender flowers from our fields will present your dishes with a new, pleasant taste that will delight you and your guests.
This is a tasty nonalcoholic fresh drink. English/ true lavender and lemon create special aroma that is great for hot summer days. You can also use it in your desserts and cocktails.
Make yourself a tea
What do we need?
Blue Hill dried flowers
Take one teaspoon of lavender flowers and put it in a cup. Boil 200ml of water and pour it over the flowers. Leave it for 5 minutes and strain it. Your tea is ready.
True lavender hydrosol
Hydrosol can also be used as an additive to lemonade. One or two tablespoons of hydrosol are added to the jug of lemonade, and the drink can be further enhanced with a few flowers of true lavender. When consumed alone (preferably in the morning on an empty stomach 2cl), it can help regulate blood pressure, calm the heart rate, lower blood fats and regulate sugar in the initial stages of type 2 diabetes. it reduces appetite.
To prepare a beverage:
Pour approx. 2 cl lavender syrup and mix with 200ml cold water.