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This prohibition-era classic has bright, crisp flavors, perhaps originally intended to mask the harshness of inferior gin. Fast forward to present day – this cocktail still makes for smooth sipping. In fact, it’s often billed as the gin drink for the non-gin drinker. Adding lavender highlights the floral notes of the honey without compromising the spirit of this timeless cocktail.
Forget about all the havoc created by Corona virus
Settle down with a book and a cup of relaxing lavender tea
This is a passing phase
This soothing cup of tea will taste and smell like you at the spa at comfort of your house and garden
Lavender flowers add a gourmet touch to this homemade ice cream, sweetened with honey instead of sugar, that's perfect for summer parties. What you are looking for is a subtle whisper of lavender rather than a full-on bombardment of your taste-buds.
Soothing lavender tea is a really pretty drink and has a very calming flavour. This is coffee free drink, that can be enjoyed at any time, and lavender is even said to relieve sleeping disorders. The illustration features some beautiful, hand painted lavender sprigs.
Food Geometry Challenge. This piece is of one of my favorite cake recipes, Honey Lavender Lemon Cake using beehive cakelette pans to make a pretty honeycomb shape. I also incorporated the flower of life design, which I used to make the hexagonal shapes, and then showcase the symmetry in the cake design and natural honeycombs.
A Gin and Tonic Cocktail made with a Juniper Syrup and Herbal Infused Tonic. My favorite cocktail is a Gin and Tonic, but when I was unable to drink anymore, I still wanted to enjoy this refreshing drink in all of it's botanical goodness. SO, my boyfriend and I set out to devise a combination of elements that would imitate a Gin and Tonic as accurately as we could. The conclusion is an herbal delight, fresh and pungent. It is sure to liven up tastebuds on a hot day, and can be enjoyed by anyone!