Black Lavender
Black Lavender
Black Lavender
Black Lavender
Black Lavender
Black Lavender
Black Lavender

Black Lavender


79 reviews

A glorious bouquet of delicate French lavender paired with exquisite black Ceylon and lapsang souchong teas, fruity black currant and sweet vanilla. Handcrafted with great joie de vivre in the Smith atelier.

Tasting Notes:

Crème Brûlée, leather, sweet berry wine

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Black Lavender tea

First time trying your tea. This one is delicious.

Margaret B.
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Different and delightful

This is a lovely tea. The mix of flavors is rich and nuanced, and blends smoothly. I enjoy this at mid-morning or in the afternoon when I need a boost, and my tastebuds want a little something extra. I like the way no one flavor dominates, which to me makes a delightful blend. I love this one, it is going to become a permanent resident in my (somewhat crowded) tea cabinet.

Deborah G.
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Lovely Lavender

Just the right notes. Sweet but mellow. Not overbearing. No aftertaste. Relaxing.

JoEllen W.
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I recommend this product

I am drinking it now. The aroma and flavor are lovely. A nice afternoon pick me up. I will order again.

Frederick S.
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I recommend this product

I loved it, already ordered more. Can't wait for the lovers leap to be available.


Ceylon and Zheng Shan black teas, French lavender, red rose petals, black currant and vanilla natural flavor.

Blend Numerology

A tip of the old beret to our friends on Bastille Day.


For best flavor, bring spring or freshly drawn filtered water to a boil (212 degrees) and steep five minutes, while letting your mind wander in fields of lavender.

  • Select an Ingredient:
  • ceylon dimbula
  • french lavender
  • red rose petals
  • zheng shan

Ceylon Dimbula

Sri Lankan Black Tea

The Dimbula region is directly opposite the Uva region in Sri Lanka. Dimbulas are often called “Westerns” in the tea trade. They have a reddish amber color in the cup, with a medium to full body, slightly fruity flavor and mineral notes. Ceylon Dimbulas are often used in medium bodied blends, Earl Grey formulas and other flavored teas. The best Dimbula teas are produced from December to February.

Central Province

The Central Province, true to its name, is located in the heart of Sri Lanka. It is said that in its capital city of Kandy, the tooth of the Buddha resides in a temple, which alone makes this place worth visiting. Here at Smith, just as holy, are the many breathtaking high elevation tea gardens that make a significant contribution to the total output of high grade Sri Lankan teas, which we look to buy between the months of December to February.

French Lavender

Botanical from Provence

A fragrant evergreen shrub with beautiful purple flower spikes that bloom every summer. French Lavender has a more delicate aroma than its English counterpart and is often used in aromatherapy for its calming properties. Drive through the hillsides of Provence during July with a convertible and breathe in its beautiful scent.

Provence, France

A famous vacation destination, Provence is a beautiful coastal region in the south of France. It also happens to be where our founder Steve Smith was living when he had his “Ah-Ha” moment to start a tea company unlike any other in the world. That company would become Smith Teamaker.

Red Rose Petals

Indian Botanical

Less utilized in our blends than their pink counterparts, dried red rose petals are more pungent and perfumed.


Pakistan is located in South Asia and shares borders with Iran and Afghanistan to its west, China to its north and India to its east. Separated from India during The Partition in 1947, Pakistan has a diverse landscape and climate, with a fifth of its GDP coming from agriculture. Our red rose petals are harvested in early Spring, usually in March.

Zheng Shan

Chinese Black Tea

The original Lapsang, the most sought after smoked tea in all of China. Delicate and wiry black tea leaves are smoked with pine boughs for a complex and full yet smooth experience.

Zhejiang Province

Zhejiang Province is located in Eastern China, directly south of Shanghai and Jiangsu Province. These three areas made up a region known in earlier times as the "Land of Fish and Rice". Today, Zhejiang still holds up its end of the bargain as home to China's largest fishery and as one of the largest food producers, along with leading in tea production. The tea used in Zheng Shan is harvested in the spring and then smoked in the summer.