I love a good cup of herbal tea…”regular” tea gives me a headache. Did you know herbal tea isn’t tea at all? The technical term is “tisane” for any infusion with hot water of leaves, herbs, bark etc., that are NOT tea leaves. There is only one kind of tea: Camellia Sinensis. The various names you like or hear have to do with place (where the leaves come from) or flavorings. For instance, if you like Earl Grey, you’re probably enjoying the bergomot orange oil added to it. Real tea comes in four types: black (fermented), oolong (semi-fermented), green (unfermented) and white – traditionally only from buds not leaves, and sun dried to prevented further oxidation). Lula’s famous Lavendar Honey Tea is made with fermented (black) decaffeinated tea and lavendar from our garden (as well as honey, of course!) We combine the best of both worlds to bring you a unique and delightful flavor, which can be enjoyed cold OR hot!