They have things from as common as herbal teas, dark chocolate, honey to more adventurous items including seasonings, scone mixes and flavoured coffee!
I tried two items today, their Lavender Shortbread Cookies and a Lavender Brownie.
The Lavender Shortbread Cookies ($9) come in a pack of 8. I shared with some of the people with us and they all gave me mixed reactions – some thought it was overpowering and some really enjoyed the taste. To me personally, I thought it was a good balance and not overpowering at all. The buttery taste is perfect with the lavender – this would go really well with a strong black tea or something just as flowery like Earl Grey.
The Lavender Brownie ($2.50) was a bit overwhelming. It was fudgey, soft and chocolately, but the lavender was definitely overpowering in this case. I think though if you’re a big fan of lavender, this might be something to check out. I could see this brownie also going very well with an iced coffee or tea and be refreshing on a hot day.
I think personally, I’m going to stick to the lovely smell of lavender in satchets and lotion – which they also sell at the farm! Admission into the farm is only $3 and they have a tour going every couple of hours if you want to check that out. I stuck to the store and went through all their delectables!
If you’ve got a fabulous green thumb or you’re a big fan of lavender, you’ll definitely enjoy this experience. Check out their website here.