A madeleine cake dipped in linden tea sets off the flow of memories that begins Marcel Proust’s In Search of Lost Time. Filled with flavonoids and farnesol, linden flower tisanes have traditionally been used as a soothing beverage for both children and adults.
We handpick linden’s creamy, starburst blossoms at the end of June when the flowers’ aromatic oils reach their peak.
Taste: The linden flower carries hints of honey.
How to serve: A cup of honey-scented linden flower tea is the perfect way to relax after a long day.