Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) is a Mediterranean herb prized for its medicinal virtues and especially for its wide use in perfumery and cosmetics . The passionflower was already used in the past by American indigenous people for its properties. The fruit also had great economic value, as it was used as currency exchange with other people. Chamomile is the most known and most used plant since ancient times. Greeks and Norwegians dedicated the Chamomille to the goods for its properties. Its origin is given in Southern and Eastern Europe and the Middle East. The lemongrass (Aloysia citrodora) is a shrubby plant of the Verbenáceas family, originary of South America. Introduced in Europe through the Spanish colonization. Its name is in honor of Maria Luisa Parma, wife of Carlos IV of Spain. Thanks to its oil rich in aromatic essential components, it is very used in cosmetics.
Enter the lavender with its essences and it remains at each drink, fresh, balsamic and scented, often with notes of wood. As you drink, the other ingredients are present but in a mild way. It appears the fruit of chamomile and the citrus point of lemongrass.