Baking with Tea: Sage Lavender Cherry Scones

Tea as well as buns have actually gone together for centuries. As a matter of fact, buns are a principal in traditional High Teas across the western world. Buns are mild-flavored yet substantial pastries typically laced with a range of fruit or seasonings. Our tasty Sage Lavender Cherry scones offer an exceptional equilibrium of pleasant as well as mouthwatering notes and use an ideal counterpoint to your favored loosened fallen leave tea!

Sage Lavender Cherry Scones


1 mug chilly whole milk

3 tablespoons Sage Lavender Guayusa *.

1/2 cup granulated sugar.

3 mugs versatile flour.

1 mug cool butter, split.

1 cup fresh cherries, cut in half (1/2 mug dried cherries).


Integrate milk and also tea leaves as well as let high for up to a hr in the refrigerator.

Preheat stove to 375 ° F/191 ° C.

Stress Sage Lavender mixture and also whisk in sugar till dissolved.

In a big bowl, mix flour as well as cooking powder equally.

Divide 10 tbsps of cool butter into dices and mix into flour mixture using your fingers or a pastry cutter. Once the butter breaks down into pea-sized items, stop mixing.

Include sage lavender milk to bowl as well as stir with a fork until dough begins to glob.

Knead delicately to integrate and transfer dough to a floured surface.

Making use of a rolling pin, roll dough into a 14×8″ rectangular shape and turn so the lengthy side faces you.

Soften remaining butter in microwave and also spread evenly over rectangular shape.

Sprinkle cherries over dough and also carefully press right into location.

Fold up bottom third of the rectangular shape over the middle and after that fold down leading third to meet all-time low. Fold up in half the contrary direction as well as squash into an 8×4″ rectangle making use of a rolling pin.

Divide dough into 8 also squares and area 2 inches apart on a prepared flat pan.

Cook until scones are golden-brown, 27-30 minutes.


* For a more powerful flavor, make use of even more tea.

Tea and Scones.

A standard part of western tea practices, buns have been delighting tea-drinkers for centuries with their buttery taste and half-cracked appearance. Seeking tea great mixes to complete your mid-day snack? Try drinking our traditional Earl Grey black tea or flower Jade Snail green tea!

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