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Step 1: Heat water
Fill the pan (about 1 liter of water) and add the heads of the lavender sprigs to it.
Step 2: Bring to the boil
Boil the preparation for a few minutes. Optionally, cover with a lid to keep the amount of liquid or remove it to reduce the amount of water and increase the odor power.
Step 3: Let it brew
Leave to infuse for an hour, covering the pan with a cloth.
Step 4: Filter the preparation
Filter the preparation by pouring the contents of the pan into the coffee filter. Clean your coffee maker beforehand to avoid mixing aromas. You can also, more simply, use a clean cloth to filter your preparation.
Step 5: Add alcohol to the flower infusion
Add the alcohol: 30ml will suffice. Alcohol is only used here to increase the shelf life of lavender water and to suggest a slight freshness. This is why it is only useful in very small quantities in our preparation, far from the level of more professional perfumes where the proportion of alcohol is around 80% of the liquid volume.
Step 6: Perform the bottling
Mix the content well ...
… And pour the potion into your bottles.
Step 7: Fill in the label!
To avoid confusing it with orange blossom or ether (blue bottle), don't forget to stick a nice label on it.
No need to wait to use it, treat yourself!