- Blend water, hemp seeds, walnuts, vanilla, and salt until the mixture is completely smooth and creamy.
- Transfer into a small saucepan and heat over medium heat until tiny bubbles begin to form and steam rises. Remove from heat.
- Place dried lavender in a tea sachet or disposable tea bag and seal, then immerse in milk and cover saucepan. Steep for ten minutes, then remove sachet and squeeze to release all lavender oils.
- Stir in honey to taste. Serve immediately, or blend again for higher foam factor.
Obtained from this page, I found it a challenge to strain it as well as the nut milk needed to be to be drinkable. Perhaps I just needed to blend it for longer, but after a time, it started to froth up at the top of the blender, which I didn't exactly want either. Perhaps next time I will either just let it keep blending and deal with the froth, or else I'll use a cheesecloth to strain it.
No Caffeine Needed
I am, by nature, already a pretty high-energy person, but I like a beautiful-looking mug of something frothy and delicious-looking as much as the next person. I obtained a French press so that I could feel fancy at home too, but nearly everything I make from it is, by necessity, caffeine-free, so that I don't vibrate my way out of my skin the rest of the day (or drive everyone else around me crazy).