Culinary Lavender Buds

Culinary Lavender Buds


Chefs rejoice we have high-quality English lavender buds for your culinary pursuits available for a limited time! Our culinary lavender buds sell out fast every year, so stock up while you can!

Our culinary lavender has the sweetest fragrance among all species of lavender, which creates flavor in cooking. We only package our English plants for culinary use. The flower buds from these varieties give dishes a subtly sweet, citrus flavor. Convert what you need by referencing the dry goods chart below! Lavender buds are sold by volume not weight!!

Culinary lavender is processed at the end of the lavender season. Our English lavender buds are renowned for their deep purple colour and plumpness. They are hand-harvested, clipped, sorted, sifted, and packed. This time-consuming process ensures that your buds are of the highest quality when they arrive! Fun fact – 2 full bundles go into each jar of culinary lavender!

Warning – cooking with lavender is highly addictive. Great for tea making, simple syrup, and whatever your imagination can cook up!

Our culinary buds come shipped in a 1 cup glass jar and are sealed tight with a lid to ensure they arrive fresh. Order’s are packaged 12 to a box. The minimum order is one box or 12 jars (approx. 12 cups).

We Ship Everywhere in North America!

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More About Culinary Lavender Buds from MKL Farm!

We grow, package, and sell culinary lavender buds collected from our English lavender plant varieties from our farm. Culinary lavender is triple sifted which ensures that the buds are primarily clean from the stem, leaf, and other plant debris. The end result is a deep purple, highly scented herb pretty enough to include in every dish, sauce, pastry, and syrup you can dream up!

Did you know that all parts of the lavender plant have a high concentration of scent?

Culinary lavender buds are very desirable for culinary use. Lavender is a fragrance preferred and recognized around the world. However, it’s the aroma and subtle taste that makes it a unique addition to recipes too. It’s true that the strong lavender aroma is found in other parts of this herbaceous plant. But you must remember, lavender is a herb, so it doesn’t follow the same rules as most other scented flowers.  Therefore, we can smell lavender in all parts of the plant making it so desirable for a variety of recipes and dishes.

The scent from lavender is very pleasing and the taste carries a unique citrusy organic taste. Order lavender buds if you’re looking for something different for your menu. It’s also a great choice for anyone looking to make unique simple syrup combinations for hot or cold drinks. If you want lavender as the primary forward scent in your pastries, syrups, sauces or garnish then using culinary lavender is a nice choice.

It’s important to note if you’re menu needs to be scent, colour, and texture forward you don’t need 100% stem and debris-free buds. In fact, it’s very beneficial and common to find a small number of stems, leaves, dried lavender flowers, and buds in your culinary mix.

We Can Ship Culinary Lavender Buds anywhere in North America!

After you place your order we will contact you with a quote for shipping. Carriers are selected based on where your location is in North America and the size of your order. Our goal is to always get you the best price and value when matching you with a suitable logistics company.

Here is some example uses for wholesale priced culinary lavender buds:

Culinary lavender buds are ideal for creating unique recipes and menu items for your restaurant, cafe, or coffee shop. Culinary lavender is a great product for those looking to offer up something different for their customers.  You can encourage your customers to try new recipes flavoured with culinary lavender including lavender pastries, lavender simple syrups, lavender cookies, lavender shortbread, lavender chicken, lavender sorbet, lavender salad dressing, lavender icing, lavender brittle, lavender lemonade, lavender sauce, lavender sugar, lavender spritzers, lavender ice cream, lavender cake or use lavender garnish to add a hit of purple to your finished dish!

Commonly Used Conversion Chart for Dry Goods

Use this handy chart when planning for your lavender project. We suggest using a measuring cup and a grain, such as rice to determine how much-dried lavender you will need for each recipe you are developing. Visit our blog to find lavender recipes!

Cups Grams Ounces
1/8 c (2 tbsp) 16 g .563 oz
1/4 cup 32 g 1.13 oz
1/3 cup 43 g 1.5 oz
1/2 cup 64 g 2.25 oz
2/3 cup 85 g 3 oz
3/4 cup 96 g 3.38 oz
1 cup 128 g 4.5 oz

Additional information

Weight 18 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 9 × 4 in

McKinley Lavender Farm



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