- A flowering perennial herb in the mint family that blossoms small pinkish purple flowers.
- A culinary herb with a warm, pungent, slightly bitter taste that varies in intensity depending on the climate in which it is grown.
- The name is derived from the Greek, meaning "joy of the mountains".
Traditionally used in Italian, Spanish, Moroccan, and Mexican cuisines. It blends well with other spices such as rosemary
, onion, garlic
, and thyme and is a key component in Italian spice blend
Storage: Store in a cool, dry, dark place in a sealed container.
Egypt/ Peru/ Turkey
2oz or 4oz
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