Tea like aroma and a piney flavour < Superb Shop

Since its Mediterranean origins, the woody-citrus-like fragrance of Rosemary has graced gardens, kitchens and apothecaries throughout the world. A lovely herb with tags like “Dew of the Sea”, Rosemary is related to mint and resembles lavender, with leaves like flat pine needles touched with silver.

Rosemary is great for/ with roasts, potatoes, lamb shanks, stuffing, infusions and hearty slow cooked meals.



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In amounts typically used to flavour foods, such as one teaspoon (1 gram), Rosemary provides no nutritional value but the Rosemary extract has been shown to be a rich Omega 3 oil.

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