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Lavender, 250 g

Lavender was widely used by the Romans and was brought to Provence in the 19th century. Ideal in infusions, ice creams, crème brûlée and cordials.


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Add a teaspoon of infused lavender to your cake mixture, crème brûlée, madeleine cakes, tagines, and marinades for a taste of Provence.

Its delicate and delicious flavours will bewitch the finest of gourmets. This Mediterranean aromatic herb gets its name from the latin “lavare” which means to wash. The Romans used lavender at the thermal baths to perfume the baths and their clothes.

Lavender is traditionally used in herbal teas, teas, hot toddies and decoctions and is also used for flavouring fruit jellies, home-made jam, fruit sorbets, stewed apple and chocolate desserts (mousses, cakes, and creams).

Add a sprig to fresh goat’s cheese, a summer salad or a slice of bread and honey. Use sparingly with poultry, pork and lamb.

Best used at the end of the cooking process so that the flowers don’t burn. This also preserves their delicate flavours.


Additional Information

Country France
Other names No
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Storage conditions Keep at room temperature in a dry place.
Allergen Allergen free
Ingredient Blue lavander
Use By date 3 years
Price/kg 95.00


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