Net Wt 0.3 oz
Ingredients Include: Lavender Flower
Native to the Mediterranean, lavender is an attractive, aromatic plant that is grown in herb gardens all over the world. The lavender most often grown for culinary use in cultivated in England and France. Lavender has a sweet, floral aroma with mint and citrus undertones. Its flavor is quite intense and can easily overpower a dish, so use sparingly.
Lavender has many other household applications. The English word “lavender” actually comes from the Latin lavare, meaning “to wash,” and consequently, lavender is often included in many bath products. Lavender is also included in potpourri mixes and sachets. When selecting lavender for culinary use, it is important to purchase the herb from a spice or specialty food store, as the lavender sold by florists or other retailers not specializing in foods may contain other oils, perfumes or non-edible ingredients added to enhance aroma.