Thyme has a full flavour and a strong aromatic smell.
It is a commonly used herb with vegetables, roasted meat, game, poultry and fish.
Thyme is an evergreen perennial with woody stems and small, purplish-blue flowers. The leaves are small and fine. This variety of thyme is grown by Greek farmers in the region of Mount Olympus.
- Thyme is antiseptic, antifungal and antimicrobial.
- Is expectorant
- Has antioxidant properties.
Packaging of 15 gr in glass jar.
How to use? In the kitchen as a basic herb when cooking; or as a tea: 2 to 3 teaspoons in a teapot with almost boiling water, let pull for 6 minutes. Add honey and/or lemon to taste.
Storage tip: keep dry and dark