Wild Greek Thyme Flowers 14g
Strong, floral and herbaceous, this thyme is best friends with lemon, garlic and olive oil, a combination capable of taking plain roasted potatoes to another level.
When in blossom, Τhyme grows in a woody purple shrub. Harvesters cut and sort the flower buds one by one, following an industrious process that allows the preservation of the aromas of the herb for longer. The most advanced tool to ever touch these thyme flowers is a pair of scissors.
Ideal for brining chicken, marinating lamb and pickling vegetables. You can also crumble a couple of thyme blossoms in your herbal infusions: they get along well with peppermint and they have digestive, antiseptic and antioxidant properties.