The woody stem and tougher leaves of our fresh-cut hard herbs mean they provide a stronger, more resilient flavour.
Let them simmer away in your meal and fill your kitchen and home with their delectable aroma.
The strong oily flavours of these woody herbs mean they usually cannot be served raw and are generally removed from the dish once it is cooked. These perennial herbs bring a lot of flavour to your table. Why not try them out in your food and beverages?
Thyme is a member of the mint family and is just as strong in flavour. It can infuse dishes and beverages with its pungent aroma, taking your stews, stuffing, marinade and even omelettes to another level of deliciousness.
Sage is one of the most-used British herbs, even though its origins are from the Mediterranean. Another versatile herb, it can lend its delectable flavours to all kinds of foods and drinks.
Rosemary is a strong sturdy herb with the flavour to match. This versatile fresh-cut hard herb works well with so many food and drink recipes that you can use it in virtually anything, including roasts, stews, cocktails and ice creams.
Lime leaves provide a zesty citrus flavour to cooked dishes. These aromatic leaves are used as a substitute as well as ingredients on their own rights.
Fresh-cut lemongrass looks like a spring onion, but has a burst of fresh citrus flavour. This stiff grass is extensively used in Southeast-Asian food and drinks for its mild lemony aroma.
Curry leaves come from a tree that belongs to the citrus family and you can smell those lemony notes in its flavour profile. It is most popularly used in South Indian and Southeast Asian cuisines, so if you like your curries, you would definitely need these.
Bay is a relative of laurel and has a beautifully floral aroma that infuses into the dish as it cooks. Used as the whole dried leaf as well as powder, this subtle herb is a world-wide favourite to add depth of flavour.
The lemon thyme plant looks like thyme, but the leaves have a citrus flavour. This makes them ideal as a substitute for lemon zest or lemon juice in recipes including soups, stews, biscuits, syrups, vinegars and ice creams!
Need a softer, more delicate flavour? Check out our soft herbs.
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