HUACATAY LEAF (30 UND.)

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The first thing that comes to us is the power of its aroma; then, already in the mouth, a fresh flavor invades us. A memory is then activated in the head, the sensation of something that is already known but is not. After investigating a moment between learned tastes, we find the answer. That memory evoked by huacatay is almost always described as "a mixture of basil, mint, lemon and tarragon".

 

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TASTING: a mixture of basil, mint, lemon and tarragon

PAIRING: avocado, lemon, lime, mango, orange, pineapple, watermelon, white fish, seafood, sushi, vanilla, chocolate, garlic, parsley, potato, peanut, chilli, cumin, lamb, chicken, ceviche, beef.

UTILIZATION: desserts, Peruvian dishes, fish, meat, preparation of sauces.

FORMAT: 30 und.

ORIGIN: Germinate.

INGREDIENTS: huacatay leaf.

CONSERVATION: between 4ºC and 6ºC. Excess moisture can shorten the life of the product. Product washed and ready to consume.

SHIPPING METHOD: cold transport.

ALLERGENS: May contain traces of mustard.

CONSUMPTION DATE: 10 days.

TEMPORALITY: available all year.

COLOR AND SHAPE: dark green serrated blade.

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DELIVERY OF ORDERS.

Orders with refrigerated products.

· Orders placed (before 11:00 hrs.) From Monday to Thursday will leave the same day and will be delivered the next day before 13:30 hrs.

· Orders placed Thursday (after 11:00 hrs.), Friday, Saturday and Sunday will leave Germinarte on Monday afternoon.

Orders with NOT refrigerated products.

Orders with products that do not require cold transport will be delivered in 24-48 hrs. and they will go out from Monday to Friday.

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HUACATAY LEAF (30 UND.)

The first thing that comes to us is the power of its aroma; then, already in the mouth, a fresh flavor invades us. A memory is then activated in the head, the sensation of something that is already known but is not. After investigating a moment between learned tastes, we find the answer. That memory evoked by huacatay is almost always described as "a mixture of basil, mint, lemon and tarragon".

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