One of our most special shoots and used by chefs for its taste of citrus skin. It has beautiful green buds shaped like small palm trees. Use it to decorate your dishes with white fish, desserts and even cocktails will surprise you with its great tangerine flavor!.
LEMON THYME BUNCH (100 grs.)
This lemon thyme differs from the normal thyme by certain characteristics, such as its slightly more citric smell and its color, which has yellow tones and does not present pink or white flowers like the common thyme.
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TASTING: citrus flavor, lemon aroma.
PAIRING: rosemary, lamb, chicken, potatoes, olive oil, olive, anise, celery, hazelnut, peanut, cinnamon, cardamom, onion, coconut, cabbage, cumin, apple, turnip, orange, walnut, cucumber, parsley, beef.
UTILIZATION: lamb, game, sauces, desserts.
FORMAT: 100 gr.
INGREDIENTS: lemon thyme.
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: small branches with small lanceolate leaves.
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