Latin Name: Lavandula angustifolia
Description: Has achieved mainstream popularity for its aroma; Not used in traditional southern French cooking until turn of the 20th century -- French lambs have long been encouraged to graze on Lavender as it makes their meat tender and fragrant; Strong anti-anxiety and antiseptic properties; Often used aromatically as a sleep aid
Tasting Notes: Sweet fragrance with lemon / citrus notes
Usage: Garnishes; Salads; Desserts; Pastas; Dressings; Teas; Flavors baked goods and desserts; Pairs especially well with chocolate; Used decoratively in dishes or spirits, or as a decorative and aromatic in a glass of champagne; Used in savory dishes; Gives stews and reduced sauces an aromatic flair; Flavored honey
Storage Instructions: Best when used within 7 days of procuring.