UseThyme is ideal for flavouring first and second courses, especially meat and fish. It is also suitable for the preparation of aromatic oils and vinegars.
Organic thyme leaves.
It may contain traces of: soy, sesame and celery.
Did you know...
It is a shrubby plant that has been part of the Earth's botanical heritage for at least 5,000 years. Its botanical name is thymus vulgaris and it grows wild in Provence, which is also considered to be its territory of origin. The Greeks used it as incense and considered thyme pollen to be the sweetest of all honeys, while the Romans put it in their baths.