Lemon thyme, as the name suggests, is a lemon-scented herb. It can be used as an aromatic garnish or a fragrant spice that imparts a slight tangy flavour of lemon and thyme to your savoury dishes. It can also be used like regular thyme, and blends well in most types of meat, fish and vegetable preparations. You could also use this scented herb in desserts with baked or marinated fruits.
This is culinary royalty. The third most expensive spice in the world by weight after vanilla and saffron, Cardamom’s influence stretches from the curries of India to the bakeries of Scandinavia, not to mention in world famous gin distilleries and tea houses. Mill & Mortar sources its whole Organic Green Cardamom from the rainforests of Sri Lanka, where the villagers of Pilimathalawa have to get to the pods before the monkeys and boar eat them, or before the leeches, mosquitoes and other insects eat the pickers themselves. Picked while tender and green, the pods have a taste like nothing else,
Mermaid’s Bite has won the first place in the “Best Grill Spice” category at The Danish BBQ Championship.
Mermaid’s Bite has a fresh and sublime flavour that marries well with fish, grilled vegetables or light meat. This blend has notes of mint and citrus on a base of green fennel, coriander and three kinds of seaweed. The “bite” comes from a touch of chili. Can also be used to enhance fish-fingers, fish cutlets, soups and breads.
Marjoram is known for its mild avour with notes of citrus and sweet pine, and it adds depth to any tomato-based dish. It is also ideal for use in pasta dishes, atop pizza, in veggie balls and meatballs and for seasoning vegetables, soups, sh or beans.