In the kitchen, it sublimates desserts such as crème brûlée, ice cream, cakes, muffins and fruit salads. Added to classic spices, it enhances and perfectly accompanies poultry and game dishes and can replace rosemary in your recipes.
It will certainly brighten up flavored water, homemade lemonade or a glass of bubbles. You can also make a lavender syrup to add to a cocktail or on vanilla ice cream. Lavender is also used as an infusion for a calming herbal tea with antioxidant properties.
TIP : For a tasty and colorful dressing, stir in 1 tbsp. teaspoon dried lavender flowers to your favorite recipe.
Hand-picked in the heart of the Greek countryside.
Can be kept for several months in a dry place away from light.