Organic Provencal Herbs from Provence
Organic Provencal Herbs from Provence
Organic Provencal Herbs from Provence
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Organic Provencal Herbs from Provence
Organic Provencal Herbs from Provence
Organic Provencal Herbs from Provence

Organic Provencal Herbs from Provence

€6.54

Conditioning

There is a small corner of Provence where we have met authentic producers. They cultivate herbs and aromatics in organic farming as a family. We have found the ingredients of a rare quality to compose this new blend: Herbes de Provence of 100% Provence origin, of course.

Five herbs are found in the carton to offer you the traditional Herbes de Provence blend.

All the scents of Provence are captured in our pod, ready to deliver all its flavors.

  • Net weight : 11g
  • Label : Organic Agriculture
  • Composition : Organic savory, organic oregano, organic rosemary, organic tym, organic basil
  • Dimensions :
  • Recyclable box and cartons : Sorting paper / cardboard

History

Plant & perfume

All these plants clearly recall the fragrances of the south, of Provence. They smell of the sun and their essential oils develop particularly well in this terroir. For example, thyme from Provence is naturally rich in carvacrol (greater than 15%); this richness is particularly due to the terroir and Provençal climate.

Grown in the open field naturally, without any additional product or chemical treatment, our blend of organic herbs in pods is a real concentrate of Provence! All that's missing is the sun and the song of the cicadas, which we prefer not to put in a pod.

Organic Provencal Herbs from Provence Max Daumin - History
Organic Provencal Herbs from Provence Max Daumin - Benefits

Benefits

Cooking and Virtue

Herbes de Provence are a classic of French cuisine, they go well with a multitude of dishes. Inevitably they are made to be associated with the sun and grilling. They will lift them up wonderfully.

Herbes de Provence go very well with meats cooked in the oven or stewed, such as veal, lamb, pork or rabbit.

Finally the classics such as white fish en papillote, spreads, pizza or a tian of Provençal vegetables.

Origins

A long journey

Savory, Oregano, Thyme and Rosemary are all plants native to the Mediterranean region and Provence. They have long been part of the plants that were picked in the scrubland. Basil comes to us from elsewhere, it is from India. It appeared in the 15th century in Italy after traveling through the Middle East and the Mediterranean. It established itself in France at the beginning of the 16th century.

Our Herbes de Provence, on the other hand, have made a very short journey: from Provence to our premises in Ain. The majority of Provence herbs that we find do not come from Provence, they are imported from elsewhere. It seemed obvious and natural to us to select our Herbes de Provence in Provence.

But do you know where Herbes de Provence come from? The origin of Herbes de Provence

Organic Provencal Herbs from Provence Max Daumin - Origins

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