Menthol, slightly sage-like taste, with a similar warm & pungent aroma.

Small, round, silver-green leaves. Citrus & pepper notes.

Native to the Mediterranean & Southern Europe.

Adds Wonderful Flavour to

  • Meet
  • Lamb
  • Fish
  • Aubergines
  • Garlic
  • Tomatoes
  • Eggs
  • Potatoes
  • Lima beans
  • Olives
Fresh thyme herb seasoning

Keeps you Healthy & Fresh

  • 1. Maintain a healthy vascular system (Vitamin K)

  • 2. Soften coughs (Vitamin C)

  • 3. Antiseptic & anti-fungal properties (Iron)

  • 4. Highest antioxidant levels (Vitamin B6)

  • 5. Helps with acne (Manganese)

Thyme Top Tips for Winter

Beautiful Thyme flowers are edible, and can be used as a garnish for both sweet and savoury dishes!

Sprinkle thyme leaves over tomato halves with a little sea salt, sugar and olive oil then slowly dry in the oven at 100ºC for 2 hours. This makes a great accompaniment to white fish and salad.

Why not tie a bundle of thyme as you let simmer with and then take out of your soup or stew before serving?