Tarragon Leaves 100g
|A herb that grows to about 90 cm. It is dried and used as a vegetable seasoning.
Its distinct anise like flavour makes it popular in salads, pickles, seafood's and poultry dishes. Used to make a Béarnaise sauce and poured onto a steak or veal.
It is reputedly a breath freshener, inducer of sleep and beneficial to the heart.
Stimulates appetite and digestion.
Originally from Siberia and North Western America
Author "Alexander Dumas" of The three musketeers exclaimed that "there is no good vinegar without tarragon!".
The French word for Tarragon is "Estragon", which means "little dragon". The relation with the dragon comes from the belief that tarragon was an antidote to the venom of serpents.
Tarragon plants can only be propagated by root divisions or from cuttings.
Country of Origin!
Culpepers' Tarragon comes from Israel!