The well known herb, Marjoram, has a warm and slightly bitter flavour that is both sweet and woodsy. Use Marjoram in soups, egg dishes, in meat and poultry dishes, in quiches, frittatas, pizzas and pasta; with the flavour working really well with tomatoes.
Marjoram partners with citrusy aromatics - add it to your herb collection, it is a kitchen essential.
Ingredients Dried Marjoram (Origanum majorana syn). Produced in the Egypt, hand packed in Devon, UK.
Allergy Advice Cannot guarantee free of allergens
Storage Keep until flavour or aroma diminishes; up to 2 years in the right conditions (cool, dark, away from strong flavours/odours and in an airtight container).
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