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Spice Route Marjoram - the herb of happiness
Marjorana hortensis

Marjoram grows in most climatic conditions and their leaves have a character similar to that of Thyme, rendering a slight bitterness and camphor like lingering flavour. Its flavour is similar to Oregano, but milder. The commonly used sweet Marjoram is the variety used most often in cooking.

MarjoramMarjoram grown in our farms is harvested when the plants are in full flower and when their vitality and flavour is at the peak. They are dried using a unique process to retain their pleasant aromatic odour and mild taste.

Marjoram complements most Italian dishes, pork, tomatoes, pastas and meat gravies. It is believed to be the symbol of happiness in ancient Roman and Egyptian cultures

 

 

 

 
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