Culinary Lavender

Description Our culinary lavender flowers are grown here in the USA and we produce one of the highest quality in the area. Lavender is the hot new ingredient. It has been used for years in European cooking and now Americans are discovering lavender’s wonderful taste profile. It enhances dishes from soups to desserts. Lemonade, crme brle, vanilla ice cream are just a few desserts that are raised another notch with the addition of lavender. Lavender’s taste profile has the intriguing appeal of a good wine’s bouquet.

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