The evergreen, small shrub has always been appreciated and loved. While in ancient Rome and Greece the dark green herb was considered a lucky charm for marriage and a defence against evil spirits, nowadays it ends up in pots all over the world because of its seductive aroma. Its slightly tart, resinous aroma is perfect with light meats or vegetables of Mediterranean origin, such as tomatoes, courgettes, peppers and aubergines. Our tip: Jam with rosemary!
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- Recommended for
- Fish dishes
- *May contain traces of cereals containing gluten, mustard and celery For further Informations on Ingredients, Mandatory information according to LMIV, etc
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