lemon myrtleBackhousia citriodora
Net volumes and weights: 50ml / 33g / 1.16oz
These are the leaves of a tree, from the Myrtaceae family, which grows in the rainforests of Australia and Tasmania. Australian Aborigines use it as an invigorating drink, but also in their cuisine for its exceptional aromas.
Its pronounced lemon notes naturally direct it towards seafood, shellfish, crustaceans, fish, but you can also use it on white meats and poultry. It will flavor your soups, broths, marinades and dressings. It also has its place in desserts: fruit salads, ice creams, sorbets, ganache, chocolate fondue.