• Bay Laurel

    Bay Laurel

    LAURUS NOBILIS
    Leader of the Lamiacea family, this tree, that produces odorant leaves, comes from minor Asia. Widespread in the Mediterranean region, it grows in sunny and fertile places.
  • Cardamom

    Cardamom

    ELETTARIA CARDAMOMUM
    With origins from the Coast of Malabar in India, this herbaceous plant with rhizomes belongs, as ginger, to the Zingiberaceae family.
  • Ginger

    Ginger

    ZINGIBER
    Perennial plant native to Asia, with red dotted white flowers. The word ginger comes from the Sanskrit "singabera" which means "horn-shaped".
  • Rosemary

    Rosemary

    ROSMARINUS
    Sometimes known as the crown herb or grass of the troubadours, rosemary is a lovely wild and dense aromatic shrub that grows on the dry limestone hills of the Mediterranean Basin.
  • Spearmint

    Spearmint

    MENTHA SPICATA
    From the Lamiacea family, this perennial plant can reach one meter and essentially grows in sunny and rich lands.
  • Tea plant

    Tea plant

    CAMELLIA SINENSIS
    Harvested for its strongly aromatic leaves, black tea is known for its stimulating virtues. The leaves are oxidized and turned into ‘black tea’, a process invented by the British in the XIX century.
  • Thyme

    Thyme

    THYMUS
    Thyme belongs to the Lamiaceae family. This small perennial shrub with erect and branching stems is particularly fragrant. It originated in the Mediterranean Basin and is now grown in gardens or open fields, as a flavoring or medicinal plant.