French Tarragon smells warm and sweet, grassy with licorice and mint, with a vanilla-like embrace at the end. At first taste it is pleasantly bitter, not spicy or peppery but mellow, and it almost melts into deep licorice notes. Echoes of mint, anise, and dill flit around the top of the palate, and it finishes in savory, earthy warmth.
Tarragon is most popular in dressings, salads and soups. But works equally well with seafood, poultry, eggs and vegetables. Tarragons taste tends to fade, so it’s a spice best used toward the end of cooking.
Ingredients: French Tarragon.