Lemon Balm Bunched Herb

Lemon Balm Bunched Herb

Buy fresh Lemon Balm bunched herbs from our farm in Norfolk. Let your ideas become your favourite creations and tag us in your images so we know you have stopped by. Did you know? The Latin name for Lemon Balm Herb is Melissa Officinalis. 

Taste: When simply touched, pressed or bruised they releases an intense lemon fragrance. Fresh leaves reveal a sweet lemon zest taste with a hint of mint, and a subtle sweet undertone. Dried Lemon Balm similarly holds all these flavours.

Uses: Commonly used to infused oils, teas, syrups and sauces. It may be prepared fresh, or dried and crushed for rubs and dry seasoning. Pair the strong flavour with more mild tastes such as seafood, honey, citrus, summer squash and cucumber. Known to be particularly good flavouring in cordials. If chopped and added to salad and sprinkled on salads it gives a brilliant lemony zest. Also, it works as a substitute for lemon peel in sauces and soup recipes. Our favourite is adding this herb to sugar cookies to produce a beautiful lemony biscuit. Alternatively use this herb to make a homemade lemon balm vinegar by combining it with apple cider vinegar. Although it's most common use is in herbal teas.

Health Benefits: -

No allergens recognised
Country Of Origin
United Kingdom, Israel, South Africa
Seasonal Availability
Year Round
Shelf Life
5 Days
Keep at Room Tempurature
50g Bunched, 100g Bunched

Lemon Balm Bunched Herb


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