Lovage Bunched Herb

Lovage Bunched Herb

Buy fresh Lovage 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 Lovage herb is Levisticum Officinal. The name originates from the Italian region of Liguria in which the herb was originally grown.

Taste: This herb has a very strong aroma and flavour - only a few leaves are required to flavour a dish. And the taste of this herb is reminiscent of celery with some herbaceous nuances. Be careful as the herb is known to be stronger than celery so use it sparingly as a replacement.

Uses: This herb is also known as Maggi plant, and Smellage. Often, this herb is in use as a substitute for celery in a variety of recipes, such as soups or stews. Fresh, new leaves can be added to salads as a flavourful green before the flavour becomes too strong. Also, add fresh Lovage leaves to simple syrup for ‘celery soda’ or a lovage-infused sparkling beverage. All parts of the plant can be used. The leaves can be chopped up and added to any dish you would use celery in including salads, soups, stews, frittatas, egg salad, and potato salad.

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

Lovage Bunched Herb


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