LABEL ROUGE HERBES DE PROVENCE ORIGINE FRANCE PROVENCE
The Les Aromates de Provence producers and pickers are all located in the Provence Alpes and Côtes d’Azur region and in the Drôme Provençale region. They grow aromatic plants with unique flavours under the Provence sun. These plants are rich in essential oil, giving them authentic taste and aromas. The Red Label specifications guarantee that the blend you buy has been manufactured from carefully selected plants and processed following a very precise process. The Red Label also guarantees superior organoleptic quality.
By selecting the varieties grown, production methods, processing and drying techniques, the collective action that led to creating the specifications for Herbes de Provence Red Label blend has seen its efforts rewarded: thyme, rosemary, oregano and winter savory (composition of the Herbes de Provence Red Label blend) are grown on their preferred soils: land suited to this production, yielding plants with exceptional aromas.
SPECIES: Winter savory (Satureja montana), Oregano (Origanum vulgare), Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), Thyme (Thymus vulgaris). COLOURS: mixture of olive green to dark green
The recipe for this Herbes de Provence blend is based on the Red Label specifications. The blend is tested at all preparation stages.
Our real Herbes de Provence Red Label have certified characteristics, superior to the market standard: Guaranteed flavour and aroma, plants selected and tested.
DEFENCE AND MANAGEMENT BODY: AIHP (Association Interprofessionnelle pour les Herbes de Provence = Herbes de Provence Business Association)
Les Quintrands – Route de Volx – 04 100 MANOSQUE, FRANCE
11 Villa Thoréton, 75015 Paris, France
These flavours from Provence will be a wonderful accompaniment to all your grilled dishes, vegetables, pasta, gratin toppings. The aromatic palette of Provençal herbs goes perfectly with a southern cuisine.
OTHER IDEAS FOR USE:
Use for your sauces
Ideal for Provençal tomatoes, grills, salads, vegetable bakes, etc.
To spice up stuffings or stewed meats