Bay Leaf

Also known as bay laurel, it has notes of mint, black pepper, and pine.

Popular around the world, from India and Britain to Turkey and China.

Bay leaves are NOT for eating. Take a bite and you’ll soon discover they’re pungent, bitter, and not pleasant. BUT, when put into your dishes to infuse their flavors, delicious things start happening. Whether it’s a curry, a lamb casserole, a pot roast, or a seafood dish, the bay leaf brings levels of flavor that chefs around the globe have come to rely upon. Just make sure you remove them before serving up your creations.

With over 20 varieties of culinary herbs to choose from year-round, you’ll always have what you need to make every meal exquisite.