Thai Basil

An aroma similar to cloves and a subtle liquorice taste.

It’s no surprise to learn that Thai basil is a common ingredient in Thai dishes.

Of the three main types of basil used in Thai cuisine, Thai basil can withstand long cooking times without compromising any flavor. You’ll also be quite taken with the fragrant and fresh aroma when you cut or tear it. Often used in curries and noodle dishes, its slight liquorice taste adds depth without overpowering the other ingredients. And if you’re looking for healthy additions, Thai basil is high in vitamins K and A, which are great for strong bones, healthy teeth and great skin.

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