Korean Mint - Agastache rugosa

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Korean Mint

Agastache rugosa

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Licorice mint is a name for 2 mints from the same genus. A. rugosa also goes by the name Korean mint, superior licorice mint and sometimes confused with the other species, Agastache foeniculum, anise hyssop. This perennial herb produces lots of very fragrant foliage used mostly for flavoring beverages, oils and vinegars. Also used in baking and ice cream, this versatile herb might even be used fresh in your next salad.

Botanical Name: Agastache rugosa

Origin: Taiwan, Taidong

Ingredients: Korean Mint

Est. Shelf Life: 1 Year

Production: Grown on a polyculture farm without spray. Hand harvested and machine dried.

Availability: Year-round

Natural Ingredients | No Additives | No Fillers

Plant Based | Non-GMO | Vegan Friendly

How to Use Korean Mint

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Regional Cuisines:

Dry - Keep herbs & spices in a dry location

Cool - Avoid storing herbs & spices in high temps

Dark - Avoid exposure to the sun and strong UV

Sealed - Keep herbs & spices sealed

Packaging Type Net Weight Gross Weight Package Volume Dimensions
Small Glass Jar grams ± 125 grams ± 130 ml 7.6 x 5.3 x 5.3cm
1kg Bag 1,000 grams ± 1,050 grams ±
5kg Bag 5,000 grams ± 5,050 grams ±