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Grown in Texas, these naturally caffeine-free verbena leaves produce a beautiful golden yellow beverage with the flavor of sweetened lemon. Its lingering finish is both satisfying and refreshing. In France, lemon verbena is known as Verveine.
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1.5-2.0 heaping tsp per 8 oz of water, 195°F, 5-8 min
- This herbal infusion is served at Bullion, a top-tier French restaurant in downtown Dallas. The chef de cuisine is Bruno Davillon.
- This soothing herbal infusion is grown in Gainsville, Texas.
- A much more popular herbal infusion in Europe, verbena is gaining attention in the U.S. as a culinary ingredient
- Serve this caffeine-free herbal infusion hot or iced with a twist of lemon
Verbena, long popular in Europe as an herbal tea, is also the key ingredient of verveine, a famous green liquor from Le Puy-en-Velay in France
- Spinach quiche
- Buttered toast with marmalade or lemon curd
- Fresh green salad
- Lightly prepared chicken or fish
- Spinach soufflé
- Cream-based desserts
Texas Verbena: 100%