Bio products are available at 106 Display Hall at Mandouki, new Port. Call 26610 47106.
Faskomilo (wild tea)
and some other herbs on request.
Read about myrtle here:
Latin Name: Myrtus communis
Extraction: Steam Distillation
AROMA: Fresh, slightly sweet and penetrating
This large bush or small tree, is a native of North Africa, but grows freely all around the Mediterranean and as a cultivated garden plant throughout most of Europe. In France it is sometimes called poivrier corse' (Corsican pepper).
Culinary: Add myrtle leaves and berries to soups and stews.Myrtle leaves can also be added to pork for the final ten minutes of roasting, or to lamb when barbecuing.They have a spicy flavour.
In rural areas of Italy and Sardinia, cooking is flavoured with the smoke of burning myrtle wood. Add myrtle leaves to the glowing coals of a barbecue to obtain a similar effect.
After drying, the berries can be ground and used like juniper as a spice for game and venison.
To get those herbs,
Contact 106 Display Hall at 2661047106.