Mint Leaves: Flavor Profile
Who doesn’t love a good mint? It’s great for adding freshness and cool to your meals and helps make a good first impression for close encounters too.
This herby leaf is cooling and sweet. It’s a great topper for decadent desserts and it’s a key ingredient in some pork stews, Indian curries and chutneys.
Our gourmet mint leaves are kosher certified and farm-to-table fresh. They’re grown right here in Florida and reach our spice shop within 24 hours of being harvested. We hand strip each batch, dry the leaves in-house, and then package right away to seal in that fresh minty flavor you love.
- Burma Spice premium mint leaves are 100% kosher certified. We get fresh batches of mint within 24 hours of harvest, and hand strip in our spice shop before drying these flavorful leaves ourselves. We hand pack each batch for fresh flavor and aroma.
- Mint is used in a variety of cuisines, from Indian chutneys and curries to decadent European pesto and desserts. Mint makes a great tea for soothing the stomach and relieves indigestion. Dried mint leaves also make a tasty hummus or salad topper.
- Mint has a cooling effect on the tongue. It’s sweet and herby. That’s why it goes so well with savory and creamy, or vegetable dishes. Use it in soups and salads, creamy desserts, and casseroles. It can be sprinkled over fruit for added freshness.
- We hand package our locally grown farm-to-table dried mint leaves before sending to you for your yummiest home-cooked meals. You’ll taste the fresh difference! Test our customer satisfaction guarantee (or money back), and be prepared to fall in love.
Cooking with Mint Leaves
Mint leaves are widely used by home chefs everywhere to bring sweet herby coolness to a dish, or add that special pop of flavor that only mint can bring. Use it the next time you make a flavorful Thai chicken stir-fry, tasty pork chops, or quinoa salad.
Or try these delicious ideas:
Condiments: make a creamy pesto or aromatic chutney.
Soups: add to your next pork stew or homemade pho.
Desserts: mint can be added into the mix for a rich chocolate mousse. It makes the flavor of mint ice cream. Add over the top of fruit salad, or use it for making the best holiday chocolate mint bark.
Finishing Touches: sprinkle over hummus or yogurt.
Teas: you can also make a soothing tea with the freshest mint flavor. Mint is good for relieving the stomach and indigestion.
The next time you want minty anything at all, we hope you have a sweet batch of Burma Spice gourmet dried leaves in your cabinet. Add some to your cart today.