peppermint was originally consumed for medicinal purposes, with archaeological evidence dating its use back almost ten thousand years. The ancient Greeks are thought to be the first to have cultivated the plant and even gave the herb its own legend in classic mythology.
Eventually peppermint became a commonly used ingredient in food and is now prevalent in Middle Eastern and Southeast Asian cuisine, as well as popular European and American desserts such as peppermint ice cream, candy canes and mint chocolates.
Sweet ideas: cookies, bark, candy canes, ice cream, tea, fruit salads, cakes, icings. Don't forget that peppermint is great with lamb, pork and poultry and some creative cocktails.
Each bottle contains 18 fl. oz.
Ingredients:alcohol (95%), peppermint oil.