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The Edible Flower

Never had the chance to taste dried Lavender before? Not sure what to expect? Let us help you out so you don’t miss out on the most amazing culinary adventure yet.

The taste of lavender is surprisingly different from its typical hype of being a calming, relaxing scent. The tiny purple flowers of the lavender plant lend our cheese a unique spicy kick. At first bite, lavender tastes exactly as it smells: a little bit like evergreen, mint, rosemary, and flowers… spicy flowers. Lavender gives off a delicate peppery taste which lends itself very well to the other herbs in Melkbus Lavender cheese.

Pair this cheese with raw blueberries, honeycomb, or creamed honey for a sweet and savory appetizer.

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