Their herbs are organically grown and are simply washed, chopped, blended and packed into tubes to maintain all of their fresh taste and nutrition. Simply keep the tubes in the fridge for a convenient way to add fresh flavour to your meals. They keep their strength of flavour for months, making them both economical and convenient.
The tubes are available in most supermarkets, retailing at around £1.70 a tube.
They come in many varieties, including Basil, Hot Chilli, Chives, Garlic, Chunky Garlic, Lemon Grass, Italian Herbs, Parsley, Coriander and Ginger.
They are also available in a new blends range, which includes Mediterranean, Moroccan and Thai.
I haven't yet had a chance to try all of the varieties, but so far my favourites are Ginger, Lemongrass and Garlic.
Last night for tea, I used the Ginger and Lemongrass varieties to make a sauce for chicken and it was delicious.
And during the week, I added the Garlic to a home made pasta bake, which everyone agreed tasted very good.
Overall I love these little tubes of flavour, and I will certainly experiment with adding them to dishes, and I will also try some of the gorgeous sounding recipes on Gourmet Gardens website.
So if you see these little beauties in your local supermarket, give them a go, you won't be dissapointed.