Thyme Vulgaris Orange
Thymus vulgaris Orange Orange
In regions where thyme occurs frequently in the wild, numerous natural crosses and chemotypes arise. The result is an almost endless palette of possible odors. For example, there are people who specially travel to Mediterranean regions looking for new (thyme) scents.
Orange thyme goes well in the following dishes:
Game, crepe suzette, egg dishes, barbecue, pizza and Mediterranean cuisine.
Orange thyme grows a bit loose and wild. You will have to accept this or choose a different type of thyme.
Care: sunny and dry place
Use: leaf, flower bud and flower both fresh and dried.