Bouquet Garni ~ Three Pack
This classic blend, of peppercorns, French herbs, orange peel and leek, is cleverly packaged in three over-sized tea bags, so they can be added directly to savory soups and stews. Just toss one or two bags in your pot! Enjoy the scent and savor the taste! Each bag approx 1-1/2 T. Hand blended in small batches with: peppercorns, thyme, marjoram, parsley, tarragon, orange peel, leek, and bay leaf.
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