- Tasting Notes:
The leaves are sweetly aromatic, with hints of pine, anise, or liquorice; the flavour is strong yet subtle, with spicy anise and basil notes and a sweetish aftertaste.
- A syrup can be made from Tarragon, or just the herb can be muddled.
- Combines well with:
citrus fruits, chocolate, basil, tomato juice
Source: Humberto Marques