- Slight apple scent and mildly fruity flavour
- Less minty compared to other culinary mints
- Cocktails, fruit salads, scented water, tea, sorbets, chutney, dressings.
- Hardy and easy to grow in either shade or sun.
- Can be kept it in a pot or groundcover, cut back.
I wrote a blog entry about all the mint varieties and cultivars available in Australia: https://mountainherbs.net/blogs/news/sorting-out-mint-names-species-hybrids-and-cultivars
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