Lemon Grass, Thai Basil
Kaffir Lime Leaves
Nose Thai Basil, Citrus
Mid-Palate Dry Lemon, Zesty
Finish Hint of Kaffir Lime
Pairs Well With
White Water Rafting the Mae Taeng River in Thailand.
Laying down in the Mughal Garden at the Taj Mahal on a moonlit night.
Hanging with friends at a kick volleyball tournament in Southeast Asia.
By the Way
Lemongrass is a tropical perennial plant which yields aromatic oil. The name lemongrass is derived from the typical lemon-like odor of the essential oil present in the shoot.
It is said you can bruise the leaves and inhale its aroma to relieve stress.
Kaffir lime leaves are used in Thai, Lao and Cambodian cuisine in soups, curry pastes and stir fries.