A wild plant from northern Quebec.
Yarrow has an aroma reminiscent of chamomile and thyme, with lightly camphorous floral notes. It has long been known for its innumerable medicinal properties, and is often served as an herbal tea. In cooking, it can be used just like any herb, in soups, sauces and with poultry. Our yarrow grows in Quebec’s boreal forest: it’s gathered and dried with care not far from Girardville, in the northern part of the Lac Saint-Jean region.
This spice is part of our foraged boreal spice collection (épices boréales).