Oregano Oreganum vulgare is a very close cousin of marjoram, in comparison, oregano has a stronger and spicier flavour. It is most commonly used in a wide variety of Italian dishes. It complements the flavour of garlic and is often used in salad dressings.
Combines well with basil, bay leaves, chilli, cumin, garlic, paprika, parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme...are you going to Scarborough fair?
About the brand: Gourmet Organic Herbs supply a range of certified organic herbs, grown in optimum conditions by local farmers practising sustainable agriculture. They are then dried as whole herbs to capture the volatile oils that deliver intensity of flavour, with a difference you can smell and taste!