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People have been using Lavender in food preparation for years. It is said that Elizabeth I decreed the royal table should never be without lavender and so ordered her gardeners to make fresh lavender available year round.
Lavender has been cultivated in many locations for thousands of years, from the Mediterranean (it has been employed as an ancient folk remedy for many ailments) to South Africa, Bulgaria and even Croatia.
This is because Lavender has many health benefits:
Lavender contains high amounts of calcium, which boosts the strength of your bones.
Calories & Fat
Lavender as an ingredient is low in both calories and fat.
Lavender can increase your iron intake. Iron creates heamoglobins and without sufficient iron in your diet you can run the risk of developing anemia.
Lavender contains Vitamin A which promotes healthy skin and eyes.
Our Turkish Delight uses Lavender as an ingredient. Our 275G and 550G boxes feature the image of Kosem Sultan at the front and her life is described on the back of the box. The lives of the Sultans and their achievements have been summarized in the Sultan series of Turkish Delight.
The Lavender Turkish Delight is a new, exclusive flavour that we have added to our selection of Turkish Delight.
You’ll be delighted…
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