Euphrates Mint
Euphrates Mint
Euphrates Mint
Euphrates Mint

Euphrates Mint

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Our Euphrates Mint grows along the banks of the Euphrates River in southern Turkey, one of the oldest agricultural areas in the world. We first came across this mint while visiting Silk Chili and Black Urfa Chili farms in the area, and were blown away by its sweetness, brightness and intensity. Crumble dried mint leaves into salads, grain dishes and tomato sauces or simply infuse in hot water for a fragrant mint tea.

  • Origin: Gaziantep, Turkey
  • Process: Air-dried
  • Ingredients: 100% dried mint leaves (Mentha piperita)
  • Tasting notes: Peppermint • Lavender • Fresh-cut grass


  • Makes a beautiful mint tea
  • Add to pesto, chutneys, or curries
  • Great in meat rubs for chicken and lamb
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Jeremy B.
United States United States
So minty!

It smells and tastes so sweet and strong— have been adding it to everything, and makes a great tea.  Nothing like the store-bought types.

Jennifer P.
United States United States
Euphrates Mint

Love it, I have never really used dried Mint and I’ve been adding in different dishes. It as a vibrant and distinctive flavor….put it on home made warm humus and it was wonderful.

United States United States
One of a kind

Do not change anything about your products!

Emily S.
United States United States
I’m in ❤️❤️❤️

There is boundless flavor in the spices I purchased...a whopping 8 the first time, and awaiting the second order. Thank you, BB, for traveling the world in support of small farmers and cooperatives. emily

Mark L.

Love it. Added to a left-over chicken stir fry. The scent is great. Will have to make tea with it.