Flowering Hyssop Thyme - Burlap & Barrel Single Origin Spices
Flowering Hyssop Thyme
Flowering Hyssop Thyme - Burlap & Barrel Single Origin Spices

Flowering Hyssop Thyme

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Our flowering hyssop thyme is a very special herb, only grown in the Middle East, where it is the primary ingredient in the za'atar spice blend (sometimes spelled zaatar, za'tar or zatar), along with sumac and sesame seeds. It has an ancient history of culinary and medicinal usage, and has a beautiful floral, herbaceous flavor and aroma. Use it in place of regular thyme with roasted chicken, grilled vegetables, and tomato sauces.

  • Origin: Denizli, Turkey
  • Process: Sun-dried
  • Ingredients: 100% hyssop thyme (Thymus capitatus)
  • Tasting notes: Lavender • Wild Herbs • Pine


  • Add to stocks, soups, stews - especially your tomato sauces
  • Toss with vegetables, olive oil, salt, pepper, and chili flakes before cooking
  • Infuse into your butter and use it to baste your meats or veggies
  • Pairs well with: Cured Sumac, Wild Mountain Cumin, Smoked Pimentón Paprika
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Janice N.
United States United States
Wonderful, as usual!

Wonderful, as usual!

Nicole L.

Floral and deep in flavor. My soups and stews are even better than before!

N B.

I sent the spices to my daughter for Easter. I am incredibly impressed with the flavor of the spices. This is my second order and you are always prompt and excellent communications

Anne K.

Beautiful floral aroma and taste.

Vaiva W.

Very simply the spices smell and taste like spices - not dusty/musty old things. It is so wonderful to purchase something which tastes and flavors as the name indicates. On another note, the sources you guys are pursuing and supporting is so needed in this world which has been so commercialized and has turned tasteless for the most part. Good on you!!! Keep sourcing!!!!!