The herb has been used for at least twenty centuries, although fresh marjoram was known primarily as a remedy for ailments back then.
Nowadays, this herb is mainly known in Mediterranean cuisine. Marjoram is instantly recognizable in many Provencal recipes, often paired with oregano.
The perfume is intense, almost like thyme; with a fresh, sweet, and salty flavour. Compared to oregano, marjoram has a slightly milder flavour.

STORAGE: Recommended between 2 and 4° C.