hist-brewing: Licorice

JazzboBob at aol.com JazzboBob at aol.com
Sat May 6 08:25:51 PDT 2000

I have a perennial herb growing in my garden that is called ANISE-HYSSOP or 
LICORICE MINT. Official name is Agastache foeniculum.  It's not real 
licorice, but has a beautiful licorice like aroma and flavor with a bit of a 
minty and lemony underlying scent.  It's easy to grow.  I've often added a 
bit to my porters at the end of the boil to add some pleasant aromas.  It 
makes a delicious tea.  And I use it in my homemade rootbeer.
Bob Grossman

In a message dated 5/6/00 7:42:21 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
owner-hist-brewing-digest at rt.com writes:
 Licorice [Glycyrrhiza glabra] -- The most common variety from southern 
 and southwest Asia and the primary source for commercial licorice. >>

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