Widely used in French cuisine, chervil carries a subtle yet distinctive flavour somewhat similar to regular parsley, with a gentle aniseed warmth. When using it in hot cooking, add chervil very late on, to protect its delicate flavour. Chervil butter, chervil-based soups and salad dressings are all must-try tongue pleasers which use this superb herb. Chervil is also commonly used to make medicine. Chervil is used for fluid retention, cough, digestion problems, and high blood pressure
To stock up on chervil, visit our zero-waste shop with a container to refill your chervil. Alternatively, order online and we will send the it to you in environmentally friendly, plastic-free packaging. Once you have your chervil at home, make sure to store them inside an airtight container in a cool, dry and dark place.
Packed on premises that handle nuts (including peanuts), seeds, cereals, soya & products containing gluten.
Store in a cool dry place away from sunlight.