As another small step towards avoiding waste, we've removed the elastic bands from our Ocado herbs. So although the leaves and stalks might not look as neat and tidy as before, they will still taste just as good.
Mint is probably one of the most commonly loved herbs thanks to its versatility of use in many of your favourite dishes or drinks. Wash the leaves and sprinkle into salads, fresh fruit, pasta, salsa and marinades, meat and vegetable dishes.
You can also enjoy the leaves in mint tea, added to water in an ice cube tray to pep up your soft drinks or cocktails, or dip into melted, dark chocolate and serve alongside a delicious dessert.
Try adding freshly crushed mint leaves to butter and freezing in small portions. These can be used as a delicious addition to cooking fish or potatoes once defrosted.
Country of Origin
Country may vary between Italy, Kenya, Morocco, Portugal, Spain and The UK.
Suitable for vegetarians
Product life guaranteed for 3 days excluding delivery day.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (177)
Must admit the mint got used same day as delivered, i was surprised at the freshness and lovely aroma which greeted me as i opened. Have ordered again.
Full of white fly
Sadly the title says it all.
I must have got a good batch!
Surprisingly good value , packet stuffed full of fresh mint leaves , a lot of them , making pea soup soon so will be perfect for that and had with my fish soup tonight ( recovering from tooth extraction , so soup is the order of the day , but with fresh herbs in it it really does cheer me up!! SO glad I got a GOOD batch as my first experience with this mint :-)
Mouldy upon arrival every time
Mouldy upon arrival every time - avoid
Badly hacked up pieces, stalks and dirt
Leaving out the rubber band is fine but why hack the herbs into random tiny pieces. You damage the leaves, give us lots of "just stalk" pieces and now we have to wash this mess of pieces as it's covered in dirt.
why cut so short?
I genuinely dont understand the thinking behind this. Short, stubby pieces of mint leaf on stalks. Fiddly to get off the stalk, spoils much faster than the long stalks and really unpleasant to use. Why???