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Scientific name: Rosmarinus officinalis
Family: Labiates (Lamiaceae)

Rosemary is a typical Mediterranean plant that grows in coastal regions and is commonly found on the rocky slopes of Mediterranean areas. Its needle-like, leathery leaves are rich in essential oil, tannins, bitter substances, flavonoids and resins. Used as a ritual incense plant since ancient times, this intensely aromatic evergreen subshrub has been used as a culinary spice for centuries, thanks to its spicy and slightly bitter flavour.