Rosemary - great on food, even better in soap!
Rosemary is a perennial herb, with evergreen needle-like leaves. Being reasonably hardy in cool climates, it grows well around Cornwall, a region on the North East Atlantic Coast.
Known for it's use as a flavouring in food, it is also common in folklore as a medicinal plant, is used as a symbol of remembrance, and for the importance of our soaps it is a wonderful fragrance used widely in perfumes.
This picture of a Rosemary plant was taken from the garden in Cornwall where we make our soaps ... and coming soon, you will also find the scent in our Atlantic Mist and Atlantic Botany soaps.