Mexican Tarragon has the strong flavor you expect from tarragon, with unexpected notes of anise and licorice on the finish. This herb produces a bright yellow flower with a sweet anise flavor and aroma. It pairs well with chicken and fish and can be used as a substitute for French tarragon.
Flavor ideas and pairings:
basil, cardamom, nutmeg, rosemary, amanatsu, gin, cilantro, sage, Vitex, cinnamon, grains of selim, bay, monterey cypress, tarragon, grapefruit, parsley, blackcurrant, cranberry, grapefruit peel, mandarin, carrot, juniper berry, thyme, lime, yuzu, rue, yarrow flower, african pear, black cardamom, caraway seed, chanterelle mushroom, galangal, lemon verbena, lemongrass, carrot seed, myrtle berry, European Recipes: