Complex, zesty and aromatic, this beautiful mixed herb blend is a variant of a lost recipe from a 13th-century medieval Arabian cookbook, with the literal translation meaning ‘bouquet’ or ‘bunch’ of herbs. Playing homage to the ancient trade of herbs, adding a little sprinkle will bring a fresh and luscious zing to savoury dishes like omelettes, baked beans on toast, pasta, soups and cheese toasties. Reaching for Bāqa will soon be like second nature. Typically if you like Za'Atar, you will like Baqa. However, the flavour alchemy is quite different.