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    Thyme or lemon thyme. Does it have a really strong lemon scent? If so, lemon thyme, if not then regular thyme.

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    I was going to say lemon thyme too.

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    Thanks ladies! Almost certain it is lemon thyme now as it's very similar to thyme but smells a bit stronger

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    Looks like thyme for sure and with your description of taste I would go with lemon thyme as has previously been mentioned.

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