Lamb tends to have an aggressive flavor—strong, grassy, even a little gamey—and that flavor varies, as it is stronger in grass-fed lamb than in lamb raised on a diet of grain. Grass feeding creates a special fatty acid that stores in the lamb’s fat, and the more pasturing a lamb has, the more pronounced the flavor of this branch-chain fatty acid. Seasoning a hearty meat like lamb requires ingredients that can stand up to the lamb’s inherent boldness. Though the grassy nature of lamb also allows a bit of herbaceous or floral flavors to be present, which gives this meat an unexpected lift. Choose one of our seasoning blends, or experiment with your favorite, lamb-friendly spices and herbs and enjoy lamb, your way.