Mint, whose Latin name is 'Mentha Piperita', is from the honeybabagiller family. Its homeland is the Mediterranean region, especially Anatolia and Egypt. It grows easily in natural conditions in almost every region of our country. There are 25-30 different types. It is a perennial herbaceous plant with purple-colored flowers, known for its strong scent. This plant, which is used both fresh and dried, has a special place in world cuisine. With its characteristic smell, it adds a distinctive flavor to almost all kinds of dishes, salads, soups, meats, pizzas, buns and pastries.