Sweet and a little peppery, summer savory's taste is similar to a combination of marjoram and thyme. A popular garden and pot-herb, it's best known for how deliciously it goes with beans. Slightly milder than winter savory, summer savory is still a bit strong until cooked (then the flavor softens quite a bit). It's best used toward the end of cooking because it loses flavor with heat.
Savory Leaf - Summer