Scented geranium, or, pelargonium, have a wide range of flavor & scent; rose, apple, coconut and peppermint,to name a few.
Originally from South Africa, they came to Europe in the 1600s. They were popular in the US in colonial times.
This, from an excellent basic herbal;-Rodale’s Encyclopedia of Herbs-
"You can use the leaves of rose geraniums to flavor tea biscuits, jelly, and even sugar…“Build up alternating layers of sugar and petals in a mason jar, and place the jar where it will catch the sun for about two weeks. By that time, the leaves will have contributed their essence to the sugar and can be sifted out’
Peppermint and rose geraniums can be added to teas. A couple of rose geranium leaves will add a distinguised scent to that bland standard, apple jelly.”
My experience with this plant is that it’s wonderful to grow. Especially just to pass by and rub the leaves for their beautiful scent. I’d say the rose & nutmeg are the most intoxicating. I’ve never seen them offered in a dried form, so get a couple of plants. They’re pretty, too, well worthwhile!