a pinch or pack of perfect spices...

The Gumbos and Jambalayas, blackened grey-fish and grilled meats of the Cajun and Creole cooks of Louisiana are all flavoured with this spicy mix. Ingredients: Paprika, pepper, fennel, cumin, mustard, cayenne pepper, thyme, oregano, garlic and onions.

This French Caribbean curry mix originated from Guadeloupe, and has little to do with curry blends from India. Very similar to Sri Lankan curry powder, it’s a versatile way to enhance many dishes that need flavor and heat.

Our version of a traditional chili powder but better! Made with freshly ground cumin, Mexican oregano and New Mexico, pulla and/or guajillo chiles.

There’s a place in Morocco on the beach, and every summer, they are blending various spices to go with the different fishes. This is our blend that will bring you there. Greatest to soak the fish, fry and then indulge…

This fiery recipe from Ethiopia and Eritrea is a complex blend of spices and is used in stews (called wats) of meat, vegetable or lentils, and also to coat foods to be fried or grilled. Key spices used are chillies, ginger and cloves, Cumin, allspice, cinnamon, fenugreek and ajowan…among others

Saigon cinnamon is an extraordinarily intense and flavorful cinnamon, with a whopping 5% essential oil content (as opposed to most other cinnamons which have about 2.5% oil content). It packs a full punch of cinnamon intensity, and features well in dishes where cinnamon is key, such as in desserts, cinnamon rolls, etc.

It takes 75,000 blossoms or 225,000 hand-picked stigmas to make a single pound of saffron, which explains why it is the world’s most expensive spice. Find its delicate flavor in puddings, ice cream, festive breads and cookies, fragrant rice pilafs, paellas, and risottos. One or two strands are a delight in green tea or hot milk.

ALL AMOUNTS OF SAFFRON ARE SOLD IN GRAMS AND NOT OUNCES.
$15 /  1/2  GRAMM

Medicinal: Calming and mood boosting, and has been studied as an herbal anti-depressant. Also helps hormone issues like menopause and PMS. Use in tiny quantities.

It takes 75,000 blossoms or 225,000 hand-picked stigmas to make a single pound of saffron, which explains why it is the world’s most expensive spice. Find its delicate flavor in puddings, ice cream, festive breads and cookies, fragrant rice pilafs, paellas, and risottos. One or two strands are a delight in green tea or hot milk.

ALL AMOUNTS OF SAFFRON ARE SOLD IN GRAMS AND NOT OUNCES.
$34.99 / 1 GRAM

Medicinal: Calming and mood boosting, and has been studied as an herbal anti-depressant. Also helps hormone issues like menopause and PMS. Use in tiny quantities.

Tomato sauces call out for a dash of this intense dried form of the common herb. Egypt produces an intensely flavored basil with hints of an anise flavor and a mild sweetness. Its aroma is released fully in cooked dishes, but it is also delicate and overcooking will dissipate it.

In Syria, a spice mixture called Zahtar is a
popular condiment and used to season fried and
barbecued meats. It combines the nutty taste of
sesame with sumac and dried thyme. Similar
mixtures are reported from Lebanon and Jordan. Zahtar
is often mixed with olive oil and spread on pita bread.

With a fruity, tangy taste, Tangerine Sugar will add a freshly-peeled citrus burst to salads, drinks and desserts. A simply refreshing treat, used in any dish that needs a splash of grove-grown flavor.

Dried White Chinese Ju Hua Blossoms / Chrysanthemum morifolium / Sweet-herbal Infusion / Beautiful white flowers with a herbal-sweet flavor and many healthy benefits.
Usually combined with Black & Green Tea leaves, the edible flower Ju Hua is used for liver and vascular balancing, coughs, as a good sedative, for dizziness, cleansing, detox etc. High in antioxidants.
A touch of herb and licorice on the palate. Blend also with your favorite herbs & teas.

After Dinner or bedtime beverage / This Wild or German Chamomile with its active ingredient chamazulene makes a great tasting ‘After Dinner Tea’. It is also used for its calming effect, in healthy skin cosmetics and known for its anti-allergic actions.
Harvested in Egypt, where Ramses II already in 1250 BC was using its oils in healing rituals. Taken internally or externally, this potent Wild Chamomile is an exellent and safe herb for everyday use.