Hyssop leaves have a lightly bitter taste and a minty aroma. Common in Levantine and Caucasian cookery. It is also used to flavor liqueurs, and is part of the formulation of Chartreuse.
Medicinal: Often used for treating the chest and lungs during colds and coughs.
This is the classic Italian seasoning for pasta sauces, soups, and as a rub for grilled meats. A blend of marjoram, oregano, thyme, rosemary and a light chile flake.
This gift set is full of flavor!
- Szechuan Peppercorn
- Roasted Chicory Root
- Sassafras Bark
- Toasted Sesame Seeds
- Ghost Pepper Salt
- Dried Green & White Leeks
- Chile Cayenne
- Ground Ginger
- Salish-Alderwood Smoked Salt
-Two different parts of the world–both with great regional spices that compliment each other and can be used in any style of cooking!
-Includes the Ghost Pepper Salt–hottest pepper recorded, making this the “hottest salt on earth.”
Named after Jalapa, the capital of Veracruz, Mexico, these smooth, dark green (scarlet red when ripe) chiles range from mildly hot to very hot. Jalapeños are quite popular because they’re so easily seeded (the seeds and veins are extremely hot). In their dried form, jalapeños are known as chipotles.
These versatile chiles are generally used in Chinese cookery. Japones have a dry, tip-of-the-tongue heat that make them perfect for your kung pao, General Tso-style creations. This chile is similar in appearance to the de arbol. Though the walls of the japones are thicker.
As well as flavoring a dish, juniper cuts the gaminess of game, reduces the fatty effect of duck and pork and perks up a bread stuffing. Gin gets its unique flavor from it and fruit dishes, such as apple tart and pickled peaches, also harmonize with this flavor.
MEDICINAL: Supports healthy kidney and urinary tract function, and promote to healthy blood pressure.
Kala Namak or Black Salt is a special type of Indian mineral salt. It is actually pinkish grey rather than black and has a very distinctiive sulfurous mineral taste (like hard boiled egg yolks).
Black Salt is used in Indian cuisine as a condiment and is added to chaats, chutneys, raitas and many other savory Indian snacks.
Kalonji is used in India and the Middle East as a spice and condiment and occasionally in Europe as both a pepper substitute and a spice. It is widely used in Indian cuisines, particularly in mildly braised lamb dishes such as korma. It is also added to vegetable and dhal dishes as well as in chutneys. The seeds are sprinkled on to naan bread before baking.
The Kebabi Masala is the Indian version of the traditional Middle Eastern Kebab rub. An exotic spice mixture for grilling. Add oil to make into a marinade, great for chicken, beef or any other meats. Make sure you marinate your meat overnight to get the most flavour out of your meal.
The classic combination of lemon and sugar is perfectly captured in our lemon sugar. All-natural and with just the right amount of citrusy flavor, a fresh addition to savory and sweet dishes. Ideal for baking, rimming a glass, summer salads, and so much more.
Bulk Uses: Coffee Bars - Dessert Toppings - Ice Cream Bars - Manufacturing - Sugar Bulk Bars - Baking - Drink Rimmer - Restaurants - Catering - Main Dishes – Salads
The natural flavor of lemon is an international favorite. Thai food, margaritas, desserts… the uses are plentiful. Lemon Twist Salt is tart without being too sour. It is refreshing and versatile. Use to rim a drink glass, sprinkle on chicken or fish before grilling or add to a crisp salad for a surprising hint of citrus.
Widely used in savoury dishes and meat, poultry, seafood and vegetable curries. It harmonizes well with coconut milk, especially with chicken or seafood, and there are countless Thai and Sri Lankan recipes exploiting this combination. The stems are also used in teas or used in pickles and in flavoring marinades.
MEDICINAL: It promotes good digestion and induces perspiration to cool the body and reduce fevers.
The natural flavor of lime is an international favorite. Thai food, margaritas, desserts… the uses are plentiful. Lime Fresco Salt is tart without being too sour. It is refreshing and versatile. Use to rim a drink glass, sprinkle on chicken or fish before grilling or add to a crisp salad for a surprising hint of citrus.
ORIGIN: USA Pacific Ocean