• Vanilla Extract

    bourbon · cream · fig · sweet Pure or real vanilla extract must contain only vanilla beans, water and alcohol in order to be called 'pure'. Imitation extract may also contain these three ingredients but usually have other flavors enhancers to help bolster the vanilla taste.
  • Vanilla Pod

    bourbon · cream · fig · sweet Accept no imitations! Just 1% of the world’s vanilla flavoring is real, the rest is imitation or fake vanilla flavor. Vanilla is the most popular flavor in the world, not only is it used in favorites like ice cream, candies, cakes, and cookies, but vanilla also enhances perception of sweetness and other flavors. These Planifolia hybrid vanilla pods add a touch of opulence to your desserts, pastries or homemade vanilla extract.
  • Turmeric

    pepper · earthy · bitter · citrus A close cousin to ginger, turmeric is a rhizome plant native to Southeast Asia. Turmeric’s root-like underground stems have a pungent orange flesh that can be used either fresh or dried. Turmeric is very trendy as of lately but don’t forget to take your turmeric together with black pepper. Turmeric and black pepper each have health benefits, due to the compounds curcumin (turmeric) and piperine (black pepper). As piperine enhances curcumin absorption in the body by up to 2,000%, combining the spices magnifies their effects. This powerful mixture has been as staple remedy in Aryuveda (ancient Indian healing philosophy) for thousands of years to reduce inflammation and improve digestion.
  • White Pepper

    musty · earthy · grassy · spicy White pepper like black pepper also comes from the pepper plant, the difference being that white pepper has been stripped of the outer layer, revealing their lighter-colored inner seed. This process gives white pepper more mild and unexpected sweet taste.
  • Black Pepper

    wood · pine · citrus · spicy In ancient times, this “King of Spices” was extremely versatile used in everything from mummification rituals to currency. What we know as black pepper are the plants fruit or green berries which are dried and used as a spice or seasoning.
  • Oregano

    warm · mint · earthy · thyme Mediterranean oregano, belonging to the mint family, has become one of the most popular cooking herbs in the world, featured prominently in Greek, Italian, Turkish, and Mexican cuisine.
  • Kaffir Lime

    citrus · basil · spicy · floral Kaffir lime leaves are gathered from Asian evergreen trees with unique double leaves structure. While kaffir lime leaves appear to be a simple ingredient, they boast a range of uses and benefits in Thai and other Southeast Asian cuisine.
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    floral · pepper · anise · mint Tulsi, also known as holy basil perennial plant native to India. It is one of India's most sacred herbs used both for stimulating focus in the mind or for relaxation.
  • Hibiscus

    cranberry · pomegranate · sweet · tart Native to West Africa and often described as a flower, the hibiscus we cook with is actually a collection of sepals, the part of a flowering plant that protects the bud and supports the petal once in bloom. Hibiscus tea is a great way to get your daily dose of vitamin C.
  • Also called turmeric milk or turmeric latte, golden milk is a warm spice blend made with ingredients that are shown to reduce inflammation and help improve sleep. Many Indians still consider this spice blend a liquid panacea.
  • Ginger

    hot · zesty · sweet · warm Ginger is native to southeast Asia, particularly China. From there, it spread to other parts of Asia, the Spice Islands, and West Africa due to its effortlessness to thrive in a hodgepodge of growing conditions.
  • Curry Blend

    warm · spicy · earthy · citrus The word curry comes from the Tamil (Indian language) word, “kari", meaning sauce, and refers to meat or vegetable-based stew. Our curry is a blend of turmeric, ginger, black pepper, cardamom, fennel seeds, coriander seeds and bay leaf.
  • Clove

    allspice · sweet · warm · woody Procured from the flower buds of an evergreen tree called Syzygium aromaticum, commonly known as the clove tree.
  • spicy · warming · cinnamon · clove In the west, chai has become known as a flavor of tea with predominantly cinnamon or cardamom notes blended with dairy or dairy substitute But in India, chai is not a flavor of tea; it is tea—chai literally translates to tea in Hindi, so when you are saying "chai tea," you are basically saying, "tea tea."
  • Hibiscus has impressive health benefits such as being very rich in vitamin C. Also, it has a calming effect on the entire digestive system, and it is good for mild anxiety. Ceylon cinnamon is a warming spice, which is perfect during the cold season. It is also known that cinnamon lowers blood sugar, so mixing it with the Hibiscus is a match made in spice heaven.
  • warming · sweet · floral · citrus Ceylon Cinnamon wood chunks can be added to your next BBQ or smoke pit to enhance your food with a subtle Ceylon cinnamon flavor.


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