Allspice berry

$4.00
Allspice possesses a complex flavor profile and aroma, producing something like a mix of nutmeg, cinnamon, and cloves. The spice itself is the immature dried fruit of a tree from the myrtle family, native to... more info

Angelica root

$5.00
Also known as Angelica archangelica Introduction Angelica archangelica is an ancient herb, renown to the old world and still heralded in the new, the herb has been used as a flavoring, a digestive aid, a lung... more info

Anise seed

$3.00
Also known as Anisum vulgare, Pimpinella anisum Introduction Anise is a popular herb, belonging to the Apiaceae family and cousin to fennel, cumin, and dill. The seed is often used in Mediterranean cooking and as a... more info

Birch bark, sweet

$4.00
Also known as Betula alba, Betula lenta Introduction The sweet birch is a large tree native to North America used as a pain reliever, antipyretic, anti-inflammatory, spice, and to reduce headaches, dissolve kidney... more info

Bitter orange peel

$4.00
Also known as Citrus aurantium Introduction The Bitter orange comes from an evergreen tree with long spines and extremely aromatic flowers. The fruit has a strikingly bitter taste that separates itself from the... more info

Black pepper

$4.00
Also known as Piper nigrum Introduction Black pepper is native to India is the worlds most traded spice, found beside a large amount of dinner tables next to the salt. Black pepper's characteristic flavor comes... more info

Black seed

$4.00
Also known as Nigella sativa, Black cumin seed Introduction Nigella sativa is native to Asia and is a less commonly used spice. It has been called by names such as fennel flower, nutmeg flower, Roman coriander,... more info

Cardamom seeds and pods

$8.00
Also known as Elettaria cardamomum, True cardamom Introduction Cardamom is the name of an aromatic seed & pod harvested from the plant Elettaria cardamomum, a native of India in the Zingiberaceae family, and is... more info

Carob nibs and powder

$4.00
Also known as Ceratonia siliqua Introduction Ceratonia siliqua is an evergreen shrub from the Fabaceae family which produces a chocolate-tasting seed rich in vitamins, minerals, protein, anti-oxidants, & even the... more info

Cayenne pepper powder

$4.00
Also known as Capsicum annuum, red hot chili pepper Introduction Cayenne pepper is an especially spicy cultivar of the Capsicum genus, belonging to the deadly nightshade family of plants, otherwise known as... more info

Cinnamon bark, Cassia

$4.00
Also known as Cinnamomum cassia Introduction Cinnamon is Greek meaning 'to strip off the bark' and has been used for over 5,000 years by mankind. It is one of the most traded and praised spices, encouraging... more info

Cinnamon bark, Zeylon

$4.00
Also known as Cinnamomum zeylanicum Introduction Cinnamon is Greek meaning 'to strip off the bark' and has been used for over 5,000 years by mankind. It is one of the most traded and praised spices, encouraging... more info

Clove buds

$5.00
Also known as Syzygium aromaticum, Eugenia aromaticum Introduction Cloves are strongly scented dried flower buds native to Indonesia and used as a spice all over the world. Cloves have been used as Incense, a... more info

Fennel seeds

$4.00
Also known as Foeniculum vulgare, sweet fennel, finocchio Introduction Fennel is a flowering plant of the celery family which is indigenous to the Mediterranean & has since spread throughout most of the world... more info

Galangal root, Greater

$4.00
Also known as Alpinia officinarum Introduction Galangal is the pungent root of a medicinal spice in the Zingiberaceae or Ginger family of plants. Galangal, like ginger contains a wide variety of spicy aromatics &... more info

Ghost pepper powder (Bhut Jolokia)

$7.00
Also known as Bhut jolokia, Red naga chili Introduction The ghost pepper is an extremely hot pepper hybridized from Capsicum chinense and Capsicum frutescens with a Scoville heat rating higher than 1 million units.... more info

Ginger root

$4.00
Also known as Zingiber officinalis Introduction Ginger is the most widely used and commonly found herb on Earth, with near billions of people using it every day as both food and medicine. It helps enhance the... more info

Grapefruit peel

$4.00
Also known as Citrus x paradisi, Forbidden Fruit of Barbados Introduction The Grapefruit is a recent addition to our world coming about in the 1700's and is believed to be a cross between a Pomelo and a Sweet... more info

Hibiscus flowers

$4.00
Also known as Hibiscus sabdariffa Introduction Hibiscus is a genus of flowering plant belonging to the Malvaceae family. Hibiscus produces large beautiful flowers that are used in worship, worn in the hair, & are... more info

Holy basil leaf (Krishna)

$4.00
Also known as Tulsi, Ocimum tenuiflorum, Ocimum sanctum, Ocimum sp. Introduction Holy basil is a highly regarded aromatic plant used for religious and medicinal purposes with the most notable examples being... more info

Holy basil leaf (Rama)

$4.00
Also known as Tulsi, Ocimum tenuiflorum Introduction Holy basil is a highly regarded aromatic plant used for religious and medicinal purposes with the most notable examples being Hinduism and Ayurvedic traditions.... more info

Holy basil leaf (Vana)

$4.00
Also known as Tulsi, Ocimum tenuiflorum, Ocimum sanctum, Ocimum sp. Introduction Holy basil is a highly regarded aromatic plant used for religious and medicinal purposes with the most notable examples being... more info

Hops flower buds

$8.00
Also known as Humulus lupus Introduction Hops are the names of the flowers in the Canabaceae family, native to Europe, Western Asia, & North America. Hops is the main ingredient and bitter in most beers and the... more info

Juniper berry

$4.00
Also known as Juniperus communis Introduction Juniper berries are a well known Native American treasure, hailing from the Pine family of trees, they have long been used as a flavoring additive and are the original... more info

Lemon peel

$5.00
Also known as Citrus × limon Introduction The lemon tree is a small evergreen native to Asia whose fruit has been used as a culinary ingredient, spice, preservative, & source of natural citric acid. While the... more info

Lemongrass

$4.00
Also known as Cymbopogon citratums Introduction Lemongrass is a deliciously sweet aromatic lemon and citrus flavored grass that is a staple in Thai and Indonesian cooking and makes an excellent addition to any tea.... more info

Licorice root

$4.00
Also known as Glycyrrhiza glabra Introduction Licorice is a super sweet root with a taste similar to anise and sassafras. It's active compound Glycyrrhizin is 50 times sweeter than sugar and behaves as an adrenal... more info

Long pepper

$5.00
Also known as Piper longum Introduction Long pepper is a close relative of black pepper but with a much stronger spice that carries with it a long lasting flavorful earthy overtone. Is used specifically in many... more info

Mace (Nutmeg aril)

$9.00
Also known as Myristica fragans, Nutmeg aril Introduction Mace is a valuable spice that is derived from the lacy covering of the nutmeg seed. Mace carries the same essential oils as nutmeg but a much different... more info

Nutmeg whole

$6.00
Also known as Myristica fragrans Introduction The common or fragrant nutmeg, Myristica fragrans is native to the Banda Islands of Indonesia & can be found growing throughout India & the Southeast Asian Islands. It... more info

Orange peel

$4.00
Also known as Citrus sinensis, Sweet Orange, Valencia Orange Introduction When it comes to fruit it is often the peels that often contain the most nutrients, phytochemicals, enzymes and flavonoids, usually much... more info

Peppermint leaf

$4.00
Also known as Mentha piperita Introduction Peppermint is the original source of the mint flavor we know and love. Many other mint herbs have similar aromas, but none could ever capture the senses like genuine... more info

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