Rosebuds – Morocco
Imported directly from Marrakech, these Damask rosebuds have a heady aroma. Ideal in slow-cooked stews or recipes for poultry or lamb. Great in desserts.
Roses have been a staple spice in Arabian cookery since antiquity. Don’t let its light scent fool you. The bitter flavor of these rosebuds is intense and they should be used sparingly. A common component of sweet dishes. Moroccan rosebuds go well with savory preparations in tandem with other strong spices such as pepper, cumin, cinnamon, clove or garlic. Moroccan rosebuds add a delightful fragrance to tea.