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Allspice

We source, sell and use only Jamaican allspice in our blends as we consider it to be far superior to allspice from other countries. The allspice plant is native to the […]

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Ancho Negro Chile

This is the most popular chile in Mexico. Black ancho chiles are quite mild and have overtones of dried fruit, coffee and tobacco. A deeper aroma than the red ancho […]

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Ancho Rojo Chile

A mild and earthy chile with notes of dried prunes, chocolate and licorice. Perfect for salsas, moles and adobos. Makes a fine paprika when ground to a powder. The red ancho […]

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Anise

This Indian anise is among the most aromatic in the world. Liquorice flavor. The flavor profile of anise includes liquorice, fennel, tarragon and basil. Aniseed lends itself particularly well to Indian-style […]

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Annatto – Yucatan

The most flavorful variety of annatto. Grown in the harsh, dry conditions of Yucatan. Yucatan annatto is as remarkable for its mild and penetrating flavor and for its vivid color. It […]

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Arbol Chile

Much like the cayenne, this Mexican chile has little flavor and is quite hot. The perfect chile to add heat to a dish without altering its flavor. With a heat comparable […]

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Avocado Leaves

Used like a bay leaf, avocado leaves lend an authentic aroma to Mexican dishes. Common to central Mexican cookery, avocado leaves are used in slow-cooked dishes like bean dishes, braised meats, […]

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Bay Leaf – Morocco

The most fragrant bay leaves of the Mediterranean. Each spring and fall, we import these highly aromatic bay leafs fresh from the mountains of Morocco. We dry them ourselves under ideal […]

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Cascabel Chile

Also known as ‘chile bola,’ cascabel is an interesting chile with a bit of a bite. A chile that requires no rehydration, just grind whole to a coarse powder, perfect […]

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Chilcosle Chile

This hot thin-skinned chile is native to the Mexican state of Oaxaca. Aromatic notes of clove, cinnamon, anise and fruit. Can be used in moles, tamales and salsas.

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Chilhuacle Amarillo Chile

Possibly the rarest chile in Mexico. A beautiful orange-yellow chile used for making mole amarillo. Medium heat and full of flavor, chilhuacle Amarillo, or ‘yellow chilhuacle,’ should be reserved for […]

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Chilhuacle Negro Chile

A very ancient, rare chile. With strong notes of cocoa, tobacco and dry fruit. Moderately hot, this chile is the cornerstone of authentic Oaxacan mole negro. This rare chile grows only […]

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