We are pleased to offer six of our “musts” which will help you explore the wide and wonderful world of BBQ flavors.
Intense perfume of rose and geranium, with notes of bergamot. A wild Quebec plant worth discovering!
A traditional Bengali spice blend for fish, peppery and hot with plenty of fennel. Also great for a shrimp or crab curry.
This unique Ethiopian herb is similar to basil, and can be used in countless ways, from Ethiopian Berber spice to spiced butter.
One of the hottest dry chiles in the world, not to mention one of the tastiest. Also called ghost chile, this chile “stings like a wasp”.
Bird’s Eye, or Thai Chili is one of the most famous hot varieties. Used throughout Africa and Asia for sauces, marinades, anywhere heat is desired.
This aromatic masala can be used for any kind of rice dish, or as a marinade for meat as well.
Slightly smoky and dark with notes of camphor, a flavor well worth discovering. Great for broths, stir-fries, and other Chinese dishes.
A key ingredient in North Indian dishes like chicken tikka masala, this smoked black cardamom adds earthy, fermented notes.
Smaller and more delicate than regular cumin. A central Asian pantry essential. Best when fried in oil or ghee, they add a nutty, earthy flavor.
Persian black limes, also known as omani limes, are small and tart. More intense than their white counterpart. Essential to cuisines in many Persian Gulf countries.
This semi-cultivated pepper grows in one small region in the Cardamom Hills. Dense and heady, with a good pep and strong flavor.
A fruity, vegetal, hot pepper grown in Cambodia. Exceptional terroir.
A unique Indian pepper, with a strong, lingering bite. Grown in the Kolli Malai hills in Tamil Nadu.
A true classic. An early harvest and very dark black pepper with a bite. Perfect as an everyday table pepper.
A Spice Trekker blend of different varieties of black pepper grown along the Malabar Coast. A perfect everyday Indian pepper blend for your mill.
A pepper with a lasting flavour, harvested in the Cardamom Hills. Mlamala peppercorns are quite fruity and lively.
A rare and aromatic pepper, with a remarkable longeur en bouche (a lingering pepper flavour that lasts).
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