We call dried Sweet Clover flowers “Boreal vanilla.” This complex and delicate new spice the ideal addition to any dessert, tea, or cocktail.
Comptonia fern leaves are rich in tannins, offering notes of pine and menthol that pair best with fatty meats and fruit.
A highly versatile and easy to use Nordic spice, valued for millennia in North America for its medicinal properties and once used in brewing
Sweet paprika adds a rich, fruity taste to classic dishes, imparting a bright red color and velvety texture.
This Spanish sweet paprika is the best of the best. Warm, surprisingly fragrant, and familiar, it completes many of your dishes. Colorful and sweet.
Used grated like nutmeg, its fragrance of vanilla and almond complements desserts, especially maple-flavoured ones.
Alleppey ground turmeric has been renowned for centuries for its strong flavor and deep color. Try this potent variety in your next curry.
With its deep orange color Alleppy turmeric is surprisingly flavorful and contains high levels of curcumin.
A surprising flavor coupled with bright yellow color makes this turmeric a worthwhile buy. Grind using a mortar and pestle.
A lesser known variety, White Chinese Cardamom flavors Asian broths and rice dishes with a fresh, aromatic notes.
A very delicate cumin taste with a delicate herbal side with little bitterness, this cumin is the ultimate finishing spice.
This wild caraway presents a strong bouquet that is reminiscent of menthol, cumin, and fennel. For soups, grilled vegetables, even rice.
Exceptional terroir! Fennel with strong licorice notes, slightly sweet, with hints of menthol.
Our wild sumac is harvested in Gaspésie. It’s similar to common Middle Eastern sumac, but with no salt added and a strong sour bite.
These wild rose petals impart an aroma you have to experience to believe. Strong, rich and complex flavors supported by a savage terroir.
Yellow Birch, called wild cherry in French, is a North American tree whose tender flowers present notes of honey, almond, and cherry.
Yellow mustard seeds are hotter than brown. Use whole or ground to make salad dressings, condiments, pickles and marinades.
Yuzu is a citrus used in Japanes cooking, perfect for desserts and savory dishes alike. It is appreciated for its intense floral aroma that recalls at once lemon and mandarin orange.
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