These young spring buds promise exceptional fruity flavor. For use in desserts, small game, or as an herbal infusion. Harvested in Quebec.
A sweet, resinous spice, wild-harvested by hand. The leaves can be infused as an herbal tea or use in cooking.
Intense perfume of rose and geranium, with notes of bergamot. A wild Quebec plant worth discovering!
Discover the hidden flavours of Québec’s forests! A wonderful selection of three Nordic spices curated in a typically colourful Epices de cru cardboard tube.
A wild-foraged spice that is at once peppery and delicate. Rich and complex, with a strong floral side that verges on musky.
A wild, Quebec plant with a heady and intoxicating fragrance reminiscent of violets.
A small, wild pepper from Quebec, with a bold citrus aroma, Prickly Ash is a great kitchen find. Discover its unique, prickly flavor today!
Culinary spruce needles have a fresh, resinous scent. They add a refreshing backdrop to burgers, wine sauces, salmon, and syrups.
Young spring buds that present notes of resin and menthol, as good with meat as it is desserts.
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.
Unique taste characterized by floral, musky, fresh vegetal notes, encompassed by a slight bitterness and persistent freshness that tends to linger in the mouth.
This wild caraway presents a strong bouquet that is reminiscent of menthol, cumin, and fennel. For soups, grilled vegetables, even rice.
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.
Yellow Birch, called wild cherry in French, is a North American tree whose tender flowers present notes of honey, almond, and cherry.