Wild Angelica seeds are collected from Angelica Archangelica, an umbellifer plant which grows in Quebec and can reach 2.5 metres in height. The seeds are harvested during the middle of the summer, when they are still green. They are then dried before reaching maturity so that they can retain their fresh, green taste of pollen.
The unique taste of wild Angelica seeds is characterized by floral, musky, fresh vegetal notes, encompassed by a slight bitterness and persistent freshness that tends to linger in the mouth. Their mysterious flavour adds a boreal profile to jams, jellies and cocktails.
Soak the seeds in red wine to which you can later add sugar to create an extraordinary aperitif.