Cumin seeds have been found in the tombs of Pharaohs. Today cumin is found to be an essential spice in many cuisines: Mexican, Indian, and Moroccan to name a few. Freshly ground cumin is very pungent and has a sweet, pine-like aroma. It can be dry roasted first to bring out a nuttiness, which does mute the top piney notes. It is found in Indian panch phora and in Mexican chili powder. 50g
Smoked paprika is native to Spain. Traditionally, it is made from the pimenton de la Vera. Smoked paprika, available both hot and sweet, has become...View full product details
Za'tar is a Middle Eastern blend. Each country has its own variation, but generally it contains thyme, sumac, and roasted sesame seeds with a touch...View full product details
Sumac is a berry from the sumac tree and is from the Mediterranean region and America. It is deliciously tangy and sour with hints of...View full product details
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