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Spices & Herbs

In our opinion we offer the finest quality Spices and Herbs available in the UK. We use them in our Top Rated Mexican, Caribbean restaurant in Gosport Hampshire and we offer them to you on line. 

We are offering the a range on line repackaged in handy size packs. If you need larger size packs give us a call or email and we will get you a keen price. 

AJAM PANGANG

Nicknamed "Dragons Breath" for obvious reasons! Mix with butter or oil and spread over chicken before roasting to produce a hot / sweet, ginger / garlic flavour.

Nicknamed "Dragons Breath" for obvious reasons! Mix with butter or oil and spread over chicken before roasting to produce a hot / sweet, ginger / garlic flavour.

Nicknamed "Dragons Breath" for obvious reasons! Mix with butter or oil and spread over chicken before roasting to produce a hot / sweet, ginger / garlic flavour.

ALLSPICE GROUND

Allspice takes its name from its aroma, which smells like a combination of spices, especially cinnamon, cloves, ginger and nutmeg. In much of the world, allspice is called pimento because the Spanish mistook the fruit for black pepper, which the Spanish called pimienta. This is especially confusing since the Spanish had already called chillies pimientos. Lets also thank the Spanish for centuries of linguistic confusion created by naming all the natives they met ‘Indians’.

Allspice takes its name from its aroma, which smells like a combination of spices, especially cinnamon, cloves, ginger and nutmeg. In much of the world, allspice is called pimento because the Spanish mistook the fruit for black pepper, which the Spanish called pimienta. This is especially confusing since the Spanish had already called chillies pimientos. Lets also thank the Spanish for centuries of linguistic confusion created by naming all the natives they met ‘Indians’.

Allspice takes its name from its aroma, which smells like a combination of spices, especially cinnamon, cloves, ginger and nutmeg. In much of the world, allspice is called pimento because the Spanish mistook the fruit for black pepper, which the Spanish called pimienta. This is especially confusing since the Spanish had already called chillies pimientos. Lets also thank the Spanish for centuries of linguistic confusion created by naming all the natives they met ‘Indians’.

ALLSPICE WHOLE

Allspice is the only spice that is grown exclusively in the Western Hemisphere. The evergreen tree that produces the allspice berries is indigenous to the rainforests of South and Central America where it grows wild.

Allspice is the only spice that is grown exclusively in the Western Hemisphere. The evergreen tree that produces the allspice berries is indigenous to the rainforests of South and Central America where it grows wild.

Allspice is the only spice that is grown exclusively in the Western Hemisphere. The evergreen tree that produces the allspice berries is indigenous to the rainforests of South and Central America where it grows wild.

ANISEED WHOLE

Anise is native to the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East. Anise Seed is a small oval seed that varies in color from light brown to a grayish green

Anise is native to the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East. Anise Seed is a small oval seed that varies in color from light brown to a grayish green

Anise is native to the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East. Anise Seed is a small oval seed that varies in color from light brown to a grayish green

ANISE STAR GROUND

Star Anise is also known as anise star or Chinese star anise and the Chinese translation means eight points and whole star anise typically features eight points

Star Anise is also known as anise star or Chinese star anise and the Chinese translation means eight points and whole star anise typically features eight points

Star Anise is also known as anise star or Chinese star anise and the Chinese translation means eight points and whole star anise typically features eight points

ANISE STAR WHOLE

Certainly one of the most spectacular looking spices, Star Anise is also called anise star, Chinese anise and star aniseed. The Chinese translation for Star Anise is “eight points” and most have eight points and these are also referred to as arms, carpals or petals. Star Anise can be found with as few as five or as many as twelve points. Chinese folklore has it that those with more than 8 points bring good luck.

Certainly one of the most spectacular looking spices, Star Anise is also called anise star, Chinese anise and star aniseed. The Chinese translation for Star Anise is “eight points” and most have eight points and these are also referred to as arms, carpals or petals. Star Anise can be found with as few as five or as many as twelve points. Chinese folklore has it that those with more than 8 points bring good luck.

Certainly one of the most spectacular looking spices, Star Anise is also called anise star, Chinese anise and star aniseed. The Chinese translation for Star Anise is “eight points” and most have eight points and these are also referred to as arms, carpals or petals. Star Anise can be found with as few as five or as many as twelve points. Chinese folklore has it that those with more than 8 points bring good luck.

ANNATTO POWDER

I use Annatto in my Cafe great in Rice and Chilli Con Carne or you can make it into Achiote Paste to make fantastic slow cooked Pork Dishes.

I use Annatto in my Cafe great in Rice and Chilli Con Carne or you can make it into Achiote Paste to make fantastic slow cooked Pork Dishes.

I use Annatto in my Cafe great in Rice and Chilli Con Carne or you can make it into Achiote Paste to make fantastic slow cooked Pork Dishes.

ANNATTO SEEDS

Technically called Annatto seeds but when used in cooking, the seeds are usually referred to as Achiote pronounced ‘ah-chee-OH-tay”. The scientific name is Bixa orellana and Achiote Seeds are indigenous to South America and today are grown in Brazil, Guatemala, India, Peru, the Philippines and western Africa.

Technically called Annatto seeds but when used in cooking, the seeds are usually referred to as Achiote pronounced ‘ah-chee-OH-tay”. The scientific name is Bixa orellana and Achiote Seeds are indigenous to South America and today are grown in Brazil, Guatemala, India, Peru, the Philippines and western Africa.

Technically called Annatto seeds but when used in cooking, the seeds are usually referred to as Achiote pronounced ‘ah-chee-OH-tay”. The scientific name is Bixa orellana and Achiote Seeds are indigenous to South America and today are grown in Brazil, Guatemala, India, Peru, the Philippines and western Africa.

ARROWROOT GROUND

Arrowroot Powder makes a wonderful base for cream sauces, gravies, clear glazes and pie fillings

Arrowroot Powder makes a wonderful base for cream sauces, gravies, clear glazes and pie fillings

Arrowroot Powder makes a wonderful base for cream sauces, gravies, clear glazes and pie fillings

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Dried Chilli - BURMESE AMBER NECTAR CHILLI
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The Burmese Amber Nectar Chilli