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Spices from India

Black Cardamom

Back Cardamom, also known as Malabar Cardamom, is a prized spice indigenous to the Western Ghats of India. Unlike its green counterpart, Back Cardamom undergoes a curing process that turns its husk a deep brown and intensifies its aroma. This sun-drying technique concentrates the essential oils within the pod, resulting in a complex flavor profile characterized by smoky, medicinal, and eucalyptus notes.

Black Pepper

Sourced from the lush green hills of India, our premium black peppercorns offer an intense and aromatic experience. Cultivated with generations of expertise, these hand-picked peppercorns are sun-dried to perfection, locking in their distinct pungency and complex flavor profile. Each whole black peppercorn boasts a wrinkled, dark exterior, and upon crushing releases a burst of warmth, sharp peppery notes, and subtle earthy undertones.


Cardamom, the "Queen of Spices," is a highly sought-after Indian export prized for its intense aroma and complex flavor. Cultivated in the southern states of Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and Karnataka, India's cardamom boasts a rich history dating back centuries.

Cinamon Vietnam

Cinamon, also spelled cinnamon, cultivated in Vietnam and exported from India offers a unique taste profile prized by connoisseurs. Vietnamese cinnamon, a type known as Cassia cinnamon, is distinguished by its intense aroma and flavor, with subtle hints of spice and warmth. Indian exporters source high-quality Vietnamese cinnamon sticks, quills, and powder, ensuring consistent quality and purity.


Cumin, a prized spice native to the Mediterranean region, thrives in India's dry climate, particularly in Gujarat and Rajasthan. Indian cumin, known for its intense aroma and warm, earthy flavor, is a crucial element in curries, lentil dishes, and countless other culinary creations.


India boasts some of the world's most prized coriander seeds, also known as Dhaniya. These tiny, oval-shaped seeds are sun-dried to perfection, capturing their intense, citrusy aroma and warm, peppery flavor. Grown in various regions across the country, Indian Dhaniya is meticulously sorted and cleaned to ensure a uniform size and vibrant greenish-yellow color.


Haldi, also known as turmeric, is a vibrantly colored golden spice cultivated extensively in India. Renowned for its earthy aroma and slightly bitter, peppery flavor, Indian Haldi is prized for its exceptional quality and therapeutic properties. Grown in the fertile plains and rich soils of Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, and other regions, Indian Haldi undergoes a meticulous processing and grading system.


Sourced from the sunny nutmeg groves of India, our premium mace arrives ready to elevate your culinary creations. Mace is the lacy, net-like aril that surrounds the nutmeg seed. Unlike nutmeg's intense warmth, mace offers a more delicate yet complex flavor profile. Hints of citrus, pepper, and subtle sweetness dance on the palate, making it a versatile addition to both sweet and savory dishes.

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