Spices and Herbs

58 items

Allspice Berries

Allspice combines the flavors of nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, and pepper all rol...

Allspice combines the flavors of nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, and pepper all rolled into one berry. It is indigenous to the West Indies. Allspice is an essential part of the jerk spice blend and goes well with fruit and vegetable dishes. Origin of spice: Jamaica

$6.50 $26.00

Amchur

Amchur is a spice derived from the evergreen mango, which adds a fruity, tang...

Amchur is a spice derived from the evergreen mango, which adds a fruity, tangy flavor to foods. It is native to India and Southeast Asia. It is good with vegetable and bean dishes. Origin of spice: India

$8.00 $32.00

Anise

Anise has a sweet licorice type flavor with some peppery undertones. It is na...

Anise has a sweet licorice type flavor with some peppery undertones. It is native to the Middle East and Mediterranean region. It goes well with fish, fruity, and root vegetables dishes. Origin of spice: Spain

$6.00 $24.00

Annatto (Achiote)

Annatto has an earthy, flowery, sweet and peppery aroma, and is native to Sou...

Annatto has an earthy, flowery, sweet and peppery aroma, and is native to South America. This spice is often used in Caribbean cooking and added to fish, chicken, rice and vegetable dishes. Origin of spice: Peru

$5.50 $22.00

Basil

Basil is a common ingredient in Italian and Mediterranean dishes of all sorts...

Basil is a common ingredient in Italian and Mediterranean dishes of all sorts and is native to that region. It has a flavor profile of sweetness and slight spiciness, combined with undertones of cloves and pepper. Origin of spice: Egypt

$6.50 $26.00

Bay Leaves (Organic)

These dry bay leaves are native to the Mediterranean region. They add a spicy...

These dry bay leaves are native to the Mediterranean region. They add a spicy, little bitter, balsamic type flavor to a dish. The leaves should be removed before serving. They go well with tomatoes, rice, beans, fish, lamb, chicken, beef, stews, and soups. Origin of spice: Turkey

$13.00 $39.00

Cacao Powder

This is the purist form of chocolate and originates in Central Mexico. It is ...

This is the purist form of chocolate and originates in Central Mexico. It is a 100% cacao without any sugar added, so it will have a little more bitter flavor than expected. It is wonderful to use in baking cookies, brownies, and cakes or in hot chocolate, and is an essential ingredient for mole. Origin of spice: Peru

$5.50 $22.00

Caraway Seed

Caraway is most recognizable as the flavor that gives rye bread its unique ta...

Caraway is most recognizable as the flavor that gives rye bread its unique taste. It is native to Central Europe, North Africa, and the Mediterranean. It is very popular in German and Scandinavian cooking. It goes well in breads and cakes, and in noodle, cabbage, and pork dishes. Origin of spice: Finland

$3.00 $12.00

Cardamom Pods (Black)

Native to India and Nepal, and has a smoky, earthy, pine-like flavor, with ba...

Native to India and Nepal, and has a smoky, earthy, pine-like flavor, with bacon undertones. The flavor is more potent than green cardamom and is used in rice pilaf, meat and vegetables curries, and in soups, stews,and slow cooking greens. Origin of spice: India

$7.00 $28.00

Cardamom Pods (Green)

Green cardamom is indigenous to Southeast Asia and Central America. With a fl...

Green cardamom is indigenous to Southeast Asia and Central America. With a flavor profile of smokiness, lemony, flowery, and bittersweet, it is an essential ingredient in curries, masalas, pilafs, dahls, and adds a unique taste to puddings and ice cream. Origin of spice: India

$8.00 $32.00

Celery Seed

Celery seed has a parsley-like, grassy, slightly bitter flavor and is native ...

Celery seed has a parsley-like, grassy, slightly bitter flavor and is native to many regions around the world. It is good in stews, soups, tomato juice, salad dressings, sauerkraut, egg salad, and stuffing. Origin of spice: India

$3.50 $14.00

Chives

Chives are a member of the onion family but with a more delicate flavor. It g...

Chives are a member of the onion family but with a more delicate flavor. It grows all over Northern Europe and North America. It is a wonderful addition to cream cheese, sour cream, cottage cheese, salad dressings, soups, tomato sauce, and egg and vegetable dishes. Origin of spice: China

$8.00 $32.00

Cinnamon (Cassia Sticks)

These cassia cinnamon sticks are harvested from the outer tree bark of an eve...

These cassia cinnamon sticks are harvested from the outer tree bark of an evergreen tree and rolled into thick rigid quills, which can be used to put into hot cider, hot cacao, or used in baking. They have a warm, sweet pungent flavor. Origin of spice: Indonesia.

$6.50 $26.00

Cinnamon (Ceylon)

This is the “true cinnamon” and is a lighter, less sweet yet more intense fla...

This is the “true cinnamon” and is a lighter, less sweet yet more intense flavor than the cinnamon most people in the U.S. have experienced. It is one of the world’s most popular baking spices used by many cultures. It is the dried bark of an evergreen tree from the laurel family. Origin of spice: Sri Lanka

$7.50 $30.00

Cinnamon (Indonesian Korintje Cassia)

This is the “cinnamon” with which most people in the U.S. are familiar, and i...

This is the “cinnamon” with which most people in the U.S. are familiar, and it has the recognizable pronounced warm, spicy, sweet, pungent aroma. It is one of the world’s most popular baking spices used by many cultures. It is also the dried bark of an evergreen tree from the laurel family. Cassia and cinnamon are used interchangeably in the United States. Origin of spice: Indonesia

$7.00 $28.00

Cinnamon (Vietnamese)

Vietnamese cinnamon (really cassia) is considered by the experts to be the mo...

Vietnamese cinnamon (really cassia) is considered by the experts to be the most aromatic of the cinnamons and cassias. The cinnamon oil content (that gives the spice its unique aroma and flavor) is the highest of all the cinnamons, often making it the choice of many bakers. Origin of spice: Vietnam

$7.00 $28.00

Cloves

Native to Southeast Asia, cloves have a warm, sharp, bitter, peppery taste wi...

Native to Southeast Asia, cloves have a warm, sharp, bitter, peppery taste with hints of fruit. It goes well with vegetables and pork, and in slow cooked soups and stews. It is a very pungent spice that should be used sparingly. Origin of spice: Indonesia

$7.50 $30.00

Coriander

The leaf of this plant is known as cilantro, which has a different flavor tha...

The leaf of this plant is known as cilantro, which has a different flavor than the seed. The seed has a citrusy, mellow, sweet warm mild flavor, which is often used in spice blends, pickling, stews, soups, vegetable dishes, fruit desserts, and on chicken or fish. Origin of spice: Canada

$3.00 $12.00

Cumin

Cumin has a distinct aromatic bittersweet, spicy, nutty flavor and is grown i...

Cumin has a distinct aromatic bittersweet, spicy, nutty flavor and is grown in India, Turkey and China. It is found in many cultures’ foods around the world and is essential in Indian curries, Middle Eastern, Mexican, and North African dishes. Origin of spice: India

$3.00 $12.00

Dill Seed

Dill seed is related to the celery family and used in German, Russian, Indian...

Dill seed is related to the celery family and used in German, Russian, Indian, Indonesian, and Scandinavian cooking. It is a staple in spices used to make dill pickles. It goes well sprinkled over vegetable dishes. Origin of spice: India

$3.50 $14.00

Fennel Seed

The seed has a mild anise licorice flavor, and is grown in the Mediterranean,...

The seed has a mild anise licorice flavor, and is grown in the Mediterranean, Central Europe and India. It used often in Italian cooking in sausage and tomato sauces for pasta, and in stews, lamb, pork, and chicken dishes, and in fish soups. Origin of spice: India

$4.00 $16.00

Fenugreek Seed

This spice has a nutty bittersweet taste and is often used in curries and Mid...

This spice has a nutty bittersweet taste and is often used in curries and Middle Eastern cooking. It goes well with vegetables, fish and lamb. Origin of spice: India

$3.50 $12.00

File Gumbo Powder

This is the essential ingredient in Gumbo and is used for thickening as well ...

This is the essential ingredient in Gumbo and is used for thickening as well as flavor. The powder is made from ground dried sassafras leaves. Origin of spice: USA

$6.00 $24.00

Galangal Root Powder

Galangal is essential in Southeast Asian dishes and is often mistaken for gin...

Galangal is essential in Southeast Asian dishes and is often mistaken for ginger, though galangal has a much more intense flavor. Origin of spice: India

$8.00 $32.00