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We sell over 40 different organic dried herbs and spices from essentials such as Black Pepper and Bay leaves through to speciality ingredients and blends. Go organic and let the natural flavour, colour and aroma of pure, organic herbs and spices infuse your dish.
If you are looking for some inspiration for dinner then please check out some of the recipes in our Recipe section>>
Our KHMELI SUNELI was judged the WINNER of the Sauses & Ingredients catagory, in the Soil Association Organic Food Awards 2012. A Russian favourite, Khmeli Suneli can be used as an all-purpose seasoning.
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Our Russian Tmin won a HIGHLY COMMENDED AWARD in the Sauces & Ingredients catagory of the Soil Association Organic Food Awards 2012, Inspired by a traditional Russian recipe, this is a fascinatingly different and exciting blend of herbs and spices that will bring another dimension to your cooking.
Surely there is little that can capture the essence of Christmas more succinctly than Frankincense & Myrrh. (our only non-organic line)
20g Frankincense & 20g Myrrh
Allspice, in spite of its misleading name, is not a blend of many different spices but is actually the dried berry of the West Indian Allspice tree.
Part of the mint family, Basil comes in many shapes, colours, sizes and flavours.
A real store cupboard essential, the dried leaf of the bay laurel tree adds a depth of flavour to many dishes.
Caraway is one of the most ancient of all herbs, and said to have been in use for thousands of years for both medicinal and culinary purposes.
Cardamom is used widely throughout the Indian sub-continent and is probably best known in this country as an ingredient of curry.
A vibrant and incredibly tasty blend of chilli favourites
Ground Chilli Pepper is an essential kitchen ingredient and by buying our organic blend you have the assurance that you are buying pure Chilli with nothing else added.
The blend of fennel seed, cassia bark, ginger root, black peppercorns and cloves that gives it the subtle spicey flavour. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, while stocks last. 'Special offer' is for jars with BBE date of Oct 2012
Cinnamonum Zeylanicum. A simple, warming addition to many sweet recipes from ice cream and buns, through to baked apples or rice pudding.
Cinnamonum cassia cortex. Rolled bark from the cinnamon tree, Cinnamon Quills are an excellent addition to poaching syrups as well as to savoury and spicy dishes such as a chilli or stew.
Cloves are the dried flower buds of an evergreen tree. They are one of the most versatile of all the spices, and add a pungent, sweet flavour to both sweet and savoury dishes.
Ground Coriander is an easy-to-use alternative to the whole seeds and is ideal for use in any dish where the texture of whole seeds would not be welcome.
To release the aroma and flavours of Coriander Seeds it is best to dry fry them before either crushing or adding whole to dishes where they give a sweet, spicy, woody flavour.
The pungent, sweet, spicy, smoky notes of Cumin add depth to spiced foods where they compliment the heat of chilli and ginger.
If you enjoy simple, grilled fish, flavoursome sauces for steamed vegetables or a great pork chop, then you should certainly already be a fan of Dill.
Fennel has an intense, sweet, aniseed flavour with a delicate nutty finish. It has been used in cooking for thousands of years and was known to the ancient Greeks and Romans.
Fenugreek is a very popular spice in the East, but to Western tastes it is a little bitter to be used on its own so is often used as an ingredient in spice mixes.
No spice cupboard is complete without Garam Masala. The classic Indian blend of hot, peppery and sweet spices is widely used in many Indian dishes.
Ground Garlic can be used whenever a recipe calls for fresh garlic and is a great standby to have in the cupboard.
Ginger has been a favourite spice for centuries and was first brought along the spice routes from the East for use in both sweet and savoury dishes.
As the name suggests these are the herbs you will need for recipes that bring back memories of delicious meals eaten on shaded terraces washed down with a glass of local wine.
Although Juniper is probably most widely known as the main flavour in gin, it is also an important culinary spice.
The fresh taste of Lemon Grass is essential for the cuisine of Southeast Asia and Sri Lanka. The spice is most popular in Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and on the Indonesian islands.
Mint is probably one of our best-known herbs and the classic joint of roast lamb would certainly not be complete without it.
Our organic Mixed Herb blend is a classic mix of herbs that will give a truly British flavour to stews, casseroles, roasts and stuffings.
If you already enjoy, or are about to start baking, our organic Mixed Spice is a must-have.
Although it is less commonly used in the West than the yellow variety, Brown Mustard Seed is a key ingredient in many Indian recipes and is a must-have if you enjoy cooking curries.
Mustard was originally introduced into Europe by the Romans and today it is the Yellow Mustard Seeds that are the most commonly used variety in Western cuisine
The seed of the nutmeg tree, a whole Nutmeg typically measures around 2cm in length and is fairly hard.
During the natural storing of the Whole Nutmeg, a light film can occur over the Nutmeg. This is a natural occurrence and there will always be some variation between batches of the natural Organic product.
The word Oregano is derived from the ancient Greek ‘oreiganon’ meaning ‘ornament of the mountain’.
Parsley is one of our best known native herbs and possibly the most widely used herb worldwide.
Black Peppercorns are the berries of a tropical climbing shrub. The berries are picked in bunches, on their stalks, when they are still green and un-ripe.
Another typically English herb, although Rosemary originates near the Mediterranean, its name meaning “dew of the sea”.
Sage is considered to have a warm, slightly peppery flavour that some people refer to as astringent.
Use on fish when grilling, frying or even barbecuing, this seafood rub compliments any fish.
Star-shaped and tasting of anise, they didn’t use too much imagination when naming Star Anise
The pungent aroma and flavour of Thyme has made it a popular herb in Western civilisations for thousands of years.
India produces nearly all the world's Turmeric, and consumes 80% of its own crop.
Vanilla has always been held up as one of the most exotic and sensual of spices
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