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Fruit Spices

Even the sweetest pie needs a few spices to enhance it, and these spices all dress up fruity flavors—and maybe add a bit of zing or surprising depth in the process. Fruits play an ever-larger role in meal planning; grapes can be roasted, pears can be poached, and they can all be paired with spices that elevate their profiles. Bright berries taste wonderful when contrasted with deep, earthy flavors, and summer stone fruits shine against savory herbs. Contrasting sweet foods against bitter or sour spices is a classic way to approach recipe planning and a delicious way to enjoy a refreshing range of fruit flavors. We have a wide selection of citrusy zests and powders available. Or choose some of our fruit-friendly seasoning blends for everything from baked goods to fresh produce; you can even liven up a fruity cocktail with a spicy blend around the rim of the glass!

Amchur
Amchur
(am-CHOOR)
Black Pepper Fine Grind
Black Pepper Fine Grind
Peppercorns set to a coarser grind, can impart big pepper flavor on food and while that is delicious, it can occasionally be too much.
Ceylon Cinnamon Sticks
Ceylon Cinnamon Sticks
Ceylon Cinnamon Sticks, Cinnamomum verum, are also called Ceylon cinnamon, canela cinnamon sticks, or canela sticks.
Cinnamon Chips
Cinnamon Chips
Indonesian Cinnamon Chips, Cinnamomum burmannii, from the family Lauraceae is closely related to avocado, bay laurel, Vietnamese cinnamon and Ceylon cinnamon.
Cinnamon Sticks
Cinnamon Sticks
Cassia Cinnamon is sweet and intensely warm, with a pungency that embraces you before you even have a chance to taste it.
Citric Acid
Citric Acid
Citric Acid, a weak organic acid, is a dry, odorless, and crystalline powder with a strongly acidic flavor. It has a tart taste that is slightly less complex than the flavor of a lemon.
Crystallized Ginger
Crystallized Ginger
What happens when you take a tender young knob of sweet, spicy, ginger root, with its bracing and adventurous peppery bite and surprising lemon lift, cut it in slices, immerse it in syrup and roll
Cubeb Berries
Cubeb Berries
Barely known in the west, Cubeb has experienced a recent resurgence with spice aficionados as a delightful exotic spice.
Culinary Lavender
Culinary Lavender
Culinary Lavender's is most often considered native to the Mediterranean region but its natural range is in Arabia, the Canary Islands, Eastern Africa, India and Southern Europe.
Dried Cilantro
Dried Cilantro
Dried Cilantro (pronounced "see-laan-tro"), Coriandrum sativum, is also called dried cilantro leaves, dry cilantro, or dried coriander leaves.
Dried Mint
Dried Mint
Dried Spearmint, Mentha spicata, is also called dried mint, dried spearmint leaves, or dried mint leaves. Dried Spearmint has an essential oil content of .5%.  
Ginger Powder
Ginger Powder
Ginger Powder (pronounced “jin-jr"), Zingiber officinale, is also called powdered ginger, ginger root powder, or ground ginger.
Ground Cardamom
Ground Ceylon Cinnamon
Ground Ceylon Cinnamon
Ground Ceylon Cinnamon is ground from the bark of the cinnamon tree, Cinnamomum verum. It is also called Ceylon cinnamon powder, canela cinnamon powder
Ground Cloves
Ground Cloves
Sharp and fruity, with a flavor that hints of cinnamon, pepper, and a little heat, reddish-brown Ground Cloves is an unforgettable spice.
Ground Korintje Cinnamon
Ground Korintje Cinnamon
Ground Korintje Cinnamon, Cinnamomum burmannii, is also called Korintje cinnamon, Indonesian cinnamon, or just Korintje.
Ground Makrut Lime Leaves
Ground Makrut Lime Leaves
Ground Makrut Lime Leaves have a flamboyant perfume; bold and intoxicating, rife with the smell of lime and lemon, with an undercurrent of jasmine tea.
Ground Nutmeg
Ground Nutmeg
Nutmeg, the seed from a tropical evergreen tree, has a rich, piney, camphor-like aroma. The flavor is nutty, spicy, bittersweet and warm, with echoes of clove.
Ground Star Anise
Ground Star Anise
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,  but they can also be found with as
Ground Sumac
Ground Sumac
Ground Sumac Berries have a friendly, welcoming scent that lives somewhere between ripe raspberries and tart lemon.
Ground Vietnamese Cinnamon
Ground Vietnamese Cinnamon
Vietnamese Cinnamon is classified as Cinnamomum loureiroi, or “cinnamon from laurels”. It is also known as Saigon cinnamon, Vietnam cinnamon, or ground Saigon cinnamon.
Juniper Berries
Juniper Berries
Juniper Berries, Juniperus communis, are also called juniper berry. Juniper Berries have .5% - 2.0% essential oil.  
Lemongrass Powder
Lemongrass Powder
Lemongrass Powder, Cymbopogon citratus, is also called lemon grass powder, dried lemongrass, or lemongrass seasoning.
Makrut Lime Leaves
Makrut Lime Leaves
Makrut lime, or or Citrus hystrix, is also known as Indonesian lime, wild lime, or Thai lime. Both the rind of the fruit and the leaves are used.
Organic Ceylon Cinnamon Sticks
Organic Ceylon Cinnamon Sticks
Organic Ceylon ("seh-LAHN") Cinnamon Sticks, Cinnamomum verum, are also called Ceylon cinnamon, canela cinnamon sticks, or canela sticks.
Organic Cilantro
Organic Cilantro
Cilantro, pronounced “see-LAHN-tro,” has the scientific name Coriandrum sativum. It comes from the coriander plant, which is one of the few plants that produces both an herb and a spice.
Organic Ground Black Pepper Fine Grind
Organic Ground Black Pepper Fine Grind
From the family Piperaceae, Black pepper, Piper nigrum, is a flowering vine that is cultivated for its fruit. When dried, the fruit is known as a peppercorn.
Organic Ground Ceylon Cinnamon
Organic Ground Ceylon Cinnamon
Organic Ceylon Cinnamon (pronounced "suh-laan"), Cinnamomum verum, is also called Ceylon cinnamon powder, ground Ceylon cinnamon, or pure C
Organic Ground Ginger
Organic Ground Ginger
Organic Ground Ginger, Zingiber officinale, is an herbaceous perennial that belongs to the family Zingiberaceae.
Organic Ground Vietnamese Cinnamon
Organic Ground Vietnamese Cinnamon
Organic Ground Vietnamese Cinnamon, Cinnamomum loureiroi, is called "que" in Vietnamese. This is pronounced "kway," for those of us who don't speak Vietnamese fluently.
Organic Juniper Berries
Organic Juniper Berries
From appearance alone, it may be easy to identify Juniper Berries as in fact being berries. However, they are truly the seed-cone produced by various junipers or Juniperus communis.
Organic Korintje Cinnamon Powder
Organic Korintje Cinnamon Powder
Organic Indonesian cinnamon, Cinnamomum burmannii, is the type of cassia cinnamon that we in the US are probably the most familiar with.
Organic Pink Rose Petals
Organic Pink Rose Petals
Edible Rose Petals, Rosa carina, are also called organic rose petals, food grade rose petals, or organic dried rose petals.
Pineapple Juice Powder
Pineapple Juice Powder
With Pineapple Juice Powder, you can enjoy the tropical sweetness of pineapple in an easy-to-use, low-waste form.
Pink Peppercorns
Pink Peppercorns
Pink Peppercorns, Schinus terebinthifolius, also called red peppercorns, rose peppers, or rose-poivre.
Whole Nutmeg
Whole Nutmeg
Whole Nutmeg is nutty, woody, warm and spicy, and bittersweet with notes of pepper and clove.
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