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3 Single Origin Spices
Our freshly ground Java Turmeric is grown in the rich soils of Indonesia using sustainable and organic methods that enable its sweet and floral characters to shine through. The farmers we partner with are committed to regenerative farming for the good of their communities and the environment. Add Java Turmeric to curries and golden milk with a pinch of black pepper to bring out all of its benefits.
Late Harvest Black Peppercorns have a lengthened vine ripening process that produces berries that are beautifully burgundy in color, robust heat and floral notes. This fruit launches the familiar flavors of black pepper to new depths.
We source Padang Cassia Cinnamon in Sumatra from farmers who are dedicated to regenerative organic farming of their forests to bring us an extremely high quality product that we know you’ll love. Great in sweet and savory applications.
We purchase what we need every year right after the spices are harvested. These spices are as fresh as you can get. They are not sitting in a warehouse for multiple years. The oldest spices we carry will be one year old compared to the commodity market which warehouses spices for 10+ years before selling them to you.
Turmeric, black pepper and Cassia cinnamon have been used for centuries as spices to help improve the taste of food and also have immune boosting properties. You can add these 3 spices to your dishes to improve their medicinal health benefits with very little effort.
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Whole spices can last a few years without losing flavor if stored properly.
Ground spices start losing flavor after 3-6 months. However there is no expiration.
For best results, store your spices in a cool place out of direct light.