Coconut Sugar mingled with a Quartet of Brown Spices
Enjoy this wholesome indulgence in everything from your daily coffee to decadent desserts. With its warming melange of cinnamon, nutmeg, clove and star anise, here’s a natural sweetener done right! Coconut palm sugar has a lower glycemic index than refined sugar, enabling your body to be more effective at maintaining its blood sugar levels.
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A slight hint of caramel, mixed with warm spices, defines this gourmet sugar which can be used as well in traditional Indian cooking as it can be in international cuisine. Sprinkle some of this sugar onto simply baked apples and caramel sauce to open a treasure trove of new flavours. Experiment with savoury creations like Teriyaki chicken wings and Thai Soups.
Usage: Sprinkle 1 teaspoon into coffee or tea or on your cereal/fruits during breakfast. Add to food only in small amounts (usually 1 – 2 teaspoons per batch of batter, dough etc).
Storage: Store the jar in a cool, dry place with lid tightly closed to preserve the coconut sugar for a long time.
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With its bouquet of delightful aromas, and legendary taste, Vanilla is considered as spice royalty the world over. From the most expensive Aztec tables to your favourite birthday cake, Vanilla’s appeal is as wide as it is long-standing. Its pure, spicy and delicate flavours have captured the imaginations and appetites of foodies across ages.
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Sprig’s Real Vanilla Sugar, invites all vanilla lovers to experience the depth of the world’s most regarded Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla beans. Rich, creamy flavours combine with the subtle molasses, natural caramel-like flavour of the rich golden Demerara sugar crystals.
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‘Vanilla’, the word itself is enough to transport you to a surreal world. A world of muffins, saffron cakes, cupcakes, ice cream pies, meringues, almond fingers, cream horns, and more. Vanilla is amongst the most delectable and universally loved flavours that nature has to offer. It’s the world’s second most expensive spice, commanding a lot of importance in every connoisseur’s kitchen.
4.50 out of 5
Pepper and India have a long history together. We love a little sprinkle on our half-fried eggs, we relish a mild hint of pepper in our glass of ‘chaas’ and enjoy a generous helping of it in our lime juice. Research even says that black pepper added to a cup of green tea can help your body better absorb its antioxidants.
4.00 out of 5
Pristine sea salt from the Pacific Ocean, harvested by hand, cold smoked and blended with fiery chipotle chile from Mexico.
Net Wt.: 200 g
5.00 out of 5
There is an old planter’s saying – ‘cardamom adds spice to your years and years to your life’. While this may just be folklore, of one thing there is no doubt; cardamom from Idukki, Kerala adds its unique distinct flavour and aroma to the finest gourmet food, in cuisines across the globe. It’s the world’s third most expensive spice and is universally acknowledged as the queen of spices.
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This spice blend is a medley of fine herbs and spices, with a hint of Italian panache. Inspired by the tradition of classic Italian cuisine, this melange of ripe cheese notes with the dulcet essence of sweet tomato, oregano and olive oil, among others, adds unparalleled depth to soups, stews, roasted meat and fish. This versatile ingredient can be used as a rub, marinade, glaze, paste, crumb, sprinkle or dressing!
Net Wt: 30 g
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Known as “true cinnamon” the world over, ‘Cinnamomum zeylanicu’ is a celebrated spice enjoyed in sweet or savory dishes. This brittle, aromatic spice is found originally in tightly-rolled quills and its powder is an unbeatable topping for a cup of hot cocoa.
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The tiny seeds of sesame are one of the oldest sources of cooking oil known to mankind – there is historical evidence of these fragrant seeds being used in culinary purposes as long as 3000 years ago. This gourmet finishing oil is crafted by slowly toasting the finest white sesame over a low fire, creating a rich nutty character.
Net weight: 125 g
5.00 out of 5
Zest and zing find favour in our spiced teriyaki with its fresh Ginger flavour! Makes for a great dip or an umami-laden marinade, take your pick.
Net Wt: 120 g