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Our team desires to make the deep, complex flavours
of eastern dishes more accessible to our friends and
family out West. The rich food cultures of South and
Southeast Asia are particularly close
to our hearts, and are sure to
become close to yours as well. These
remarkable dishes regularly combine
sweet and savoury, bitter and tangy,
salty and spicy like few others can. By providing
greater access to spices—the cornerstones of these
cuisines—we hope to provide greater access to a
broader range of tastes, flavours, and cultures.
East West Spice cares deeply about our growers, and
we make sure to give back to them. We demonstrate
this care from the most basic level first, paying every
single farmer fairly. We also do our part to feed
hungry children throughout the developing East.
When you buy East West Spice, you not only gain a
delicious, organic ingredient, you also provide
nutritious food to a child in Asia.
East West Spice brings the warmth, depth, and
flavour of Earth’s eastern reaches into your
western kitchen. Based out of Northern California,
our company is on a mission to provide our
customers with the most delicious, pure, fresh,
organic, and ethically sourced spices that the
world has to offer. We work directly with growers
in more than half-a-dozen Asian countries, care-
fully selecting spices at their exact point-of-origin.
om East to West to You
When you buy East West Spice,
you also provide nutritious
fd to a child in Asia.
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Quality and Care
Local farmers utilise centuries-old
techniques to keep their plants
happy, healthy, and pest-free,
without exposing them to harmful
chemicals.
e spice that comes into your
kitchen is the same spice that left
the farm where it was grown.
Quality and purity are the core of our company values. All
of our farms are fully organic, free from modern pesticides.
We harvest spices at their peak, then run them
through our extensive lab process to ensure that
they meet our high standards.
East West Spice also avoids additives in our processing
procedures, sterilising our products through steam—the
healthiest option available in the market—operating
without oxides or other antibacterial chemicals.
With our exclusive process, we make sure that the spice
that comes into your kitchen is the same spice that left
the farm where it was grown.
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Inside of every East West Spice bottle, you will find
pre-measured, individually-sealed spice sticks that lock
in freshness. Just use one spice stick for every
teaspoon and three spice sticks for every tablespoon.
Our bulk bags feature resealable zippers, enabling you
to keep your spices sealed, and making it easy to
measure out the exact amount of spice that you need.
Iovative Paaging
Eastern flavours are not the only benefit that comes from using our
products. With East West Spice, the process of cooking is also a joy. We
know how frustrating typical spice containers can be—always opening
and closing the cap causes spices to lose their freshness, and it’s a
hassle to wrestle a measuring spoon into such a small mouth. We set
out to eliminate these issues, prioritising freshness and ease-of-use
when developing our innovative packaging.
Pre-measured, individuay-sealed
spice stis that lo in freshne.
From East to West to you, our spices bring incredible
flavours with incredible quality. Our ethical sourcing
and charitable giving make your purchase one that
not only tastes good, but does good. With our
innovative, fresh-lock packaging and all organic
farming, you can be confident that we have provided
you with the best available flavours. Next time you
head to the kitchen, pull out a bottle and enjoy the
deep, warm flavours of the East.
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which it would be difficult to find a
dish that it does not complement.
From your scrambled eggs at
breakfast, all the way through your
pasta alfredo at dinner—black
pepper is the all-around champion
of the spice rack.
Bla Peercorn
White Peercorn
Originally grown in India, pepper is
now cultivated in many different
tropical regions. Holding the title of
the world’s most traded spice, black
pepper is present in countless dishes
all across the globe. It offers a subtle
heat in addition to its distinctive
flavour, with the spiciness of the fruit
deriving from the piperine chemical.
Pepper is one of the few spices for
A hotter variety of pepper, white
peppercorns really pack a punch, but
tend to have less nuanced flavour than
their black peppercorn counterpart.
While black pepper is more common
in most western cooking, it is a
longstanding tradition to use white
peppercorn in light-coloured dishes,
such as mashed potatoes.
In Chinese, Vietnamese, and
Swedish cooking, white
pepper is the more
common type of pepper
for all dishes, whatever
their colour may be.
Whatever you are cooking up,
a grind of fresh, delicious
white peppercorns are sure to
give it a boost.
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No dinner is complete without a set of salt and pepper shakers.
Black pepper, the much-loved kick of flavour in this classic
pairing, derives from the fruit of the pepper tree. These tiny,
dark and mottled balls of spice are called peppercorns.
White peppercorns are the fruit of the pepper plant, picked when
almost ripe. Dried in the sun, the outer layer turns black and is
peeled away, leaving the white seed beneath.
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One of the most well-known spices in the West, cinnamon
offers a warm, aromatic flavour widely used in traditional
western holiday foods. Ranging from a light brown to a
deep, robust mahogany, cinnamon is a beautiful ingredient.
The spice comes from the inner bark
of several different trees in the
Cinnamomum genus.
During harvest, strips of bark are taken from
the tree, rolled, and dried, forming what we
call cinnamon sticks. These sticks can be left
whole or crushed to form cinnamon powder.
While many brands market a variety
of cinnamon known as cassia, a
stronger, hotter spice that can
contain harmful Coumarin,
East West Spice offers customers the
best and healthiest Ceylon variety.
Its fine, sweet flavour adds a flavourful
twist to dishes such as sticky buns,
pie, and hot chocolate. In some
parts of the world, it is also added
to savoury dishes, like biryani, a
Middle Eastern rice dish.
With cinnamon in your pantry, you can
add depth and complexity to both
dinner and dessert.
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Allspice, also called Jamaica pepper or pimenta, refers to the warm,
earthy flavour best known to western palates through the flavours of
Caribbean jerk seasoning and the tasty spice of chai.
Most commonly used in desserts in
the West, many pie and cake recipes
call for a small portion of allspice.
Whether you are making your own
chai tea lattes, cooking up grandma’s
apple pie, or roasting some
Jamaican jerk chicken, allspice has
all the spice you need.
Made from the dried, unripe fruits of
the pimenta tree, this spice is native
to the major Caribbean islands,
southern Mexico, and regions
of Central America.
The spice was first called allspice
by English colonists who thought that
pimenta tasted like a combination of
cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves.
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Bay leaves are dark green and come from a variety of trees in
the laurel family. These aromatic leaves are a subtle yet critical,
ingredient in a variety of dishes from around the world.
sprinkled on top of many familiar
and unfamiliar foods.
Both the sweeter mild version and
spicier hot version are also available
smoked. This extra processing adds a
rich and woodsy quality to the spice.
The next time you set out to make
your grandma’s deviled eggs,
reach for this perfect little
batch of spice and sprinkle
it with care.
Paprika
Bay Leaves
Widely appreciated for both its deep
flavour and bright hue, paprika
appears in many dishes around the
globe. As the spice trade grew during
the Ottoman Empire, paprika
spread from Central America and
became integral to a number of
dishes in Asia, Africa, and Europe.
Ranging from mild to hot in flavour,
with the latter made spicy by the
addition of cayenne, paprika is
Even the ancient Greeks made use of
this aromatic leaf, with its flavour
widespread throughout the entire
Mediterranean region.
Commonly added to western soups and
stews and a variety of classic French
dishes, as well as being common in
eastern dishes such as biryani and curry,
the flavour of bay leaf is a familiar one
no matter what sort of food you
are used to eating. Bay leaves
are added during the cooking
process but removed before
consumption as they can be abrasive
to the mouth and esophagus.
Sometimes the leaves are
ground before being
added or
immersed in a
bag or strainer
to make removal easier. The secret
ingredient in a myriad of dishes, bay
leaves are a wonderful booster to
your favourite meal.
Paprika is made from air-dried red bell peppers, also called
sweet peppers. While the spice is well known for its popularity in
Hungarian cuisine, the bell pepper and the resultant
paprika actually originated in Central Mexico.
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Nutmeg is a warm, nutty, spice with amazing versatility.
Made from the dried and crushed seed of the nutmeg tree,
this flavour is native to Indonesia.
sparinglyif there is too much
clove it can become extremely
bitter. The spice pairs well with
allspice, vanilla, and cinnamon,
as well as onion, basil,
and peppercorns.
The next time you try a new
dish, look up the original
recipe—it may well call for
cloves, a remarkably versatile
ingredient.
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Nutmeg
A major player in western spice cake,
pumpkin pie, and related recipes
think just about anything with
cinnamoncloves add a warm,
sweet depth to a wide
variety of dishes.
This generous spice lends
well to meat and curry
dishes, as well as fruits and
spreads. Cloves are a powerful
flavour and should be used
The spice is best known to many
through its role in the famous “sweet
spice quartet,” consisting of nutmeg,
cinnamon, clove, and allspice.
Nutmeg is much more diverse than most
give it credit for, though. Not only does
the spice work well for sweets, it also
pairs well with warm autumn squashes
and earthy dishes. Nutmeg has
been used in soups, gravies,
stews, sweets, drinks, and
meat dishes in many
South Asian cultures. Many
European cultures add the spice
to starchy vegetables, and the
spice features regularly in
Italian dumplings.
Whatever it is you are
planning to whip up,
sweet or savoury and
from any part of the
world, try adding the warmth
and depth of nutmeg to the mix.
Cloves, most often found in their powdered form, are the dried
flower buds of the Syzygium aromaticum tree.
Native to Indonesia, the tree is now grown in many
different tropical areas.
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Most people recognise red chili flakes, also called crushed red pepper, as
one of the condiments on the table at the local pizza joint. Small shakers
are typically filled with red chili flakes in lieu of the standard salt and
pepper, then applied to the top of pizza and pasta dishes.
remarkable anti-inflammatory effects.
Many subscribers to Ayurvedic
medicine brew turmeric tea or stir up
a cup of golden milk—a sweet
bedtime drink—to maximise the
spice’s effect.
Whether you are looking to
support your bodily health
or try your hand at making
curry, turmeric is a
wonderful spice rack staple.
Turmeric
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Made from the dried and crushed roots
of the turmeric plant, its powdered
form is also recognizable by its
bright, golden-yellow hue. Turmeric
is often used as a colour
replacement for the much more
expensive spice saffron, and is even
used as a fabric dye in some cultures.
In Ayurvedic medicine—a traditional
healing system originating in India—
turmeric is purported to have
This particular spice consists of
coarsely crushed cayenne
peppers, with both the seeds
and flesh of the fruit included
in the final product.
Originally invented in a small
Macedonian town, red chili
flakes are used throughout the
world to enhance the heat and
flavour of a variety of dishes.
Some of the most common uses of
the product are soups and chowders,
spaghetti and pizza sauces, and a
variety of sausages. Many pickling
processes will also call for this
ingredient, adding a kick to the
fermentation.
With red chili flakes in your repertoire,
you’re well prepared to take on any
hearty meal.
Turmeric is a member of the ginger family well known for its
distinctive earthiness and pleasantly bitter taste. Long used in a
variety of Middle Eastern and South Asian cuisines, turmeric is a
main ingredient in many curry and rice dishes.
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Chili Powder, as it is known in the West, is a warm, flavourful
combination of many spices commonly used in South and
Central American cooking. All chili powders have, as the name
implies, chili peppers as their main ingredient.
as a part of the Ayurvedic traditional
medical system. Many people believe
that the spice is helpful in aiding
digestion.
Cumin’s earthy complexity lends well to a
large range of tastes, and its global
nature makes it a kitchen
necessity. When you have
ground cumin on hand,
you can take on just
about any national cuisine.
Cumin
Chili Powder
The plant itself is a flower, with the seeds
of its dried fruit forming what we call
cumin seasoning. These seeds
can be left whole and consumed
as they are, or pulverised to form
a cumin powder.
The ancient Greeks used cumin as a
table condiment, much as Moroccan
people do to this day. Also enormously
popular in Indian and other South Asian
cuisines, cumin is included
The hot, red powder of dried and
pulverised chilis is typically mixed with
cumin, garlic powder, and oregano,
though each recipe varies slightly.
The most commonly used chilis are red
chili peppers and cayenne peppers.
The heat of the chili powder will vary in
accordance with the type and the
amount of chili used, as well as
the properties of the other
spices mixed into it.
Chili powder is particularly popular in
the United States, as the primary
flavour agent in the much-loved chili
con carne.
Many South and Central American
cultures sprinkle it on fruit, lending a
remarkable dynamism to the
sweet-and-spicy mix.
Chili powder’s rich red colour adds a beautiful
tint to any dish, and its savoury heat livens up
breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Cumin is a remarkably global spice, common in cultural cuisines on
five continents. Originally cultivated in the Middle East, the spice
has since spread to become a culinary staple in everything
from chili con carne to Dutch cheese.
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Sesame seeds are a familiar sight to just about anyone who has
had a hamburger. The small, teardrop-shaped seeds are
regularly sprinkled over the top of a variety of baked goods,
including burger buns, and used in many non-European cuisines.
As an ancient resource long buried in the
mountains, Himalayan pink salt is free from
many of the modern-day impurities
imparted on table salt.
An all-natural ingredient, it does not receive
any additives or preservatives, ensuring that
the salt you consume is of the highest purity.
This impressive basic
ingredient is a great way to
upgrade breakfast, dinner,
and everything in between.
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An ancient source of sodium and
flavour, this spice is also rich in
minerals, offering calcium,
magnesium, potassium, copper,
and iron, amongst other
nutritional benefits.
This colourful salt can be used
much the same as traditional table
salt, sprinkled over just about any
dish. It is particularly useful in brines,
adding an extra bit of flavour and
nutrition to the mix.
A hearty and drought-resistant crop, sesame
has long been cultivated by many different
people groups across the globe. The spice
comes from the sesame flower, which grows
wild in India and many parts of Africa, and
has been successfully transplanted to a
number of tropical regions.
Sesame seeds are harvested from
the inside of oblong pods
attached to the stem of the
sesame flower. These tiny seeds are
remarkably rich in oil, imparting a nutty
flavour to a variety of dishes, as well as a
tasty, toasty aroma when cooked.
The next time you start craving
an everything bagel or want to
try your hand at making
tahini, you can reach for the
organic, fair-trade wonder of
sesame seeds in your pantry.
Despite its name, Himalayan pink salt does not hail from the
Himalayan Mountains. It is actually sourced from the Punjab region of
Pakistan, almost 200 miles away from its namesake mountain range.
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Anise seed comes from a family of flavours including star anise,
fennel, and licorice. A sweet spice, it is commonly used in teas
and a variety of desserts throughout Europe.
Long used for medicinal purposes, garlic
has powerful antibacterial properties.
Garlic powder makes an excellent
substitute for fresh garlic, with an
exchange of teaspoon garlic
powder for one clove of garlic.
Whatever dish you are making, garlic
is sure to go with it.
With garlic powder, you
always have this versatile
flavour on hand.
Garlic
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Garlic is an enormously popular
ingredient, beloved across the
globe for its unique, spicy
and sweet flavour.
It is a wonderful ingredient to
add to almost any dish, and is
particularly popular in sauces
and condiments such as
marinara, guacamole, and
a variety of curries.
It served as a digestive aid as far
back as the ancient Roman
Empire, featuring in after-dinner
cakes called mustaceoe, and still
today in Italian biscotti.
The spice also features in a
variety of global liquors,
including absinthe, Jägermeister,
and raki.
Some root beers even include
the taste of anise, its sweet
and strong flavour
complementing the array of
other herbs and spices used.
If you are setting out to bake
up some European dessert, or
brew your own batch of spirits,
anise seed is a fantastic flavour
to have around.
Garlic cloves come from the bulb of the garlic plant, which is a
relative of the onion. These bulbs are pulled from the soil, peeled and
separated, then dried and pulverised to form garlic powder.
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Celery seed comes not from the familiar green vegetable in
our soups and stews, but from a close relative of the plant.
Separated and dried, these seeds are small, oblong, and
light brown in colour.
chewy delights. If you are out of
baking powder, mix cream of
tartar with baking soda to make
up the difference and you’ll never
have to make an extra trip to the
store to finish that batch of
cookies.
Whatever delight you are
setting out to make, this
multi-tasking wonder can
take it to the next level.
Cream of Tartar
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Known in the scientific
community as potassium
bitartrate, this tiny miracle can
transform your most difficult
dishes into cake walks (even
actual cake!).
Cream of tartar can speed up
your meringues, put extra fluff in
your angel food cake, and turn
your regular old snickerdoodles
into tangy,
For such a tiny seed, they
pack quite a punch of
flavour. Tasting much like a
concentrated dose of celery,
they add a grassy, earthy
flavour to many foods.
Common in pickling and
brining, they add a strong
celery flavour without
requiring the vegetable itself.
Celery seeds are also
common in tangy edibles
such as coleslaw, salad
dressing, and bloody
marys.
If you are looking to add a
whole lot of earthy flavour
with just a sprinkle of
spice, celery seed is what
you need.
Cream of tartar is an ingredient that most people have heard of, but
few know how to use. Cream of tartar is no cream, but an acidic
powder developed as a byproduct of winemaking.
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Black cardamom shares some similarities with its better-known
cousin, green cardamom, but operates independently in the
world of spice and flavour.
cuisine, some know
cardamom for its role in
the Swedish sweet bun
kardemummabullar.
Whether you are looking
for a yummy, complex treat
in the morning, or settling
in for a comforting dinner
of curry, cardamom is the
spice on your mind.
Cardamom
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Only a little bit of cardmom is
needed for a whole lot of taste
throughout the dish. A star player in
much-loved chai tea, a common
complement to coffee in the Middle
East, and a strong flavour in many
savoury Indian dishes, cardamom
is well-known throughout the
East. Also popular in baking, and
particularly in Nordic
Bold and smoky, this
high-powered ingredient adds
an unexpected depth and
complexity to any dish.
The pods are dried over a fire,
lending them their smoky taste
and warm quality. It is one of the
main ingredients in garam
masala and cooks up well with
lentils, rice, red meat, collard
greens, and a number of
Szechuan dishes.
If you are looking for a bold,
uncommon flavour, black
cardamom is just the spice you
need.
Cardamom is a taste that many know, but few can name. Made from
dried, and sometimes ground, green pods, this warm and spicy
flavour features in a number of international favourites.
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Moringa is a fruit and leaf widely touted for its significant nutritional
benefits. Typically growing and ripening in summer, this powdered form
provides many of the benefits of the fresh fruit and leaves all year around.
classic dish. You can add this pepper
to your favourite cornbread recipe,
sprinkle it into your chili, or whip up a
batch of salsa. It also lends well to
meats and rubs, popcorn salt, and a
variety of vegetables. Some
bartenders use jalapeño powder in
their bloody marys as well.
Whatever your purpose, be it
baking, stewing, or pouring,
this jalapeño powder is sure
to do the trick and add a kick.
Jalapeño Powder
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Originating in Mexico, jalapeños are now
known throughout the world. Red when
fully ripened, the jalapeño is regularly
picked and consumed while still green. As
compared to many other peppers,
jalapeños have a wide range
of spice levels, varying
from mild to hot
depending on their cultivation
and preparation. This spice is a
perfect ingredient to have up your
sleeve when looking to add a kick to any
Regularly added to a number of Indian dishes,
particularly those originating in the south of
India, this powder serves particularly well as a
flavour enhancer. Many people use this spice
as an all-around additive to deepen the
complexities of a curry, korma, or dal. It is often
mixed into soups and batters, as well as serving
as a simple sprinkle overtop of the finished
meal. Moringa broth is also common
throughout Southern Asian
countries, and can be easily
made with this high-quality, all-organic
moringa powder. The nutritional
benefits of moringa are also
significant, providing a high
percentage of plant protein,
vitamin A, K, E, calcium, and
magnesium. Whether you are
looking for a nutritional boost
or that secret ingredient that has
been missing from your South Asian
dishes, Moringa powder is where your
search ends.
The jalapeño is one of the most well known peppers throughout the
western world. A spicy addition to a variety of cuisines, it adds a sharp
and pungent flavour in addition to packing a fair amount of heat.
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chili pepper used. This particular
blend runs hot, providing a rich depth
of flavour as well as a spicy kick. If you
are looking for a perfect base for your
next bowl of curry, you don’t need to
look any further than this.
Hot Cuy Powder
Curry powder typically contains curry
leaf, cumin, coriander, fenugreek,
turmeric, and chili pepper, with
the heat of the dish varying in
accordance with the amount of
familiar withcake, cookies, coffee
creamer, and ice creamvanilla can also
be used in more savoury items, like salad
dressing and dipping sauce. While many
recipes call for vanilla extract, there are
some dishes where only the bean will do.
There is no better way to give your
favorite cake a boost than a fresh and
fragrant vanilla bean.
Vanilla, the much loved dessert
flavouring, comes from a genus of
orchids by the same name.
The word itself translates from the
Spanish as “little pod.” Beyond the
sweet concoctions that we are all
Pine nuts are not actually nuts at
all, but seeds.
In North America, eight different
pine trees are commonly harvested
for their delectable flavour.
These fantastic little seeds feature
in much-loved dishes including
Italian pesto sauce and
Middle Eastern baklava.
Toss them on a salad or turn
them into dessert, this
ancient food is a tasty, piney
delight.
Onion powder is, as it sounds,
made from dehydrated and
ground onion bulbs.
Many chefs and home cooks find
that onion powder operates as a
secret ingredient—that extra
something that can transform
any dish from “missing
something” to “just right.”
Whisk it into salad dressing, add it
to gravy, mix it in with bread and
pizza dough, or sprinkle it over top
of just about anything savoury.
Friends and family are sure to
notice that your food has suddenly
gone up a notch.
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to black, and are a common flavour
throughout many regional Indian cuisines.
Fry them up with oil and curry leaves or
throw them in with lentils and rice. With
mustard seeds in your pantry, you are
ready to take on a whole new world
beyond the yellow sandwich spread.
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These small, round seeds
come from a variety of
mustard plants. Mustard
seeds are found in colours
ranging from yellow to white
and cayenne. Most people in the
western world are familiar with
tandoori masala through tandoori
chicken, butter chicken, tikka, and
paneer.
Our tandoori blend is the perfect
balance of sweet, savoury, and spicy,
lending an easy warmth to any dish.
Tandoori masala is an Indian and
Pakistani spice blend made
specifically for use with a tandoor
a traditional clay oven. Typically,
this spice blend contains garam
masala, garlic, ginger, onion,
Ground ginger is made from the dried
and powdered root of the ginger
flower, which is believed to have
originated in India. Ginger powder is
most commonly used for dessert and
drink recipes, such as gingerbread and
ginger beer. In recipes calling for fresh
ginger, powdered ginger is a perfect
replacement, used in much smaller
amounts due to its concentration.
Whether whipping up your
favourite South Asian dish or rolling
out the dough for gingerbread
men, high-quality, organic ginger is
the spice you want on hand.
Marjoram is an extremely
smooth, leafy herb often
compared to oregano in taste.
Popular in Mediterranean and
North American cooking, it is
commonly added to a wide
variety of dishes. Roasted
vegetables, stuffing, meat and
sausage dishes, and soups are
amongst the most common, though
marjoram makes appearances in a
wide variety of desserts as well.
Whether you are looking for
something sweet or savoury,
marjoram can provide the perfect
flavour to emphasise the dish.
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the traditional dishes of Morocco, India,
and Australia, amongst others. Coriander
has a very specific taste often described
as warm, nutty, and citrusy all at once. It
is the perfect spice to inspire any
comforting meal. From garam masala
to posole, coriander can always warm
you up.
Coriander
Coriander is made from the dried
and ground fruit of the cilantro plant,
and often incorrectly labeled as a
seed. Grown in tropical areas,
coriander has long been used in
peppercorn, cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg,
cardamom, bay leaf, and cumin. A star
in favourites like rogan josh and a
variety of curries, garam masala is a
beautiful blend of warm, complex
flavours. The next time you need a
pick-me-up, reach for the comfort of
our expertly blended garam masala.
Garam masala, a Hindi term, literally
translates to “hot mixture of spices.” A
common spice blend throughout India,
Pakistan, and other South Asian nations,
it typically contains black and white
When you taste Italian sausage, you taste
fennel. That distinctive, almost-bitter
flavour comes from the small, oblong
seeds of the fennel plant, which is also
the main flavouring in licorice candy. The
plant itself is well-loved, with edible
leaves and bulb. Native to the Mediterra-
nean, fennel has since come to be culti-
vated in many areas of the world. It is not
uncommon to see the bright yellow
buds alongside freeways, riverbanks,
and mountainsides. No matter if you
are craving meaty and savoury or
sweet and complex, fennel seed is
the perfect spice to set your creative,
culinary spirit loose.
Common throughout East Asia, Africa,
and North America, Sumac is made
from the fruit of flowering Rhus plants.
The bright red spice adds a sharp,
lemony taste to many different dishes.
Regularly used as a garnish on
hummus, sprinkled over top of salads,
and added to rice, kebab, and tashi,
the powder is a familiar sight
throughout many Middle Eastern
cuisines. Also added to traditional
drinks and smoking mixtures
throughout North America, this
versatile ingredient adds a
refreshing zing to more than just
your appetizer.
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in many ways to licorice. Used in popular
foods such as biryani and ph, as well as
the much-loved drink masala chai, star
anise is a well-known flavour. It is also a
major ingredient in the popular five-spice
blend of Chinese cooking. Lending a
powerful, sweet-and-spicy flavour to a
variety of cuisines, star anise is sure
to be a star in your pantry.
Star Anise
Star anise comes from illicium
verum, an evergreen tree common
in a number of South Asian
countries. Harvested just before
ripening, these star-shaped pods
offer a sweet, fragrant spice similar
goods, both sweet and savoury, are
common throughout Europe, and sweet
poppy seed buns are a tradition in the
Jewish festival of Purim. Best known in
the West for their presence in poppy seed
muffins and on top of everything bagels,
poppy seeds are a versatile, nutritious
addition. Beyond adding flavour and
texture, poppy seeds are also high in
zinc, iron, calcium, and phosphorus.
Poppy seeds are small, bean-shaped
seeds commonly sprinkled overtop of
pastries, pasta, and kormas around
the world. They are used whole,
ground into a paste, or pressed for
poppy seed oil. Poppy seed baked
The world’s most highly coveted spice,
saffron originates from a variety of Middle
Eastern crocus plants. Each plant bears
four flowers, and each flower bears three
bright red stigmas. These stigmas are
called threads. They are collected and
dried, used as a spice. Saffron offers a
complex flavour, both sweet and bitter at
once. The spice also imparts a bright,
golden colour to food and cloth.
If you are looking to make traditional
foods such as paella, bouillabaisse,
or Persian saffron rice, you can’t skip
out on this fragrant favourite spice.
Mace is a sweet, strong spice similar
to nutmeg. In fact, mace and
nutmeg come from the same tree,
and even the same seed pods.
Nutmeg is made from the seed that
the red, lacy mace surrounds. The
bright red spice adds a warm,
golden-orange colour to many
dishes, and is commonly used in
both sweet and savoury blends. A
more delicate iteration of nutmeg’s
flavour, mace is a perfect, mild
addition to pies, meat dishes,
stews, and a variety of Indian
dishes.
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entire dish all by itself, madras
curry makes a beautiful stand-
alone sauce. It can also be
combined with other strong
flavours, such as garam masala,
coriander, and cumin. If you are
craving a hot, complex kick of
flavour, madras curry is the
one-spice wonder you need.
Hot Madras Cuy
Madras curry is a hot curry blend, bright red in
colour and commonly combined with yoghurt or
coconut. Anise, ginger, and tamarind are all
stand-out flavours, combining well with the earthy
and smoky tastes of the other spices present. As
one of the few distinct flavours that can create an
somewhat off-putting aroma.
When cooked, asafoetida lends a
remarkable, deeply savoury flavour
to a variety of dishes. If you are
looking for that secret ingredient
missing from your Indian daal,
asafoetida just might be it.
Asafoetida is a spice little known in the
western world, but common in many
eastern nations. This plant, cultivated
throughout India and the Middle East, is
perhaps best known for its pungent,
Arrowroot is a starch derived from a
number of tropical plant roots. This
remarkable powder operates as a
binder, thickener, and preservative.
Commonly used in baked goods,
preserves, soups, and sauces,
arrowroot’s neutral flavour is an asset,
allowing it to disappear behind the
other flavours while supporting
structure and texture.
Whether baking, stewing, or
canning, arrowroot is a helpful
ingredient to keep around the
kitchen.
Fenugreek has been common
throughout the eastern world for
centuries. Most often used in the
form of dried seeds, it also offers
flavourful leaves and sprouts.
Fenugreek seeds are particularly
popular in a number of Indian
dishes, used in pickling vegetables
and flavouring daals. Next
time you pull out a pot to
whip up a savoury eastern
dish, you’ll know right
where to find this lovely
ingredient.
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purposes, it is perhaps best known
for its cosmetic effects—a star
ingredient in many shampoos and
lotions. Whether you’re cooking up
lunch or a DIY face mask, amla is
great to have on hand.
Indian Gsebey (Amla)
Indian Gooseberry, also known as amla,
comes from a tree of the same name.
Remarkably high in nutrition content,
the fruit offers vitamin C, calcium,
iron, and vitamin B, amongst others.
While amla is used for a variety of cooking
Rarely eaten raw, carom are regularly dry
roasted or fried in clarified butter (ghee),
tempering some of the bitterness and
allowing the other notes to come through.
Whether you fry them up or toss them in
with some lentils, carom is a unique and
engaging flavour to add to your repertoire.
This unique spice goes by many names.
Known as Carom and thymol in the West and
Ajwain in the East, the flavour originated
in India and Pakistan. The plant produc-
es small, oval fruits with a strong, bitter
taste often compared to anise and thyme.
Mango powder, also referred to
as amchoor, is made from the
dried and pulverised fruit of
green, unripe mango. While
mango powder has its roots
in a very specific cuisine, it
happily lends a sweet
acidity to any plate to
which it is applied.
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Caraway, also referred to as meridian
fennel and Persian cumin, comes from
the flowering plant of the same name.
Caraway is often best recognised for the
flavour that it imparts to rye and
pumpernickel bread. Havarti cheese is
another well-known item that features
the flavour of caraway, as is the rich
spice blend, harissa. Also used in
desserts, alcohols, and a variety of
appetizers, sides, and entrees, this
European flavour is a powerhouse
spice, transforming the
dishes that it is added to
without overtaking their flavours.
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overtop of roasted root vegetables and
mixed into pancake batter. This spice blend
even enables you to be the barista and
recreate your favourite fall latte at home. No
matter the canvas—be it pie or
pancakes—pumpkin pie spice paints a
beautiful and familiar flavour profile.
Pumpkin Pie Spice
Pumpkin Pie Spice is a familiar flavour, used in
traditional pumpkin pie since the late 1800s. A
simple combination of familiar flavours, this
comforting blend features cinnamon,
nutmeg, ginger, cloves, and allspice. The
spice works beautifully in its namesake
pumpkin pie, as well as sprinkled
liqueurs. Sometimes added to sauerkraut
and other soaked or fermented dishes,
juniper tends to take its time imparting
its rich flavour. Essential oils extracted
from the cones are regularly used in
perfume and aromatherapy. Whether
you’re aiming for a pot roast or a bottle
of gin, this sweet and piney spice adds
a bright twist of flavour.
Juniper berries are, remarkably, not berries at all but
unique seed cones with a berry-like appearance.
Perhaps best known for infusing gin with its
distinctive, piney flavour, this fresh taste is often
used in European meat dishes. In Scandinavian
countries, juniper is regularly added to roasts and
Harissa is a hot, complex blend of smoky, chili
pepper flavours. This aromatic spice blend
originated in the Maghreb region and is widely used
in North African and Middle Eastern cooking.
Perhaps most closely associated with Moroccon
cuisine, this bright red powder is typically composed
of hot, smoked chili peppers, garlic, cumin,
coriander, caraway, and mint. Mixed with olive oil,
it forms a thick and heat-packed
condiment paste. A versatile flavour,
harissa is a wonderful addition to
soups, marinades, hummus,
pizza, and dip, amongst
other things.
Haria
Juniper Beies
Pomegranates are a sweet, complex fruit featuring a
collection of small, juicy seeds encased within a
ruby-coloured pod. Ground pomegranate, also
known as anardana, is a powder made from the
dried seeds of the pomegranate fruit. Commonly
used in Indian and Persian cooking to add a sour
tang, this spice can be added to slow roasting dishes,
growing better over time. Well suited to chutneys,
relishes, marinades, and spice rubs, this bright spice
lends new life to tired meals. Whether
you are adding a pile of fruit to your plate
or slowly roasting a shoulder of
meat, ground
pomegranate is a sweet,
sour, complex flavour that lifts
the profile of the entire meal.
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over time, most notably as an
antiseptic and mild, topical anesthetic.
If eaten in large enough quantity, the
herb can numb the tongue. Whether
you are whipping up a batch of
from-scratch pizza sauce or adding
the finishing touches to your roasted
vegetable side dish,
Oregano is the flavour you
need to carry the meal
into authenticity.
Oregano
Rosemary
Best recognised as the "pizza herb," the
flavour is central to Italian pizza sauce,
as well as a variety of roasted or
grilled fish, poultry, red meat,
and vegetable dishes. It is
also a common ingredient
in traditional dishes
throughout the
Mediterranean region, the
Philippines, and Argentina.
Oregano has served many medicinal purposes
Originating near the Mediterranean,
the flavour of rosemary has long been
key in a variety of European food
cultures. Its oil is often used in
fragrance diffusers and burnt as
incense, and the scent has made its
way into a number of well-known
personal perfumes, shampoos, and
conditioners. In culinary use, the herb
imparts a strong, sweet, and
earthy taste. This flavour is
much loved and
commonly used in a number of European
and North African breads and stuffings. It
also serves as a familiar flavour in many
roasted meat and vegetable dishes.
Historically used as a preservative, a love
charm, and a symbol of remembrance,
rosemary is a complex and storied
herb. It also happens to make a
perfect addition to breakfast,
lunch, and dinner.
Oregano is a floral, lemony, and somewhat bitter herb that
tastes best when dried. Its small leaves feature most
prominently in Italian cuisine, particularly Southern Italian
and Italian-American dishes.
Rosemary is a much-loved fragrant herb with soft, deep green,
needle-like leaves. The plant is one of the few that is equally
well-known for both its taste and its smell.
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as green pesto sauce, bruschetta,
and minestrone soup. Its flavour is
comparable to the spice anise in
some ways, adding a unique depth
and flavour to a variety of foods.
Dried basil is commonly added to
moist dishes or sprinkled over the
top of a rice, meat, or pasta
dish as a finishing touch.
Basil
Chives
Many religious groups regard the
leaf as holy.
There are a number of
flavour varieties in this
family of soft, green leaves.
The most common in the
West is called sweet basil or
Genovese basil and stars in
famous Italian dishes such
Offering a fairly mild flavour, chives bring
a slight savoury zing to any dish.
Long used across the globe, chives are
most often a topping or garnish. Some of
the herb’s more famous dishes are Asian
chive pancakes and potato salad. Chives
are also well-known in French cuisine,
dubbed a member of the nation’s fines
herbes, and feature prominently in
traditional Swedish foods.
Even if you only ever use chives as a
topping, there are endless
options—fancy toast, a variety of
appetizers, morning eggs, soups and
salads, and roasted vegetables to
name a few.
If you are going for a small snack
or an elaborate dinner party, chives
are the perfect “something extra” to
take your food up a notch or two.
Basil, also known as St. Joseph's Wort in some regions of the world, has
long been fondly nicknamed the "king of herbs." A feature of myth and
lore since the beginning of time, basil has been associated with everything
from physical and mental strength, to romantic love, to hatred.
Chives are small, green stalks similar to scallions in both
appearance and flavour. This common herb is regularly sprinkled
overtop of favourites such as baked potatoes and lox and bagels.
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particularly those that are based in
coconut milk. The herb even works
surprisingly well in smoothies, juices,
and iced teas, as well as sprinkled
over almost any Chinese dish.
Whether you are hoping to dive into
the flavours of Central and South
America or need a tall, cold
drink after a long hot day,
cilantro is there to get
you through it feeling
bright and refreshed.
Coriandar Leaves
Mint
It is a strong flavour that is
simultaneously sweet, sour, and bitter.
It provides a cooling note to many hot
and spicy dishes, and pairs well with a
number of unexpected flavours. Add
cilantro to salsa, guacamole, and
chimichurri sauce, or toss it in
with a bean dish, soup, or
meat marinade. Cilantro is
also a wonderful complement
to many different curries from
many different nations,
Fragrant perennials, these plants are
hardy and can thrive in a variety of
climates, though they fare best in wet
areas. Featuring as an important
flavour throughout history, mint has
been found everywhere from
Egyptian tombs to Aztec medicines
to English floorboards.
Warm and sweet at first taste, the
herb offers a cool finish to its
profile. It is enormously popular
in drinks, both hot and iced, as well
as a variety of sweet and savoury
dishes and sides. Mint jelly is a
famous iteration of the flavour,
commonly served with lamb
and a number of Middle
Eastern dishes.
The herb is also well-known
for its presence in holiday
desserts, ice cream, syrups, liqueurs,
chewing gums, and cocktails.
Cilantro, also known as coriander or Chinese parsley in some
parts of the world, is a bright green, soft-leaved herb that
adds a refreshing, citrus-esque flavour to a variety of dishes.
Mint, best known for its varieties of spearmint and peppermint, is
a pungent green herb common throughout Europe, Africa, Asia,
Australia, and North America.
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In medicinal terms, sage and its
essential oil has been shown to
improve memory, alertness, and
mood, as well as combat
headaches.
With a savoury kick, sage is sure to
bring out the best in your dishes
all through the fall and winter.
Sage
Parsley
Its minty, rosemary-esque
warmth is familiar to many
through its role in the
famous United States
Thanksgiving turkey
dressing. The herb also
pairs well with cheese,
mushrooms, and eggs.
In much the same way that a
squeeze of lime or lemon will enhance
a salad or a bowl of guacamole, a
sprinkle of parsley will bring breakfast,
lunch, or dinner to a whole new level.
With a balanced distribution of the
five tastes, our taste buds are pleased.
Adding parsley doesn’t typically make
the dish taste a particular way, it
simply balances the flavours if
there was not already a bitter
element present. Cuisines all over the
world add a little parsley for interest,
aesthetic appeal, and to bring a
balancing bitter flavour to their
meals.
Widely used in European,
Middle Eastern, and
Western Asian cooking,
the herb is very often
the taste that fixes that
“something is missingfeeling.
Parsley is an herb all too often overlooked, or perhaps left on
the side of your plate at the diner. Originating in the
Mediterranean area, the delicate, frilled leaves offer a mild
bitter flavour that brightens any savoury dish.
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Sage is a mediterranean herb long used for both culinary and
medicinal purposes. Regarded as an essential British spice, it
offers a peppery, savoury flavour and is central to many
Western holiday dishes.
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embalming process and by the ancient
Greeks in their holy temples. Drought
and heat tolerant, as well as resistant to
freezing, thyme is an evergreen herb.
Throw it into a loaf of bread, add it to
your baked root vegetables, or sizzle it
up with your tri-tip, enjoying the deep,
and almost piney flavour it imparts.
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Holy Basil (Tulsi)
Thyme is a much-loved flavour in
the West, often accompanying star
ingredients in savoury dishes such
as stews and steaks.
Long celebrated throughout the
world, thyme was used by the
ancient Egyptians in the
This herb is consumed
alone, as a tea, or mixed
with ghee (clarified butter).
In cooking, the leaf is most
present in Thai food, and
most famously in phat
kaphrao, a holy basil and
meat stir fry.
Holy basil, also called tulsi, is a spicy, peppery leaf
often compared to clove in flavour.
In Vaishnava Hinduism, the herb is considered
to be holy. In Ayurveda, an Eastern medical
tradition, the herb is considered to be an “elixir of
life,” providing health and longevity.
Long cultivated for both culinary
and medicinal purposes, tarragon
offers a sweet flavour to a
number of traditional dishes.
The plant has the impressive
distinction of being one of the four
fines herbes of classic French
cooking, acting as the main
flavouring in the famous Béarnaise
sauce. Regularly steeped in liquids, such
as vinegar and carbonated soda, the
herb lends well to both sweet and
savoury interpretations.
It pairs with meat, vegetables, and rice
of nearly all varieties, and is a
wonderful flavour to keep on hand.
Thai basil is a particular variety of the well-known
sweet basil family. Common throughout Southeast
Asia, this dark green leaf features purple-red
stems and a slightly spicy taste. Many are familiar
with the specific flavour of Thai basil through its
presence in popular Thai dishes such as Thai
green curry and drunken noodles.
Thai basil also serves as a condiment in many
Vietnamese dishes, with a plate of it appearing
beside a bowl of ph.
Whether you are looking to
replicate a dish from the local
Thai restaurant or try your hand
at ph, the pungent flavour of
Thai basil is sure to bring the depth
that you are looking for.
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Savoury is a small, bright green herb,
often compared to sage in flavour.
A popular dressing for a variety of
poultry and pork dishes, it also
features in meat pies and pasties. A
characteristic member of the French
herbes de Provence, its flavour lends
well to grilled meats, stews, sauces,
and sausages. The herb even features
as a main cultural condiment in
Bulgarian cuisine, sitting in a small
bottle on the table in place of the
common ground black pepper.
Whatever hearty meal you are
cooking up, savoury is a perfect
addition to the marinade.
Savoury
grass is regularly added to everything
from Thai green curry to egg rolls to
Japanese katsu.
You can add both greenery and bright,
acidic flavour with the addition of
a few leaves of lemongrass.
This simple ingredient is sure to
elevate your favourite dishes.
As its name suggests, lemongrass is
noted for its citrusy flavour. It is a
much loved herb that brightens
almost any dish.
Common in many Asian cuisines, the
Lemongra
Dill seeds are long, flat,
oblong pods that,
surprisingly, taste little like
their plant, dill weed. Like
its name suggests, dill is a
star ingredient in dill
pickles, as well as pickled
beets, carrots, and fish.
In addition to European cuisine,
dill features in a number of Indian
daals and broths. The bright
flavour of dill perfectly cuts an
otherwise overly-rich dish and is
a wonderful go-to in cooking,
chopping, and pickling.
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are lavender, fennel seeds, sage,
and tarragon. Perfect for dry
rubs, herbes de Provence is a
lovely seasoning for meats, fish,
and vegetables. With a signature
taste and a place in the culinary
hall of fame, herbes de
Provence is an instant ticket to
the French countryside.
Herbes de Provence is a sweet and woody seasoning
blend that features a variety of herbs common
throughout the South of France. Widely used
in the famous culinary tradition of the region,
a a typical blend includes savoury, rosemary,
marjoram, and thyme. Some less common additions
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DEEP IRON PINK
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HIMALAYAN SALT
Deep Iron Pink Himalayan Salt is
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Our salt is mined from ancient, pristine
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East West Spice brings the warmth, depth, and flavour of Earth’s eastern reaches
into your western kitchen. Based out of Northern California, our company is on a
mission to provide our customers with the most delicious, pure, fresh, organic, and
ethically sourced spices that the world has to offer. We work directly with growers
in more than half-a-dozen Asian countries, carefully selecting spices at their exact
point-of-origin.
Our team desires to make the deep, complex flavours of eastern dishes more
accessible to our friends and family out West. The rich food cultures of South and
Southeast Asia are particularly close to our hearts, and are sure to become close to
yours as well. These remarkable dishes regularly combine sweet and savory, bitter
and tangy, salty and spicy like few others can. By providing greater access to
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