Introducing Garlic Blends
Make the most of your daily cooking, Spice Islands created savory, flavorful, all-in-one wallet-friendly blends with familiar flavors for convenient must haves!
One of the oldest known spices, anise has a unique licorice-like flavor. But it’s unique in other ways too.
Unlike spices, arrowroot isn’t prized for its taste or aroma. It’s prized for its lack of taste or aroma.
An essential ingredient in Mediterranean dishes, bay leaves add a sharp, warm flavor to soups, sauces and marinades.
We source our Spice Islands® bourbon vanilla beans only from Madagascar, considered by gourmet chefs and master bakers to be the world’s finest.
The caraway plant is one of the oldest members of the parsley family and has been used for a variety of purposes since 3000 BC.
Chile peppers are grown around the world, on every continent. But the amount of heat they have depends on the variety of pepper and the climate theyre grown in.
The coriander plant gives us two spices, coriander and cilantro.
With its rich hue and warm aroma, cinnamon brings spicy sweetness to all kinds of baked goods. But all cinnamon is not the same.
With a warm flavor that’s spicy and sweet, coriander is an ideal spice for curries and spicier sauces.
Tartaric acid, or cream of tartar, is the natural by-product of fermented grapes, collected from the wall of the casks used to age fine wines.
Essential in African and Mexican dishes, crushed red pepper gives a hot bite to any dish you add it to.
Indigenous to the Mediterranean, rosemary has a warm, peppery aroma and a piney flavor with hints of nutmeg. Its strong flavor imparts both sweet and savory notes to food and works well in a variety...
Depending on where its grown and when its harvested, the flavor of ginger can range from spicy warmth to biting heat.
Despite the name, dill weed isn’t a weed at all. Instead, it comes from the feathery leaves of a sturdy, delicate-looking annual.
All parts of the fennel plant can be eaten, but its the seeds that generate the most culinary interest, thanks to their warm, anise-like aroma and fresh, slightly sweet flavor.
The world’s most popular and frequently traded spice, black pepper is prized for its hot, biting flavor and pungent aroma.
Our Spice Islands® garlic is harvested in California, then put through a unique process to create a garlic powder that has similar flavor notes to fresh garlic.
Allspice has a sweet taste that’s reminiscent of a number of different spices, including cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg.
While many spices come from the fruit of plants, few have as fruity or enticing an aroma as cardamom.
To create the perfect chipotle chile, you actually start with a jalapeño.
Cloves come from the dried, unopened flower buds of a small evergreen tree native to the fabled Spice Islands.
An essential part of curries and chili con carne, cumin is one of the most widely used spices in the world.
Depending on where it’s grown and when it’s harvested, the flavor of ginger can range from spicy warmth to biting heat.
In its raw form, mustard is somewhat tame. It takes water or another nonacidic liquid to activate myrosinase, the enzyme responsible for that classic hot mustard taste.