Products

Pure Lemon Extract

While most people associate lemon extract with sweet dishes like cakes and cookies, its fresh citrus flavor can bring depth to a range of sweet and savory dishes.

Pure Vanilla Extract

Our Spice Islands® pure 100% vanilla extract is so rich and naturally sweet, there’s no need to add corn syrup like some other brands.

Red Curry Powder

The red curry that hails from Thailand (kaeng phet as it is known), like most curries, incorporates a complex combination of spices and herbs.

Rosemary

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...

Sage

Native to the Mediterranean, sage is actually a member of the mint family. It has a warm and spicy, almost balsamic flavor that makes it a natural match for meats and stuffings.

Sea Salt Adjustable Grinder

We collect our Spice Islands® sea salt from the low waters of the Mediterranean. Gathered in pans, we leave it in the warm sun and gentle breeze to evaporate. The result is a salt that’s...

Sesame Seed

Used in cooking since 1600 BC, sesame seeds are a favorite of bakers. Their mild, nutty flavor complements breads, pastries, cakes and cookies especially well.

Smoked Paprika

Vividly red in color, smoked paprika is made from ground Capsicum chili peppers. Although it doesn’t pack the punch you’d expect from a chili. Instead, it has a delicate aroma and a sweetly smoky flavor.

Smoky Mesquite Adjustable Grinder

There are few flavors that are more associated with barbecue than mesquite. Our Spice Islands® smoky mesquite seasoning makes it easy to add that classic barbecue flavor to any dish without hours of slow cooking...

Snipped Chives

One of the world’s most popular herbs, chives are a member of the onion family.

Southern Style Crunchy Panko

You want that meal that harkens warm evenings and porch-sippin’ lemonade. Well this is the stuff that’ll give you that.

Spanish Threads Saffron

The most expensive spice in the world, saffron comes from the stigma of a violet crocus. Pervasively fragrant and intensely flavored, a single pinch of saffron can flavor an entire recipe.

Spicy Curry Powder

An essential component in Indian cooking, curry can describe an entree, such as chicken curry, or the combination of spices used to flavor it.

Sriracha Spicy Seasoning

Thailand. Just the word evokes images and tastes of the exotic, the tempting. It is from Thailand that sriracha, one of the most universally loved spice blends, calls home.

Star Anise

Like a stronger version of anise seeds, star anise has a distinct, spicy licorice flavor.

Summer Savory

Often compared to marjoram or thyme, summer savory has a spicy aroma and pungent, peppery flavor that’s milder and less penetrating than its cousin, winter savory.

Sweet Basil

A staple in Southern European food, basil is one of the most widely used herbs in the world.

Tarragon

There are two main varieties of tarragon, Russian and French. While their flavors are similar, French tarragon tends to have a more pungent flavor and aroma.

Tellicherry Black Peppercorn

The world’s most popular and frequently traded spice, black pepper is prized for its hot, biting flavor and pungent aroma.

Thyme

Spicy with a minty edge, thyme adds a distinctive flavor to food, becoming even more complex when blended with other herbs.

Toasted Sesame Seed

With their nutty taste and delicate crunch, toasted sesame seeds are an excellent way to add depth and texture to recipes.

Turmeric

A cousin of ginger root, turmeric has a rich, woody aroma and warm, pungent flavor.