Used to make the rich, chocolatey sauce traditional to Mexico, Mole Poblano. This Mexican sauce is a true delicacy full of the deep rich flavours of cocoa, tomatoes, and the spiciness of this exotic Mole spice blend. Use traditionally to make this delectable sauce or use the spice mix to create a wonderful depth of Mexican flavour in your slow-cooked meat dishes, to add a little kick to your beans, or even sprinkle on some steaks before grilling. This blend has been used in Mexican cooking for eons and we can certainly see why!
Our Mexican Mole Poblano spice blend is used to make the rich, aromatic chocolatey sauce traditionally used in festive Mexican cooking. (Mole Poblano is pronounced "Mole - ay "). This Mexican sauce is a true delicacy full of the deep rich flavours of cocoa, tomatoes, and the spiciness of this exotic Mole spice blend. Use traditionally to make this delectable sauce or use the spice mix to create a wonderful depth of Mexican flavour in your slow-cooked meat dishes, to add a little kick to your beans, or even sprinkle on some steaks before grilling. This blend has been used in Mexican cooking for eons and we can certainly see why!
All of our blends are full of spices that are beneficial to your health. They are preservative-free, additive-free, and filler-free. The intense flavour from our spice blends means a little goes a long way.
Made from imported and local ingredients: Ancho chilli, bell peppers, cinnamon, salt, coriander, cloves, thyme, oregano, pepper, and star anise.
Sichuan Pepper is an oriental fruit grown on a small ash tree native to the Sichuan province of China. Even though it is called pepper, it is not a true pepper and is not related to black peppercorns, which are from India. The berries have a warm peppery fragrance, with citrus notes & a clean fresh aftertaste leaving a slightly numbing sensation on the tongue. It is the outer husk that has all the flavour, the internal hard black seed is edible but can add a bitter taste. It is a key ingredient in Chinese cuisine and used in some Asian recipes. It is used in our chilli sichuan salt and calamari salt and pepper blends.
Black Pepper is picked from the flowering vine of the peppercorn plant and is the most pungent and flavourful variety of Pepper. Black peppercorns are picked green and then dried to 12% moisture content. The cracked form tends to be used in grinders and preserving meats. It has a woody flavour with a spicy heat. Pepper is used in all cultures and all types of cuisine. Also, it is known for improving digestion.
Pepper Lemon is a lovely blend of pepper, lemon peel, citric acid and herbs and spices. This classic blend has a citrus flavour that can be used as everyday cooking to add flavour to any fresh and cooked dishes. It can be sprinkled onto fish, chicken or vegetables. Perfect for adding a zesty warm kick to dishes. A great alternative to regular black pepper for a bit of a different unique flavour. Add into dishes and sauces or simply use to sprinkle on top as a seasoning. Whip into softened butter to make a delicious lemony herb butter perfect for basting roast chicken in or just spread on a warm piece of toast for a snack or side to any meal. Stir through a cream sauce and add to pasta.
Pepper Mill Mix is a blend of pink, green, white and black whole peppercorns, which produce beautiful colours. The pepper is noted for its strong aromatic pungency. This exotic blend complements most dishes with its amazing flavours due to each of the different peppercorn taste. It is good for use in grinders.
Our Smoky BBQ rub is a must have for any cook passionate about grilling. We came up with this blend with the idea of having it as a staple on-hand spice mix in the pantry for whatever occasion strikes. Whether it be roasting potatoes or grilling meat let this blend do all the flavour work for you!
Sumac crushed is obtained from the dried berries from a bush that grows in the Middle East and southern Italy, and it is essential for Middle-Eastern cuisine especially Persian, Lebanese, and Turkish. In Middle Eastern cooking, sumac is used as a souring agent instead of lemon or vinegar. Sumac is delicious on roast meat & in particular lamb when mixed with paprika, pepper & oregano. It has a tangy, lemony, and fruity sour flavour and a fruity aroma that was once used as the tart, acid element by Romans. It can be used as a substitute of lemon in any dish on which you might squeeze fresh lemon juice. Also, its deep red-dark purple colour makes it a very attractive garnish.