Our Spices


Cinnamon is the dried bark of the perennial tree of C.zeylanicum of the Lauraceae family. Truecinnamon is native to Sri Lanka. Cinnamon is originally grown wild in central hill country of SriLanka. The history of cinnamon dates back to about 2800 B.C where it can be found referenced as”kwai” in Chinese writings. Cinnamon is even mentioned in the Bible when Moses used it as an ingredient for his anointing oil in ancient Rome. It was burned in Roman funerals perhaps partlyas a way forward to off the odor of dead bodies. Read more..

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Cardamom, known as the “Queen of Spices” is a perennial herbaceous plant with a pseudo stem and thick irregular shaped rhizomes. Cardamom grows wild in the Western Ghats of Southern India. Many historical texts mention cardamom as a flavoring and medicinal crop. The medical compendium Charaka Sanhita written between the 2nd centaury A.D. refers to it as an ingredient in some drug preparations. Cardamom is also mentioned in Sanskrit texts of the 4th centaury B.C. Read more..

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The clove tree is a medium sized symmetrically shaped tree with smooth grey bark canopy has a cone shape. Fully matured trees grows upto 15 -20m. It is believed to be originated in Maluku Islands in Indonesia. Clove along with nutmeg and pepper were highly prized in Roman Era. Cloves were traded by Arabs in the Middle ages but in the 15th century Portugal took over the trade. The Portuguese brought large quantities of cloves to Europe mainly from Malku Islands. Read more..

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Nutmeg Mace

Nutmeg and its mace have been used for culinary and medicinal purposes for centuries. They were highly valued in ancient times and traded along the Spice Route between Asia and Europe. In the 16th century, the Dutch established a monopoly on nutmeg production in the Banda Islands, leading to conflicts between European powers. Today, nutmeg and mace are grown in various parts of the world, including Sri Lanka. Read more..

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Nutmeg is a perennial evergreen spice tree and a native of Molluccas in East Indonesia. There is some evidence to suggest that the Roman priests may have burned nutmeg as a form of incense. It is also known to have been used as a prized and costly spice in medieval cuisine, used as flavorings, medicines, preserving agents and that was at the time highly valued in the European markets. Read more..

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Pepper is the most widely used spice in the world and known as “King of the Spices”. Pepper crop is native to South Asia and historical records reveal that pepper is originated in South India. Peppercorns were a much-prized trade good often referred to also as “black gold” and used by as a form of commodity money. Until well after the Middle age, virtually all of the black pepper found in Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa traveled there from India’s Malabar region. Read more..

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Crafting Flavorful Traditions: Uniting Quality, Sustainability, and Spice Mastery

Uncompromising Quality

we believe that exceptional spices start with uncompromising quality. We meticulously source and handpick the finest ingredients from our own modern farms and trusted out-growers under our management. Our commitment to maintaining strict quality standards ensures that every spice we offer meets the highest benchmarks of freshness, flavor, and purity. From cultivation to processing, we employ rigorous techniques to preserve the natural essence of each spice, unlocking its full aromatic potential.

Sustainable Sourcing

We pride ourselves on sustainable sourcing, valuing the environment for future generations. Our spices are grown organically, prioritizing ecological balance and biodiversity. Collaborating with dedicated out-growers, we promote sustainable agriculture, minimize chemical usage, and protect local ecosystems. Enjoy the distinct flavors of nature while supporting a sustainable, Eco-friendly culinary journey

Exquisite Spice Collection

we are dedicated to curating a collection of premium, organically grown spices. Sourced from our own modern farms and carefully managed out-growers, our spices are cultivated with unwavering commitment to strict quality standards. Embrace the flavors of our meticulously harvested and expertly processed spices, as we bring you the finest ingredients for enhancing your culinary creations.