Gourmet Guide to Sweet Spices
Exotic, sweet, and multifaceted, Flavorbank’s imported Sweet
Spices are an essential part of every kitchen. They can be used in everything from cereals to desserts and beyond.
How about a pinch of cinnamon or vanilla powder in your morning coffee? Indulge your senses with these spectacular
aromas and flavors which will enhance even the simplest recipe.
Cinnamon Sticks Use Whole Cinnamon Sticks to flavor Mulled Wine, Coffee and Cocoa. Use as Swizzle Sticks in Hot Buttered
Rum and Hot Toddies.
Ground Cinnamon Imported from Korintje. Use in cakes, puddings and Cinnamon Sugar.
Whole Nutmeg From
the Caribbean. Many cooks insist on grating the whole nutmeg to be assured of the real, rich, fresh flavor. Also
good for slingshots.
Ground Nutmeg Imported from East India. Wonderful for most egg and cheese dishes. Useless with a slingshot.
Tahitian Vanilla Bean
Botanically different from the vanilla orchid grown in other parts of the world. Prized
by European connoisseurs for its rich aromatic properties and flavor.
Whole Cloves From the Moluccas Islands. The essential sweet spice, cloves are warming and fragrant with a peppery
aroma and a sweet taste reminiscent of vanilla.
Whole Allspice From the Jamaican Islands. Also known as Jamaican Pepper, Allspice contains characteristics of sever
spices, namely cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg.
Spice Delight An original Flavorbank blend. A spicy alternative to pumpkin pie seasoning, Spice Delight can also be
used in all holiday baking. Also great with ham and squash.