Exclusively grown and harvested with utmost care and precision under a tropical climate that presents a desirable temperature and humidity, spices that originate from Sri Lanka are pure, complete with wholesome flavor and a rich aroma in its all-natural state: just as it should be. Henceforth, the quality of spices that CEIAL feels honored to lay expertise upon is no exception to this rule either, and every herb that is delivered to our consumers is assured to have been done so under nothing short of the most superlative, indeed!
From timely exports of raw ingredients that are of excellent standard, here is our complete range of spices that are available by the bulk as well as in smaller quantities customized to your requirements.ABOUT US
Ceylon cinnamon, native to Sri Lanka, has a great fragrance, enhances the flavor & quality of food. With the confusion on Cassia, Ceylon cinnamon is aptly coined as “true cinnamon”...
Mace (Myristicafragans) cocoons the nutmeg stone within its outer shell. This is very common amongst culinary artists for its properties that are similar to, yet milder than Nutmeg.
Pepper (Piper nigrum) is known for its strong aroma and unique taste. Harvested from pepper vines, the tiny fruits are picked and dried to yield the spices in black or...
A prized spice, best used in its plump, bud form, clove (Syzygiumaromaticum) is not only known for quickly enlivening a dish but also for its general medicinal properties.
This spice is derived from the tree Myristicafragrans. Used as immediate pick-me-up in foods to boost the taste. It’s also well-known for its medicinal properties.
Moringa (oleifera) are rapidly gaining a reputation for being a super-food that is rich in Vitamins. This is widely used for traditional cooking for improving human health and even
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Ceylon cinnamon, the “Queen of all spices” is native to Sri Lanka and has a great fragrance and automatically enhances the flavor and quality of any food. Cassia does no justice to the distinctive aroma of what Ceylon cinnamon exudes which is why the latter has been aptly coined as “true cinnamon” (Cinnamomumzeylanicum).
Being the scraped inner bark of the Cinnamomum tree, this spice is sold in the form of quills, with one overlapped against the other in tandem. A splendid addition to delicacies both sweet and savory, Cinnamon has also played a pivotal role in aromatherapy and perfumery, rest assured.LEARN MORE