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” (Cinnamomumzeylanicum).
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 white spherical peppercorn forms.
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 a quick energy boost.
From the flowers of the coconut tree is a natural sweetener to enhance your sweet tooth. Our Ceylon Naturals coconut sugar derives from the sap of the coconut tree, which is harvested from the flowers.
Organic White Pepper (Piper nigrum) is known for its strong rich aroma, unique spicier taste, consistency, and its natural goodness.