Allspice, a dried berry, owes it's name to the fact that it's flavor resembles a combination of clove, cinnamon, and nutmeg. The allspice tree is an evergreen which has a thin, pale yellow bark which peels away annually. White flowers appear in small clusters bearing round berries which have a sweet pungent taste and an intense scent. The problem with store-bought Allspice is that normally it is ground and looses its flavor in a few months and it is expensive. We have seen prices n the internet for up to $3.65 for 1 1/2 ounces plus shipping costs! We offer you good, fresh berries at 1/2 the cost!
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We are proud to introduce our new line of Gourmet Herbs and Spices. We buy in bulk and re-pack our herbs in spices in easy-to-use zip lock type bags. This enables you to save up to 50% over supermarket or spice store prices!
Our spices are marked with a clear expiration date and are re-packed in our very sanitary facilities.