Quarterly Cultural Blends

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¨Every Quarter, entice your taste buds with 3 of Spice Society’s hand crafted Cultural Spices Blends.  Along with your Blends, you will receive a unique code that will give you access to recipes, video demos, recipe contests, our Flavor Blog & more: We’ve traveled the globe, meeting with growers in countries like India, China, France, Japan, Mexico, Turkey, Israel., Peru, Vietnam & right here in the US to source the most Sustainable, Organic product.  

Adobo

An all-purpose seasoning that contains garlic, oregano, pepper, and other spices; used in Mexican and other Latin American cuisines


Chili Blend

A blend of the spices most commonly found in Latin American cooking, such as ancho chile, paprika, cumin, and Mexican oregano.


Jerk Spice

A spicy Jamaican mixture including red and black pepper, allspice, cinnamon, and thyme


A Persian mix of dried rose petals and spices like cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, nutmeg, cumin; often used in rice and stews.

Advieh


An all-purpose seasoning in Middle Eastern cuisine, typically including black pepper, cumin, cinnamon, and cloves.

Baharat


A fragrant and tangy blend of thyme, sesame seeds, and sumac.

Za'atar


A little of this pungent mix goes a long way, giving dishes a balanced hit of sweet, savory, bitter, and sour.

Chinese Five Spice


A Japanese condiment of toasted sesame seeds ground up with coarse salt. Especially delicious over rice.

Gomasio