Allspice is so named because it tastes like a combination of cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves. It is used in both savory and sweet cooking, specifically in pickling, marinades, chutneys, and fruit desserts. It imparts a warm flavor that is often associated with autumn. The whole allspice berries can be ground in a spice grinder or used whole in herbal tea blends and potpourris. Add a few to your regular peppercorns in a spice grinder for a unique, gourmet taste.
Net Weight 1.41 oz. (40 grams)
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