OPEN WEDNESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY

WED-SAT 9:30 am – 6 pm/ SUN 10 am – 4 pm

CLOSED from MAY 16th to MAY 24th

ย  Online orders placed between May 16th to May 31st will be processed on June 1st. We apologize for the inconvenience.ย 

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We are a spice and culinary shop specializing in fresh spices at great prices. From Aleppo Pepper to Za’atar, we carry a wide range of spices and blends, locally roasted coffees and loose-leaf teas, award-winning smoked meats, 100% grass-fed beef, honey, maple syrup and much more. Our sister store next door, The Kitchen Drawer, carries kitchen gadgets and accessories.

If you like to cook, stop in and spend some time cruising the spice wall, checking out spices you’ve only heard about, or just stop in to drink in the aroma. The vast majority of our products has dedicated scent jars, for customers to take a “noseful” of whatever they fancy, however we momentarily decided to remove them in February 2020 in line with COVID-19 safety measures. We will bring them back as soon as it’s safe again.

We are open Wednesday through Saturday from 9:30 AM to 6 PM, and Sunday from 10 AM to 4 PM.

Claremont Spice Shop Interior

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Looking for a a lil' something to bring your taste buds on a trip where they've never been before? Black cardamom, the lesser-known cousin of the famous green variety, is traditionally dried over open flames, imparting to the pods the smoky flavor that is this spice's main signature, balanced by resinous, minty aromas.
Ideally suited for smoked or braised dishes with a long cooking time that allows its peculiar flavor to fully develop, this spice is a great ace up your sleeve to elevate your flavors on classics like rack of lamb, biryani, and curries. Stop by the store or get it online, we are going to be open until Sunday, and closed between May 16th to May 24th: www.claremontspice.com/shop/cardamom-black-pod/
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Looking for a a lil something to bring your taste buds on a trip where theyve never been before? Black cardamom, the lesser-known cousin of the famous green variety, is traditionally dried over open flames, imparting to the pods the smoky flavor that is this spices main signature, balanced by resinous, minty aromas. 
Ideally suited for smoked or braised dishes with a long cooking time that allows its peculiar flavor to fully develop, this spice is a great ace up your sleeve to elevate your flavors on classics like rack of lamb, biryani, and curries. Stop by the store or get it online, we are going to be open until Sunday, and closed between May 16th to May 24th: https://www.claremontspice.com/shop/cardamom-black-pod/

Please be aware of the parking situation in downtown Claremont during ๐Ÿšง construction season ๐Ÿ›‘.
Parking is available around the corner from us by Ramunto's, CVS, and at the Claremont Parking Garage at 44 Main St, as well as street parking.
You can also call us at 603-542-9050 to place a pick up order, and we'll walk it down for you (payment can be taken over the phone or by check/exact amount at pick up). We are also open Friday/Saturday 9.30am-6pm, and Sundays 10am-4pm - plenty of parking on Sunday, guaranteed ๐Ÿ’ฏ .
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Please be aware of the parking situation in downtown Claremont during ๐Ÿšง construction season ๐Ÿ›‘. 
Parking is available around the corner from us by Ramuntos, CVS, and at the Claremont Parking Garage at 44 Main St, as well as street parking. 
You can also call us at 603-542-9050 to place a pick up order, and well walk it down for you (payment can be taken over the phone or by check/exact amount at pick up). We are also open Friday/Saturday 9.30am-6pm, and Sundays 10am-4pm - plenty of parking on Sunday, guaranteed ๐Ÿ’ฏ .

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Shortest way to walk to the store?

1 week ago
Shawn Walch

Had some deliciousness the other morning!

Toasted sourdough bread with amish butter, fresh goat cheese and pesto topped with pea shoots, a salad of fresh greens topped with bacon crumbles, a side of bacon and a hard hoiled egg.

VegetaBall's Pesto, Sunset Rock Farm chรจvre goat cheese, and North Country Smokehouse bacon were all purchased at Claremont Spice & Dry Goods

Salad mix and the pea shoots are from Winter Street Farm also here in #ClaremontNH

#Sourdough is by Slow Culture Life, LLC which can also be found for sale at the spice shop.

#ShopLocal #BuyLocal #EatLocal
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Had some deliciousness the other morning! 

Toasted sourdough bread with amish butter, fresh goat cheese and pesto topped with pea shoots, a salad of fresh greens topped with bacon crumbles, a side of bacon and a hard hoiled egg. 

VegetaBalls Pesto, Sunset Rock Farm chรจvre goat cheese, and North Country Smokehouse bacon were all purchased at Claremont Spice & Dry Goods 

Salad mix and the pea shoots are from Winter Street Farm also here in #ClaremontNH 

#Sourdough is by Slow Culture Life, LLC which can also be found for sale at the spice shop.

#ShopLocal #BuyLocal #EatLocal

๐Ÿ“ข To all our spice-heads ๐ŸŒถ: the store is going to be closed from May 16th to May 24th, reopening on Wednesday 05/25 with a little blast from the past! Curious? Come see us Memorial Day week: we are going to be open Wed-Sat 9.30 am to 6 pm, and 10 am to 4 pm on Sunday. ... See MoreSee Less

๐Ÿ“ข To all our spice-heads ๐ŸŒถ: the store is going to be closed from May 16th to May 24th, reopening on Wednesday 05/25 with a little blast from the past! Curious? Come see us Memorial Day week: we are going to be open Wed-Sat 9.30 am to 6 pm, and 10 am to 4 pm on Sunday.

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Yay vacation! Guess I'll be popping in to stock up on my faves before you go!

Enjoy! Be safe

Have a good vacation!

2 weeks ago
Shawn Walch

Local food has become more of an interst of mine in the last couple years as well as agriculture and sustainable food production.

Moving forward on the journey towards local/regional food sourcing and creating a more sustainable food system is a challenging task at times. If you just make a concious effort to source even just 1 ingredient of all your meals locally. It would be a huge step in the right direction.

When i cook at home, even if its just for myself, i make a point to use as many locally sourced ingrediants as time, money and season will allow.

Bread is not the best example of this, but I do use King Arthur Baking Company flours, exclusively for the sourdough loaves. They are a regional business for us and pretty local too being in #NorwhichVT

I bake 2-3 times a week here at home and make #Sourdough bread. Simple white loaves with a nice tang and a soft chewy interior.

If you've been in Claremont Spice & Dry Goods , you have probably seen bread for sale by Slow Culture Life, LLC ... Thats the bread I bake ๐Ÿ˜

If I ever have any left over discard etc, it always goes in to my Winter Street Farm compost bucket and help to add lots of microbiology to the compost program there.

Don't just be a component of local food, be a proponent. Advocate for the education and utilization of locally sourced products and services. Go out and see what your community here in #ClaremontNH has to offer.

#EatLocal #ShopLocal #BuyLocal
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Local food has become more of an interst of mine in the last couple years as well as agriculture and sustainable food production.

Moving forward on the journey towards local/regional food sourcing and creating a more sustainable food system is a challenging task at times. If you just make a concious effort to source even just 1 ingredient of all your meals locally. It would be a huge step in the right direction. 

When i cook at home, even if its just for myself, i make a point to use as many locally sourced ingrediants as time, money and season will allow. 

Bread is not the best example of this, but I do use King Arthur Baking Company  flours, exclusively for the sourdough loaves. They are a regional business for us and pretty local too being in #NorwhichVT

I bake 2-3 times a week here at home and make #Sourdough bread. Simple white loaves with a nice tang and a soft chewy interior. 

If youve been in Claremont Spice & Dry Goods , you have probably seen bread for sale by Slow Culture Life, LLC  ... Thats the bread I bake ๐Ÿ˜ 

If I ever have any left over discard etc, it always goes in to my Winter Street Farm  compost bucket and help to add lots of microbiology to the compost program there. 

Dont just be a component of local food, be a proponent. Advocate for the education and utilization of locally sourced products and services. Go out and see what your community here in #ClaremontNH has to offer. 

#EatLocal #ShopLocal #BuyLocal
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People ask us all of the time for recipes using our products. Every new spice and blend that we add to our shelves has been experimented with in our kitchen beforehand, so that we can familiarize ourselves with the tastier ways of using it. Click here for a selection of our favorite recipes!