OPEN WEDNESDAY-SATURDAY 9:30am-6pm / SUNDAY 10am-4pm

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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.

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We love supporting our local beekeepers 🍯 like the survival of our whole species depends on the little buzzers 🐝, which is indeed the case, so there you have it! And therefore, since the holidays are approaching, we decided to expand our honey-related inventory to include infused honeys from 1841 Brick Farmhouse and pure beeswax candles from Bees Knees Apiaries. Good for the planet, local, and sweet, what's not to like? ... See MoreSee Less

We love supporting our local beekeepers 🍯 like the survival of our whole species depends on the little buzzers 🐝, which is indeed the case, so there you have it! And therefore, since the holidays are approaching, we decided to expand our honey-related inventory to include infused honeys from 1841 Brick Farmhouse and pure beeswax candles from Bees Knees Apiaries. Good for the planet, local, and sweet, whats not to like?

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Oh crap I wish I'd known that yesterday! See you next week!

Did you know that, other than goat kefir and whey, you can also get goat cheese from our own mini-herd 🐐? Inspired by shanklish, a traditional Middle Eastern dish of goat cheeseballs aged and conserved in olive oil and spices, it doesn't require refrigeration at all. As long as the cheese stays covered in oil, it can just sit on your counter for weeks, even after opening. Eat it as is or roll the balls in spices (we like Aleppo pepper, Za'atar, or Butterfly pea flower) for a super colorful snack! Try it now, as it will only be available during milking season 🥛! ... See MoreSee Less

Did you know that, other than goat kefir and whey, you can also get goat cheese from our own mini-herd 🐐? Inspired by shanklish, a traditional Middle Eastern dish of goat cheeseballs aged and conserved in olive oil and spices, it doesnt require refrigeration at all. As long as the cheese stays covered in oil, it can just sit on your counter for weeks, even after opening. Eat it as is or roll the balls in spices (we like Aleppo pepper, Zaatar, or Butterfly pea flower) for a super colorful snack! Try it now, as it will only be available during milking season 🥛!

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Fandango enjoying a leashed stroll in the neighborhood while being moved from summer pasture to winter pasture.

In the mood for some cheeky chicken 🍗🌶? Then look no further than our new Piri Piri spice blend! From an African chile picked up by the Portuguese that became a UK favorite, Piri Piri chicken is now a worldwide sensation, and for good reason! Spicy, garlicky, and citrusy, this blend is a powerhouse of flavor that will bring your taste buds on a international trip you'll never forget. Use as is, or mix with olive oil and lemon juice for a marinade, you won't be disappointed. Get it in store, or online: www.claremontspice.com/shop/piri-piri-blend/ ... See MoreSee Less

In the mood for some cheeky chicken 🍗🌶? Then look no further than our new Piri Piri spice blend! From an African chile picked up by the Portuguese that became a UK favorite, Piri Piri chicken is now a worldwide sensation, and for good reason! Spicy, garlicky, and citrusy, this blend is a powerhouse of flavor that will bring your taste buds on a international trip youll never forget. Use as is, or mix with olive oil and lemon juice for a marinade, you wont be disappointed. Get it in store, or online: https://www.claremontspice.com/shop/piri-piri-blend/

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Love your Piri Piri!

Thank you for recommendation! Excited to try this soon !

Did you know? The Ko’asek band of the Abenaki tribe is making plans to rebuild a home in Claremont! Our good friend Chief Paul “Gwilawato” Bunnell said he envisions a cultural center and museum on the land, a place to store tribal archives, host classes, and hold the band's annual Pow Wow. We are very excited for this development, and we were honored to share some of our harvest of traditional Abenaki corn with the band at this year’s Solstice celebration. Check out the band's website and progress as they rebuild their home (in the comments 👇)! In the meantime, we have ground up the rest of our Abenaki corn harvest and made a colorful, 100% locally grown cornmeal that is great for cornbread, polenta, and grits alike. Stop by the store to bring all the colors and flavors of New England summer back to your table! ... See MoreSee Less

Did you know? The Ko’asek band of the Abenaki tribe is making plans to rebuild a home in Claremont! Our good friend Chief Paul “Gwilawato” Bunnell said he envisions a cultural center and museum on the land, a place to store tribal archives, host classes, and hold the bands annual Pow Wow. We are very excited for this development, and we were honored to share some of our harvest of traditional Abenaki corn with the band at this year’s Solstice celebration. Check out the bands website and progress as they rebuild their home (in the comments 👇)! In the meantime, we have ground up the rest of our Abenaki corn harvest and made a colorful, 100% locally grown cornmeal that is great for cornbread, polenta, and grits alike. Stop by the store to bring all the colors and flavors of New England summer back to your table!

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Welp, it has been brought to our attention that we misspelled "coarse" as "course" on the label 😅. We will correct later batches and we do apologize. That's what you get for letting the Italian write the labels late at night, but in Chiara's defense, homophones are hard and why do pony and bologna rhyme anyway?

Keep up with the construction process and local events organized by the Ko’asek band of the Abenaki tribe: koasekabenakination.com/our-history/

This is amazing !!!! Welcome to the Ko’asek band!

Oh my Gosh, this is such wonderful, important news!!! ❤️

Love this place !!!!! Owners are so nice

This is wonderful news!!! ❤️

Leslie C. MacPherson, and this land is right down the street from me. It’s almost directly across the street from the hospital!

Susan McGann Eibner

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My tribe! How cool is that!

Great!

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Laurie St Sauveur Wallace

The beautiful garden at Claremont Spice & Dry Goods ... See MoreSee Less

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Thanks Laurie for taking such pretty pics! Skully the Skeleton looks gorgeous in them too!

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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!