Allspice berries, whole (pimento)


Allspice is a small dried berry native to Jamaica that boasts a flavor reminiscent of a combination of nutmeg, cinnamon and cloves. You can grind the whole berry to use in baking, dry rubs, and curries, or use it whole for wet marinades, pickling and brining, and for mulled wine and cider.

1 ounce net weight.


While often mistakenly believed to be a combination of different spices, allspice is a small dried berry that boasts a flavor reminiscent of nutmeg, cinnamon and cloves, hence the name. While it is produced in many countries throughout the world, Jamaica is the largest producer and Jamaican allspice is known for its premium quality due to a higher level of essential oils within the plant. Allspice is extremely versatile and can be used in both sweet and savory recipes, due to its multi-faceted and intense flavor. While ground allspice is used as in ingredient in baking, dried rubs, and curries, whole berries can be used in stews and soups, for pickling and brining, for wet marinades, and as an ingredient in mulled cider or wine. Ground allspice also loses its fragrance faster that the whole berry, so you can also buy it whole and grind it with a mortar and pestle when
a recipe calls for ground allspice. Naturally vegan and gluten-free.

1 ounce net weight.

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