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Aniseed 1kg

Category: Spices

Anise (Pimpinella anisum L.) is an herbaceous plant belonging to the family of the Umbelliferae (Apiaceae).

Originally from the East, it grows spontaneously on stony soils and is cultivated throughout Europe.

Black pepper in grains 1kg

Category: Spices

Black pepper (Piper nigrum L.) is a plant of the Piperaceae family, cultivated for its fruits, which are then dried to be used as spices. The same fruit, through different processing procedures, is used to produce white pepper, black pepper and green pepper.
The plant is native to southern India and is cultivated extensively both in India and in tropical countries. The ripe fruit looks like a dark red berry, has a diameter of about five millimeters and contains only one seed.

Cina calissaia 1kg

Category: Spices

The Cinchona calisaya, or China calisaia, is an arboreal plant of the genus Cinchona, widespread originally in the Andes and known for use in the pharmacopoeia of the alkaloids present in the cortex. That of C. calisaya was known as Peruvian bark and was used until the early decades of the twentieth century for the extraction of quinine, a substance used in the prevention of malaria.

Cinnamon 1kg

Category: Spices

Cinnamon is a spice available both in powdered form and in small cylinders of dried bark (called cannelli).


Cloves 1kg

Category: Spices

Cloves are called the dried still-closed buds of the "Eugenia caryophyllata", a tree native to the Moluccas (Indonesia), but nowadays cultivated in many tropical areas: Antilles, East Africa, China and Zanzibar, a small island in the Indian Ocean, which is the world's biggest producer of this spice.

DeCapua preparations for liqueurs

Category: De Capua

Preparations for Liqueurs

Alkermes, Banana, Coffee, Cherry, Rum, Cocoa, Lemon, Strawberry, Millefiori, Nocino, Orogiallo, Sambuca

Fennel seeds 1kg

Category: Spices

Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare Mill.) Is a Mediterranean herbaceous plant of the Apiaceae family (Umbelliferae).
Known since ancient times for its aromatic properties, its horticultural cultivation seems to date back to 1500.

Ground black pepper 1kg

Category: Spices

Black pepper (Piper nigrum L.) is a plant of the Piperaceae family, cultivated for its fruits, which are then dried to be used as spices. The same fruit, through different processing procedures, is used to produce white pepper, black pepper and green pepper.