Each Tin Contains 10 packets of:
Chai Masala: Unlike your normal drive-thru chai, this blend is inspired by Indian street flavors: heavier on the ginger and cardamom, lighter on the cinnamon. Mix it directly in a cup of your favorite black tea to your preferred strength and enjoy! Contains: Ginger, cinnamon, green cardamom, black pepper, clove, and allspice.
Golden Milk: Treat yourself to liquid gold! This tasty turmeric drink is packed with antioxidants and the warm flavors of ginger, nutmeg, and roasted coriander. In a small pot, add 1 teaspoon to 1 cup of milk or dairy-free alternative. Simmer for 3 minutes, sweeten to taste with honey or sugar, and enjoy! Contains: Turmeric, Cinnamon, Ginger, Black pepper, Nutmeg, Roasted Coriander
Pumpkin Pie Spice: It’s fall and that means bring on the pumpkin everything! Our pumpkin pie spice blend is a warm mix of fall flavors that can be effortlessly added to your favorite baked goods. From the obvious, pumpkin pie, to oatmeal cookies, cheesecake, and pumpkin bread. We’ve also heard its pretty good in a latte. Contains: Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Ginger, Mace, Clove
Apple Pie Spice: The name says everything, but apple pie isn’t all you can use this blend of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and cardamom for. Warming and cozy, it would be just as stellar stirred into a summer blackberry jam as it is in classic apple cider doughnuts or steamy hot cider. It’s also a handy pre-made mix to have on hand for sprucing up smoothies, popcorn, or even your mood—this fragrant blend is primed for aromatherapy. Contains: Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Allspice, Ginger, Green Cardamom
Cinnamon Powder: The long, complicated history of cinnamon starts in Sri Lanka (once called Ceylon), where it grew originally before becoming prized around the world as a preservative and medicine—worth so much that it was often traded as a commodity. (Wars were fought over control of the source!) Made from the inner bark of the tropical cinnamon tree, the curled stick is the foundation of both Chinese Five Spice powder and iconic American apple pie.
Nutmeg Powder: The product of an evergreen tree, nutmeg has a rich, woody color and a spicy, tingly flavor when grated. It’s considered part of the warming spice family, along with cinnamon and mace. Native to the Spice Islands of the West Indies, it’s often incorporated into rum drinks, but also punches up rich dishes like mac and cheese or creamed spinach. A bonus? It’s reportedly helpful for reducing inflammation.
Everything Bagel Seasoning: This blend isn’t just for bagels anymore! Add a crunchy, savory kick to your favorite salads and dips. Sprinkle over roasted veggies or grilled tuna steaks to step up your dinner game. Our version of this classic seasoning really is everything. Contains: Poppy Seeds, White Sesame Seeds, Black Sesame Seeds, Garlic, Onion, Salt, Caraway
Green Cardamom Powder: This finely ground green cardamom powder is the easiest, most efficient way to start incorporating the nuanced flavor into shortbread cookies, Scandinavian sweet buns, or meat rubs. Cardamom is often added to coffee in Middle Eastern countries, such as Turkey, adding an extra dose of fragrant sweetness.
Cyprus Flake Salt: This delicate, pyramid-shaped salt hails from the coast of the Mediterranean, where it’s harvested over a years-long process of raking and evaporation in shallow pools, and dried by the sun. That slow burn gives it a shatteringly crisp texture that dissolves cleanly on the tongue. Fittingly, it adds a touch of summery ocean air to everything it touches but is especially well-suited to white fish, roasted vegetables, and delicate lettuces.
Ground Ginger: Sinus-clearing ginger root is famous for its immunity-boosting powers as well as its ability to cleanse the palate and add zing to dense cakes or sauces. Prized by ancient Indian and Chinese cultures, it was used as early as 5,000 years ago as a cure for common ailments like stomach pain. Those early ancestors were onto something, as anyone who’s sipped ginger tea can attest to. The powdered version is a great way to heat up classic American fall dishes, such as pumpkin and apple pie.