The Spice Lab Ground Allspice - Pimento - Kosher Gluten-Free All Natural - 5044
- WHOLE ALLSPICE BERRIES: The Spice Lab's Whole Allspice is perfect for pickling and for seasoning Caribbean cuisine. In the United States, it's most commonly used to season desserts, but it is also responsible for giving Cincinnati-style chili its distinctive aroma and flavor. It's also delicious in Middle Eastern and Palestinian cuisines.
- ALLSPICE FLAVOR: Sweet and warm, allspice tastes like a combination of cinnamon spice, cloves spice and nutmeg spice - a flavor that actually comes from the Jamaica pimento (the dried unripe fruit of Pimenta dioica). It's that special ingredient in apple pie, Jamaican rubs and jerk chicken that adds sweet, rich flavor.
- ALL NATURAL WHOLE SPICES: Use our premium Whole Allspice in stews, meats, curries and preserves. Allspice is also perfect for baking. Ground allspice is a necessary ingredient in Caribbean jerk seasoning and in many Middle Eastern dishes. It also adds sweetness to some brine seasonings, and it's perfect for mulled wine.
- PREMIUM QUALITY APPLE PIE SPICE: Packed in our SQF-certified facility in Pompano Beach, FL, our Whole Allspice is all-natural, non-GMO, gluten-free and kosher.
Whether you're looking for that special ingredient for Middle Eastern blends, Jamaican jerk seasoning or Cincinnati Chili, The Spice Lab has your all-natural flavor in our premium Whole Allspice. Sweet and warm, it tastes like organic cinnamon, clove and nutmeg ground together - a flavor that actually comes from the Jamaican Pimento (the dried unripe fruit of Pimenta dioica), also know as the Myrtle Pepper. It's the special ingredient in Cincinnati chili recipes that adds a sweet, rich flavor. This pure, simple seasoning consists of ground organic allspice, a necessary ingredient in many Caribbean and Middle Eastern dishes. It also adds a sweet depth to some brine seasonings, and it's perfect for mulled wine, spiced cider, stews, meats, baking and preserves. It's also an excellent pickling spice for sweet pickles. in the USA, it is mostly used in desserts.