Spices

We have made a selection of typical madagascan spices available on this menu.

black pepper grows in plantations on East coast.

Red chilies which are used as an accompaniment in Madagascan traditionl coocking.

Ginger, one of the key ingredient in Madagascan coocking.

Cloves that were very expensive during many centuries and became a "special occasion" used spice like for Christmas.

All spices we sell are coming from local producers and taste can be different given producers.

We also try to propose always from last harvest and limit our stocks.

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Wild black pepper from Madagascar Voatsiperifery

€3.01

Pepper is the most widely used spice in the world.

The wild Voatsiperifery peppercorns from Madagascar are easily recognized by their small tail.

on the flavor side, this pepper is a concentrate of aromas with notes of citrus...

Three peppercorns mix

€1.88

Ideal for grilled meats and fish, the 3-peppercorns mix is a concentrate of Malagasy flavors.

The 3-peppercorns mix  is made with black pepper, white pepper and pink berries.

Kaffir Leaves from Madagascar

€1.14

Kaffir is coming from Indonesia. This citrus fruit is not widely used in France, and is often used to enhance many dishes (sweet or savory).

This is a citrus fruit...

Sesame seeds from Madagascar

€1.48

Sesame is a plant that supports rather welldryness and sandy soils like those in Madagascan plains.

Sesame was imported from Asia into Madagascar by the first...

Seeds of cumin from Madagascar

€1.46

Sambavanilla offer a subtle grain cumin with aromas that will make you travel without leaving your kitchen.

Sambavanilla cumin is available in grain or ground in different packaging.

It will flavor your dishes of...

Grounded cumin from Madagascar

€1.48

Sambavanilla offer a subtle grain cumin with aromas that will make you travel without leaving your kitchen.

Sambavanilla cumin is available in grain or ground in different packaging.

It will flavor your dishes of...

Cinnamon sticks from Madagascar

€1.51

The cinnamon of Madagascar has a low rate of coumarin and contains antioxidants.

It is also called "Ceylon cinnamon"

It is more fragrant than cinnamon from China.

Spice mill

€1.71

Spice mill for peppercorns, spice mixes, coriander, pink berries, voatsiperifery peppercorn.