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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Celery leaves powder from Madagascar


Celery is harvested for its very aromatic leaves and its root which is eaten as a vegetable.

Usually used to flavor soups, sauces, marinades, mashed vegetables, and goes very well with fish and white meats.

Sarawak whole black peppercorns


Sarawak black pepper is native to Malaysia and more particularly to the north of the island of Borneo in the region known as "Sarawak".
This rare pepper is the fruit of the "piper nigrum" species.
It is very fragrant with an aromatic...

Sichuan Pepper


Sichuan pepper is a false pepper of Asian origin that comes from the hulls of the fruit of the Rutaceae family.
It is also sometimes called Chinese pepper.
Sichuan pepper has a powerful flavor with lemony and light anise notes.

Timut black peppercorns


Timut pepper is native to Nepal where it grows almost wild on the high plateaus.

It is considered a "fake pepper" and is also called "timur berry".


Penja white whole peppercorns


Penja white pepper is, as its name suggests, native to the Penja region in Cameroon where it grows on volcanic land on small farms in harmony with banana crops.


Yuzu zest from Japan


Yuzu is a citrus fruit native to Japan that is the size of an orange and is somewhat similar to lemon and tangerine.

The fruit is rather acidic, but its zest is very fragrant and it is found in many desserts such as macaroons.


Madagascar dried Habanero Peppers


The Habanero pepper is a West Indian pepper that is also called goat pepper in Reunion.

It is very hot and exceeds the level of 100,000 on the Scoville scale, which is twice as strong as bird pepper.

The Habanero pepper is a must...

Java long pepper


Long pepper grows on lianas in the wild in the forests of Indonesia, and particularly on the island of Java.

It is not too spicy and offers a very wide palette of...

Garlic powder Tongologasy from Madagascar


Garlic is a very good food for health with a pronounced taste that enhances the flavors of many culinary preparations.

Sambavanilla garlic powder is guaranteed without preservatives.

You can add it directly to food in your recipes...


Dried mafane flowers from Madagascar


The mafane brede is a plant of the Asteraceae family.

Its culture is widespread in Madagascar where it is part of the composition of the Malagasy national dish, "romazava" which consists of a meat and vegetable broth...