Native to North Africa, anise is also grown in Madagascar.
The anise seeds are known for their digestive properties. We use them in the preparation of aniseed aperitifs such as Pastis, but also in pastry like gingerbread, or sweets with the famous Anis de Flavigny (burgundy).
The particularly refreshing flavor of anise will brighten your infusions.
You can also incorporate it in the preparation of your jams and it goes very well with the fig, grape or pear.
Finally anise is not only reserved for desserts and it matches well with fish or white meat.