Everything you need for you spice cabinet.
The gift pack comes with all 8 spices, our brochure and our new recipe post cards.
Fire Coral Blackening Spice (NEW) – This unique, full-flavor blend of paprikas,cayenne pepper, and New Mexican Hatch chili is Cajun with a hint of the Caribbean. It’s perfect for pan-blackened or grilled shrimp, fish, chicken, and meats or providing a kick to soups and sauces.
Black Rose – Developed as a prime rib rub, it is amazing on steaks, pork ribs, tuna and salmon. It also gives tuna, egg and potato salads a great little zip. Try it in your holiday deviled eggs!
Bordeaux Mountain – Named after the mountain on St. John. Mixed with olive oil, it is perfect as a marinade for meat or mixed with lemon juice and Dijon mustard to use as vinaigrette. Also great on sautéed mushrooms, smoked salmon, goat cheese, pork and duck.
Condado Adobo – Based on the classic adobos of the Spanish Caribbean. It is a unique blend of roasted garlic, cumin and coriander, as well as Mediterranean and New World oregano. The intensely fresh turmeric (Alleppey), gives a golden aromatic finish to grilled fish, chicken and vegetables. It's also great with all things avocado.
Jamaican Irie – A balanced mild blend of pimiento (Jamaican Allspice berries), smoked Alderwood salt, black peppercorns, granulated molasses and orange zest. Do as the Taino Indians have done for centuries and use it as a rub or marinade. A natural on sweet potatoes, pumpkin or acorn squash
Primavera – This springtime celebration uses elderflower, chamomile, lavender and lemon thyme for floral honeysuckle notes, as well as Grains of Paradise and lemon zest for a pungent, peppery taste. It makes a great marinade for fish, seafood chicken or grilled vegetables.
Quintana Roo – Designed to capture the culinary essence of the eastern Caribbean side of the Yucatan peninsula it is perfect jump start for soups, beans and sauces, or a rub with oil on fish or chicken.
Trini Curry – Inspired by the East Indian & West Indian cuisine that came together in Trinidad. Perfect as a rub on chicken and seafood, on potatoes, or in a curry sauce.
Make sure you check our cookbook for all our recipes!