Aniseed harvested from the Mediterranean area is cultivated mainly in Syria, Egypt, Turkey, Italy, Bulgaria, and Spain.
The ancient Egyptians were already familiar with this spice. Imported primarily from East Africa, Madagascar, Indonesia, and Brazil.
This is a typical spice for cakes. The pepper-sized spice is found in Morocco, Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria.
Enjoy the unmistakable flavor of this root. The sap is drained from the root to form ginger root powder which is used for adding a distinct taste. Ginger is primarily imported from India.
The spice is renowned for its reputation as the premier spice of ginger plantations. Cardamon, used for Wafer Lebkuchen, is predominantly sourced from Guatemala, India, and Sri Lanka.
The spice tastes and smells like carnations, nutmeg, cinnamon and pepper - also referred as "all-spice". Sourced mainly from Mexico, West India, and Jamaica.