ALLSPICE WHOLE SEASONING PIMENTO
All spice whole Seasoning Pimento
Jamaican pepper/ Allspice/ Myrtle pepper/ Newspice/ Pimenta/ Clove pepper
Background and Native Countries
Allspice is dried, staled, & half-grown berry of Pimento dioica, a mid-canopy tree native to the Greater Antilles, southern Mexico, and Central America. It is now cultivated in warm regions around the whole globe, but the most refined form of allspice comes from Jamaica.
Cropping and Harvesting
Once the tree reaches three, it starts to bear fruits, which blooms flowers between June & August. Berries are produced briefly after the blooming phase. Once berries are all grown in size, unripe & lush green, it's time to crop them, dry till they turn out dark reddish-brown in color.
Taste and Aroma
Allspice is insanely famous for its spicy taste & aroma. Its flavor is warm & sweetly whiff with the hint of pepper. These tiny little brown berries have a strong scent that gives the impression of the blend of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, black pepper, & clove.
It complements tones of foods because of its sweet & savory flavor. The spice tempting peppery essence makes it a must-have substitute for seasoning of the meat, soap, vegetables, & baked goods possibilies are endless. It is all purpose seasoning in Mexican cuisine.
Benefits and Medical Uses
Allspice has been incorporated in a variety of home remedies. It is enriched with certain vitamins (A, B6, C, Niacin) & minerals (potassium, iron, selenium) essential to maintain a healthy status. It is used to treat conditions such as vomiting, digestive problems, fever, cold, joint pain, tooth & gum ache, muscle ache, & depression, and many more.
If adequately dried & carefully stored in tight-fitting jars, allspice can stay at its best quality for about 3 to 4 years.
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Fantastic product. Full seeds with heaps of scent and flavour. I cannot easily buy this product direct from Jamaica and this is as good a product. I will definitely buy again!!!
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