Mysterious, haunting, the spices have always been synonymous with incredible journey and adventures. Arab merchants crossed deserts on camels back to bring them from China and India. Christophe Colomb looked for them when he discovered America. For you, we choose our spices from the most beautiful gardens in the world. Follow us!
Harvested in Madagascar from the top of giant trees, a mild but tasty peppercorn, with a strong woody note. Little known, the Voantsy Perifery pepper is a wild pepper growing on high lianas (up to 20 meters above the ground) in the humid tropical forest areas of the island of Madagascar. Its harvesting, by hand by local villagers, proves difficult and...
Mined from the heart of the Himalaya, a precious salt, enriched with minerals and a natural rosy hue. A fossile sea salt from the 3,000-meter high Himalayan plateau. The pink salt sedimented in the Mesozoic era and nourished by magma infiltrations when the Himalayan mountains