The combination of cinnamon, ginger and cumin gives rice a warm touch and tempts your taste buds ! the unique red beets and carrots pieces are a feast for the eyes and the sweet and mild aroma of cumin and cinnamon turns the sweet oriental spices into harmonic blend.
Lemon balm is a herb in the mint family. It has a lemon scents, which have a calming and relaxing effect. Lemon balm contains rosmarinic acid (a chemical compound with antioxidant properties). It has traditionally been used to improve mood and cognitive function.
Fenugreek is “The Curry-energy” especially for Indians,and therefore fenugreek is so popular in the kitchen. The bitter flavor of fenugreek seeds is reminiscent of celery, lovage and Indian spices in curry mix which is served together with chappatis and naan (Indian breads).
Cumin is the most typical spice of Indian cuisine. As a constituent of many spice blends including probably the most popular blend Garam Masala. For the preparation of tandoori dishes and legumes, it is just as essential.
Sonnentor curry hot dominates most of the countless yellow curry blends worldwide. Curry has its origins in India and reflects the incredible diversity of tastes in this country. Yet, curry is further intensified by the sharp portions of fiery hot peppers and ginger.The distinctive spicy sharpness of this spice can be used for a variety of stews including Chinese dishes.
This tea is grown organically at the tea farm located at high pleateaus of Sri Lanka. Hand harvested and naturally fermented to produce a full bodied, smooth, balanced black tea with evoking pepper and earthy notes.