Citrusy. Warm. Nutty.
Mace may not be as popular as its sister nutmeg, but it's an equally complex and potent spice used for baked goods and savoury dishes. It is considered a rare spice as its harvest quantity is much less compared to the nutmeg seeds.
The golden yellow mace powder can elevate an array of flavours - from cheeses, chocolate, cakes, to soup dishes and stews.
Our mace powder is made from 100% aril - the thin, lacy coating of nutmeg. It is guaranteed pure, so your dishes can shine with its amazingly distinct flavour.
Get Spice Savvy!
- Know more about Mace and its uses on Spiceography.Com
- With the holidays are just around the corner, why not bake goodies as gifts? Check out this Sticky Ginger-bread recipe from BBC Food.Com.