|Also called pimenta, it harbours the flavour of clove,|
cinammon and nutmeg.
|An intensely aromatic, tropical herb used in cooking.|
|Bergamot||Bordeaux (320,000 invest. Development 32,000)||The dried skin of this fruit has a fragrance sweeter|
|Cardamom||Cochin||Cultivated in India and neighbouring lands.|
Expensive as it is difficult to grow.
|The seeds are used as spice and the stalk and leaves|
are eaten raw.
|The fruit of a South American plant with an extremely|
|A spice of Indian origin.|
Particularly palatable with sweet foods such as apples.
|A rare spice originating in South East Asia with a|
distinctively sweet flavour.
Palma (240,000 invest. Development 24,000)
Ceuta (180,000 invest. Development 18,000)
Tunis (180,000 invest. Development 18,000)
|A seed used from Europe to India, often roasted.|
The leaves are used in Chinese cuisine
Alexandria (500,000 invest. Development 50,000)
|A spice used in India and nearby regions.|
Good for softening the smell of meat.
Pondicherry (500,000 invest. Development 50,000)
Calvi (400,000 invest. Development 40,000)
|A strongly aromatic herb used|
widely in Europe.
|Fennel||Nantes (120,000 invest. Development 12,000)||This herb is suitable for fish and the seeds are chewed|
as a breath freshener.
|Garam Masala||*Made by a recipe.||A secret blend of particular Indian spices.|
|A strong scented herb used in Ancient Greece and Egypt.|