Take a trip to a passport of flavors from Italy, Mexico and Haiti! Complex and comforting blends that will warm you up from the inside out. Porcini Paradiso (think stews and soups!), Masa Mole (rich sauces or deeply flavorful rubs for veggies and proteins), and Mama Manje (adds Caribbean flare and medium to high spicy heat... listen to our mixtape from Trinidad born DJ Pelau while you're cooking!)
Check out our blog for some amazing recipes! And may we recommend a taste buds tip? Cut up some root vegetables, drizzle with our Coratina Olive Oil, and coat with any of these three blends. Makes each side dish unique, or together in a chopped salad, a total palate pleaser!
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Porcini Paradiso is an aromatic blend of warming winter flavors, containing the finest dried porcini, warming garlic, herbs and a hint of Calabrian chile. Add a richness to hearty soups, stews, beans, roasted and braised meats throughout the cold winter months, or for a delicious anytime meal, simply sauté with butter and toss with some fresh pasta and a sprinkling of parmesan. Buon appetito!
Masa Mole is a blend of roasted Mexican chiles and warm spices reminiscent of the complex mole sauces found throughout Mexico. A nod to both indigenous chilies and exotic spices, Masa Mole contains Mexican ancho, guajillo and chipotle chilies with cinnamon, allspice, garlic, onion and oregano.
Mama Manje contains a combination of flavors and smells Spice Triber Founder Trent Blodgett experienced each day while spending time in Haiti with the non-profit Every Mother Counts. A combination of the tea they sipped and the seasonings common in every Haitian kitchen, this blend contains ginger, star anise, cinnamon, habanero peppers, onions, peppers thyme and garlic – and is perfect for any meal in need of Caribbean flare.