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Allspice, Ground

$17.28

Allspice, Whole

$12.20

Anise Seed

$18.89

Out Of Stock

Annatto Seed

$17.99

Black Pepper, Coarse

$10.99 - $38.99

Black Pepper, Extra Coarse

$15.99 - $53.99

Caraway Seed

$11.86

Cardamom, Ground

$59.99

Cardamom, Whole

$34.99

Celery Seed

$9.15

Out Of Stock

Chia Seed

$26.99

Out Of Stock
Out Of Stock

Cinnamon, Ground

$12.99

Clove, Ground

$7.99 - $33.21

Clove, Whole

$30.72

Coriander, Whole

$7.45

Cumin Seed

$10.08

Cumin, Ground

$12.99

Dill Seed

$9.15

Fennel Ground

$9.99

Out Of Stock

Fennel Pollen

$32.99

Fennel Seed

$9.50

Fenugreek

$11.02

Garam Masala

$16.99

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Our name isn’t Spiceology for nothing. After all, spices are our passion and our inspiration. We take pride in helping you create memorable meals, using nothing but the best ingredients. That’s why we offer such a large selection of premium, quality spices that will complement any dish, no matter what you’re making. There are 72 different kinds of spices and flavors to choose from. Trust us when we say, when it comes to flavor, fresh matters.

Spiceology offers the most common and popular spices that are staples in kitchens all over the world. Common flavors like, celery seed and chia seed, clove, coriander, cumin seed and ginger root powder… just to name a few. If ground cinnamon is what you’re after, then stop right here. At Spiceology, we offer four different kinds. Sticks and the ground variety of Ceylon Cinnamon, we also have Batavia Cinnamon, which is the Indonesian variety and then there’s regular, plain ole’ ground cinnamon for the traditionalists. No matter which one you choose, you won’t be disappointed by the level of quality. 

That’s what’s so great about Spiceology, we don’t just offer one spice, in one variety – we give you choices.  For instance, our collection contains eight different kinds of peppercorns. We carry 4 Mix, Black, White, Green, Pink (yes…we’re still talking about peppercorns) Szechuan, Tellicherry, and Smoked. The same can be said for sesame seeds. It’s something so simple, yet we offer three different types. Where else can you find that kind of variety? 

Spices are an important part of cooking, they add rich flavor, and research now suggests they also contribute to your wellness. Like fruits and vegetables, spices offer several important health benefits, providing anti-oxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties. So, do your health and your kitchen a favor by adding some spices to your basket today.