A prominent supplier and exporter of a wide variety of Sri lankan spicy products. We offer a comprehensive variety of cooking spices.
An Island copious in herbs and spices, have made Sri Lankans accustomed to turn to herbal medicine to alleviate many illnesses.
Bringing you the freshness of life, we specialise in fresh fruies. We take lot of measures to monitor and control quality in production.
Fruits are procured from farm checked for quality, then cleaned, packed and shipped. We uplift these by air to destination.
Known as the king of spices, it comes from a climbing vine.
With its excellent quality and rich flavour, black pepper is probably the most used spice on earth. Avilable in powder or whole corns
White pepper consists of the seed of the pepper plant alone, with the darker-colored skin of the pepper fruit removed.
Ground white pepper is often used in cream sauces, Chinese and Thai cuisine.
Cloves are the unopened pink flower buds of the evergreen clove tree.
Cloves have a very hard exterior, their flesh features an oily compound that is essential to their nutritional and flavor profile.
Clove stems are the stems of the Clove plant.
Clove stems from the best plantations in Madagascar, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and has access to a logistics network that is capable of delivering your order of clove stems on time.
Nutmeg prefers cooler climates hence mid country areas of Sri Lanka are ideal for the growth of nutmeg.
Nutmeg and mace are mainly used for culinary purposes to flavor curries and other food products.
The nutmeg is enclosed insode a mottled yellow, edible fruit usually the size of a small peach.
THe basic structure of the nutmeg would appear to be a 25mm lenthy oval which is lightly wrinkled, dark brown on the outside.
A coffee bean is a seed of the coffee plant, and is the source for coffee.
It is the pit inside the red or purple fruit often referred to as a cherry. coffee seeds are a major cash crop, and an important export product.
Betel tree that grows to approximately 1.5m in height
Is widely cultivated in tropical countries India, Bangladesh, Japan, Sri Lanka, south China, the East Indies, the Philippines, & Africa.