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Morton & Bassett - Clearly What Spices Should Be!

The difference that you can see... and smell... and taste. We work long and hard to seek out the best quality, most flavorful spices in the world. In fact, the difference in quality is so pronounced that you can easily see the difference in side by side comparisons. But more importantly, you and your family will enjoy the better smells and tastes in the foods that you prepare. Browse through the comparisons that follow and you'll see what we are talking about. You'll know why we are gaining many loyal customers every day.

Star Anise

We use top quality, flavorful and fragrant whole Star Anise. In fact our supplier sends us the best whole Star Anise on the market. Then before we put it in our jars, we visually inspect every piece and reject the ones that are not up to our standards.


Cloves

We love the rich, sweet, spicy flavor of cloves and we have a source with exceptional quality. Notice the rich, reddish color. When you open the jar, the clove scent is incredible. Mmmmm.


Juniper Berries

The first thing we noticed when we found these juniper berries was that they almost looked like we just picked them. They are all richly colored and richly flavored.


Peppercorns - Rainbow

It is always surprising tasting the different types of "pepperiness" from black, green, pink and white peppercorns. They each have their distinct flavor and we love the combination of these flavors all together, not to mention the visual appeal! Importantly, the green, pink, and white peppercorns are much more expensive than the traditional black peppercorns and we don't skimp.


Tarragon

That soft, delicious herb which adds that magical flavor to many dishes, especially chicken or fish. Our larger leaves have been carefully dried to best preserve their flavor and color. And the larger leaves tend to keep the flavor longer vs. if they were more finely ground.