A relative of the cultivated Waldviertel cumin, this cumin tastes spicy and sweet. It is traditionally used in Oriental and Ayurvedic cooking.
The heavy, full flavour of this cumin takes you away to the fragrant Orient. Its intense, sweet-spicy flavour is complemented by a fresh menthol note and is unique.
Tips & Preparation:
As a part of many spice blends cumin seasons countless dishes of the subcontinent. Cumin is used in the kitchens of South America, the Middle East and North Africa and is well-known for its powerful, heavy, spicy-sweet taste. Hildegard recommends cumin.