$ 2.50 CAD
Aniseed is a warm liquorice-tasting seed that is harvested from an annual plant with flat, feathery leaves and white, late summer blooming flower heads. Not to be confused with star anise, which is harvested from a tree that is native to China. Aniseed is native to the Middle East and the Romans used it in little cakes that they ate at the end of their banquets.
How to Use:
Aniseed is traditionally used with vegetables that can be indigestible such as cabbage, onion, cucumber, carrot, turnip and beetroot. Aniseed is used to flavour many alcoholic drinks such as pernod, Greek ouzo and mastikha, anesone from Italy and the French drink, pasti. It can also be used in cakes and other cooking.
No known allergens.
May contain traces of allergens due to possible cross-contamination.
Store in an air tight container in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight.
Up to 12 months when stored as above. See best before date.