Isvaari Whole Cloves,100g

3.753.55 /gm

SKU: CFIV1039 Categories: ,
Weight 100 g

Veg- NonVeg


Bullet Points:

  1. Cloves are a pungent spice found in savory dishes, desserts, and drinks. Ground or whole cloves flavor meat, sauces, and rice dishes.
  2. Cloves have long been used in home remedies to treat for toothache pain
  3. Use Isvaari whole cloves in slow-cooked and simmered dishes. Be sure to remove them before serving
  4. Sustainably grown handpicked cloves with a strong aroma and distinct taste.
  5. Cloves are a great source of vitamins including Vitamin C and calcium, plus they contain “healthy” fatty acids like omega-3.

Country Of Origin: India



Isvaari carefully curates and offers you divine gifts from Mother Nature that are a distinct produce of India. These products are sustainably grown and sourced, ensuring that farmers get the just rewards for their toils.Isvaari Brings You Malabar’s Fairtrade Whole Cloves. Cloves are a spice made from the flower buds of an evergreen tree called, appropriately enough, the clove tree (Syzygium aromaticum). Clove flower buds are harvested in their immature state and then dried. Whole cloves are shaped like a small, reddish-brown spike, usually around 1 centimeter in length, with a bulbous top. Cloves can be used whole or ground, and they have a very strong, pungent flavor and aroma. Cloves are a pungent warm spice with an intense flavor and aroma. The flavor comes from the compound eugenol. On the tongue, you’ll detect sweetness, bitterness, and astringency (drying the mouth), with a noticeable amount of heat. Some people find the flavor of cloves overwhelming and choose to leave this spice out entirely. Whole or ground cloves are used to flavor sauces, soups and rice dishes, notably a number of traditional Indian dishes, and it’s one of the components of garam masala. Whole cloves are either removed before serving or picked out of the dish. Even when cooked, whole cloves have a very hard, woody texture that would be unpleasant to bite into. Cloves are often used along with cinnamon and nutmeg in sweet dishes, especially “pumpkin pie” flavored items for the autumn and winter holidays, and in drinks such as mulled wine, cider, or chai.

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