ID# 26 Allspice Berries Whole (Central America) 1-lb
Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico
Net Wt: 16oz (454g)
approx. 5 cups
Also known as Jamaica pepper, Myrtle pepper, and newspice. Its name comes from its smell, which is reminiscent of a combination of clove, cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg. Central American allspice produces a larger-sized berry than Jamaican allspice,
similar in size to small blueberries. It is suitable for mulling blends,
pickling mixes, potpourri, and crafts (such as pomanders).
may be produced on machinery that packages tree nuts, soy, and dairy items. Our
warehouse stores packaged tree nuts, soy, and dairy items in common
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