Spice Zen Story

 

Spice Zen Story

Spice Zen Story

During our childhood years in India, we saw spices being stone-ground and roasted. We were always awed by the aroma and flavours of freshly-made spices. We wanted to share these flavours with the rest of the world. Hence Spice Zen was born.

Wars were fought over spices for centuries, but Spice Zen has been borne out of love for food and the many health benefits of freshly ground, homemade spices.  We make specialised cold pressed raw juices on special order from customers. These are then placed in sealed packaging to maintain freshness.

We will continue to share new “fresh” products that are different from those in the market. We hope you enjoy them. Do write or call to share your feedback.

 

Preeti & Aditya

 

Spice Zen Difference

At Spice Zen, we believe in the goodness of authentic, traditional, artisanal, fresh products. Which is why we only use Organic, Biodynamic or wild crafted ingredients to bring the best quality to our customers.

 

The bespoke, “fresh” ground spices are produced in a stone-grinding mill when we receive your order. We grind the handcrafted spices ourselves - it is the best way to ensure purity. Our stoneground spices bring traditional artisanal flavours in every speck. 

 

We preserve the essential oils released on grinding by packing our products immediately with an airtight seal in glass jars. We use amber glass jars, to prevent light from affecting the spices.

 

Our "fresh" dry roasted spices, using a traditional technique, offer a delectable range of flavours and aromas.

 

Lastly, our cold pressed, raw juices are packed with goodness in a form that is easily absorbed by the body. They create smooth flavours and are ideal for lattes, teas, juices, salad mixes or stir fry, and even marinades for vegetable and meats.

 

 

Spice Zen’s vision is to “excite the foodie in you” by helping you experiment cooking with herbs and spices and develop the knowledge and confidence to cook with them.

 

Spice Zen’s mission is to
  • Raise inquisitiveness and interest in herbs and spices
  • Erase the perception that adding spices makes the food chilli
  • Make a wide range of herbs and spices a key feature in the Australian pantry
  • Create awareness of how spices can be added to all types of foods, not just curries
  • Cultivate cooking techniques that enhance the aromas, flavours and textures of the spices
  • Educate about the nutritional benefits of herbs and spices
  • Make cooking with herbs and spices trendy.