Introducing Quatre Epices - Discover the remarkable variety of flavours in Quatre Epices - an enticing aromatic French spice mix that dates back to the 17th century. All-natural, salt-free and vegan. Whether you're cooking, baking, or cocktail making, you can depend on Quatre Epices for its diversity, warmth, and woody notes. This blend has highlights of nutmeg and allspice, adding distinct depth to popular dishes.
Endless culinary adventures - Try classics like roast ham, chicken liver parfait, and casseroles for savoury inspiration. For natural sweetness, add to porridge, sweet bakes, and desserts - this blend pairs beautifully with apples, rhubarb and orange fruits. Customers have also remarked that this exquisite mixture is the perfect complement to a spiced coffee (freshly ground whole beans), mulled wine or hot spiced cider.
At Cameler Spice Co., we take pride in milling and blending our spices in-house. We do our utmost to use the freshest cooking spices within one year from field to jar. Our main objective is to minimize our supply chain by sourcing ingredients directly from regenerative farms. Indulge in the rich flavours of Quatre Epices for up to two years, meticulously handwritten on the lid for a personal touch.
- per 100g
- Energy 1606kJ/386kcal
- Fat 17g of which Saturates 8.3g
- Carbohydrate 39g of which Sugars 31g
- Protein 6.1g
- Salt 0.24g
Weight 26g / 0.95 oz ℮
Comes in an attractive 60ml dark amber, food safe, stackable glass jar with an aluminium lid.
- Low sodium
- No additives
- No added sugar
- No preservatives
Some of our blends will be gluten free, but it is important to note that some spices and herbs naturally contain gluten.
It is also important to note that these have been packaged in a facility that handles, stores, and processes tree nuts and celery. This product may contain traces of celery, gluten, mustard, sesame, soy and nuts.
AllspiceSometimes known as Jamaica Pepper or Pimento, it is considered native to Jamaica. Documented by Christopher Columbus after the 2nd voyage to the 'New World', Europeans gave it the name because of its flavour familiarity to many spices. High in Vitamin C, it is a good aid for gut health.
NutmegNutmeg and Mace come from the same tree. Cultivated for over a 1,000 years, it has an abundance of powerful antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. The island of Grenada features a nutmeg on its flag due to it being its main export albeit Indonesia is the largest producer.
CinnamonA native to China, it is from the inner bark of several tree species. Dating back to 3,000BC in Chinese herbalism, this ancient spice is considered the highest of all antioxidant herbs. Rich in Potassium it may lower blood sugar levels with people who suffer from diabetes.